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July 30, 2014: A true icon of race engineering - the streamlined structure and breathtaking looks of the D-Type make it one of the most beautiful competition cars ever produced and Salon Prive are thrilled to be celebrating the 60th anniversary of this spectacular car with a specially dedicated class within the Chubb Insurance Concours d'Elegance.
Shawn Christman, a chef at the Crow's Nest Inn and Restaurant in Montauk, taught children in grades three through eight about local and organic foods at the Springs School as part of the I Grow summer program, an offshoot of Project Most sponsored by the Levitt Foundation.
In Roslyn Heights slow moving maintenance vehicle. two lanes closed on The L.I.E./I-495 EB between x37/Willis Ave and x38/The Northern State Pkwy .
This past Monday, The Bridgehampton Citizen's Advisory Committee, invited Bridgehampton's Postmaster, Michael Robinson, to address the problem of junk mail disposal at the hamlet's post office as well as discussing the subdivision of Ross School lands in Bridgehampton, and traffic patterns in the hamlet.
The Peconic Land Trust has been dedicated to preserving the natural lands and working farms on the East End for over 30 years.
Southampton Town is looking to install warning lights at what many say is a dangerous crosswalk on Bridgehampton's Main Street.
After months of grumbling, hand-wringing and even a pair of protest marches, Bridgehampton residents' fears that CVS Pharmacy would try to shoehorn a store into the busiest corner in the hamlet took a step closer to being realized this week.
For 84 years, Richard G. Hendrickson has checked the thermometers twice a day, measured the rain gauge if there was precipitation, checked the snow height in winter and reported the wind and cloud cover at the family's farm in Bridgehampton.
Richard Hendrickson, 101, demonstrates Monday how he collects temperature and precipitation data for the U.S. National Weather Service at his home in Bridgehampton, N.Y. Hendrickson will be honored today as the agency's longest-serving volunteer, having been a weather data collector for 84 years.
If you love delicious homemade, locally-sourced food why not attend the Slow Food East End "Snail Supper," Friday night beginning at 6 p.m. in Southampton? The Snail Supper is an improvisation on the pot luck supper formula: Everyone attending is asked to bring a covered dish that serves six to eight people as well as whatever beverage they would ... (more)
To an outsider, it might seem to be a circuitous route that brought the Reverend Rose Livingston to the Sag Harbor United Methodist Church, where this month she took over for Pastor Tom McLeod who moved to the North Fork at the end of June.
Richard G. Hendrickson, a volunteer United States Cooperative weather observer since 1930, will be honored by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration for his longstanding service on Sunday at the National Weather Service's weather forecast office in Upton.
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