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Hamptons Rentals Could Soon Be Limited Due To Rowdiness Complaints

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August 30, 2013
People share shots of vodka to celebrate during a party.

Long Island officials in the Hamptons are considering a proposal that could put restrictions on summertime Hamptons rentals.
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Toxic Rust Tide Returns To Long Island’s South Shore Bays

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August 26, 2013
Rust tide caused by Cochlodinium in the Peconic Estuary, 2012 (photo courtesy of Bill Portlock).

A toxic algae known as "rust tide" has been detected in the Shinnecock, Flanders and Peconic Bays for the 10th year in a row.
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Holiday Show “White Christmas” Returns to LI

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December 8, 2012
patchogue Theater

Gateway’s holiday show a White Christmas reunion, LI homecoming at the Patchogue Theater.
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Is Local Government Going To ‘Crush’ The Long Island Wine Industry?

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August 23, 2010
Is Local Government Going To ‘Crush’ The Long Island Wine Industry?

On the one hand, the outlook for the Long Island wine region has never been better. Unfortunately, there is now growing pressure for Southold and Riverhead towns to adopt new rules that would severely restrict winery events, removing a crucial source of revenue, particularly in the current economic climate.
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Red Tide Rampant South Shore of Long Island – Earlier and Worse Than Ever Before!

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August 20, 2010
Red Tide Rampant South Shore of Long Island – Earlier and Worse Than Ever Before!

Red tide, an algae bloom toxic to shellfish and fin fish, is already rampant in the waters off the South Fork of Long Island, having reappeared for the sixth year in a row and over a month earlier than years past, according to Stony Brook Southampton professor Dr. Chris Gobler and Peconic Baykeeper Kevin...
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Would You Eat this Lobster? Lobster Dieoffs Linked to Chemicals in Plastics

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August 11, 2010
Would You Eat this Lobster? Lobster Dieoffs Linked to Chemicals in Plastics

Waterborne chemicals leached from plastics and detergents, including bisphenol A (BPA), may have contributed to significant lobster die-offs in the waters of Long Island Sound over the last decade, researchers say.
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Moriches Community Center Receives $500 Grant from Local Agent Hero

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August 10, 2010
Moriches Community Center Receives $500 Grant from Local Agent Hero

Allstate agency owner Mark Danowski was recently named an Agent Hero by Allstate Insurance Company’s New York Region, and awarded a $500 grant for a local youth program.
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Toxic Munitions Dumping Sites off our Shores

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August 10, 2010
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Most people don't know that the U.S. military has used the ocean as a trashcan for munitions for decades. The Army has examined only a few of its 26 dump zones and none in the past 30 years.
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Task Rabbit – Life is busy they can help

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August 5, 2010
Task Rabbit – Life is busy they can help

Is your life busy? Leave the work to TaskRabbit. TaskRabbit is a new website that allows users to list small jobs or tasks online for runners to complete for a small price. The website is best used for small Goodwill drop-offs, IKEA furniture assembly, airport rides, grocery runs and tons more other tasks.
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The Wineries of the North Fork of Long Island

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July 22, 2010
The Wineries of the North Fork of Long Island

There are so many wonderful wineries here on Long Island. The North Fork Wine Club presents this fun video of the North Fork Wineries, Long Island Wines, New York Vineyards and North Fork Wine.
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