Archive | January, 2014

A Path to Long Term Wellness at Core Dynamics

Posted on 30 January 2014

From all outside appearances, Core Dynamics is a gym. It has all the familiar equipment: machines, weights, mats. It has members who sign up for monthly memberships and come to work out at their own pace. But the thing that makes Core Dynamics different from your standard gym is its focus on empowering people to learn how to work out in the way that is right for them. You don’t just join and do what you’ve always done, necessarily.

Business Briefs: Marathon Benefits Hospital

Posted on 30 January 2014

Marathon Benefits Hospital

Hamptons Marathon organizers presented Southampton Hospital with a donation of $30,000 representing a portion of the proceeds from their 7th annual marathon and half marathon, which took place in East Hampton on Saturday, September 28, 2013. Hamptons Marathon has been supporting the hospital since 2008, with annual increases that attest to the event’s growing popularity. In 2014, an inaugural Bridgehampton Half Marathon will be held May 10, with the Hamptons Marathon and Half Marathon to follow on September 27. More information can be found at bridgehamptonhalf.com and hamptonsmarathon.com. (l. to r.) Robert Ross, Vice President Community & Government Relations, Southampton Hospital; Diane Weinberger and Amanda Moszkowski, Hamptons Marathon; and Robert S. Chaloner, President and CEO, Southampton Hospital.

Sag Harbor Students Plea to Save Their Prom

Posted on 30 January 2014

Speakers at the podium at Sag Harbor school board meetings are generally thrifty community members or concerned parents; rarely do students appear to express their views — except, of course, when the prom is threatened.

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Sag Harbor Pre-K’s Success Leads to Program Growth

Posted on 30 January 2014

Now in its fourth year, the Sag Harbor School District Pre-K program has seen tremendous growth — and hopes to expand further.

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Southampton Town Proposes Political Party Ban for Committee Members

Posted on 30 January 2014

Hoping to stem what she sees as unbalanced Republican influence, Southampton Town Councilwoman Bridget Fleming has again sponsored legislation to bar members of a political committee from also serving on the town’s land use boards.

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Sag Harbor School District Announces Preliminary Budget for Buildings and Grounds, Athletics

Posted on 30 January 2014

With no audience members but a captive board of education, on Monday Sag Harbor School District administrators presented an update on the athletics and buildings and grounds portions of the district budget for the 2014-2015 school year.

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Sag Harbor Man Pleads Guilty to July DWI Accident on Route 114

Posted on 30 January 2014

A Sag Harbor man pled guilty Tuesday to charges that while driving drunk last July, he caused a collision that seriously injured a six-year-old boy, the Suffolk County District Attorney’s office said in a press release.

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Aquaponic Farming, Rooftop Garden Proposed for Sag Harbor’s Page at 63 Main

Posted on 30 January 2014

Hoping to join the growing farm-to-table food movement on the East End, Page at 63 Main has proposed a greenhouse that would employ aquaponic farming and a rooftop garden to enable the restaurant to grow its vegetables on site.

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Bridgehampton CAC Debates Future of CVS

Posted on 29 January 2014

Word of a possible CVS store coming to Bridgehampton was a hot topic of discussion at the Bridgehampton CAC meeting Monday night. While some in attendance expressed support for a new pharmacy in the area, no one present wants to see it located at the hamlet’s busiest and most notorious intersection — the corner where Lumber Lane, Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Turnpike and Montauk Highway all meet.

Jonathan McCann

Posted on 29 January 2014

The president of the board of the Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation (SASF) who talks about the shelter’s new veterinary mobile clinic, a van that will travel throughout the state to communities where low income pet owners are in need of spay and neutering services.