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april 23

Father Alex Karloutsos and Father Constantine Lazarakis of the Dormition of the Virgin Mary Greek Orthodox Church of the Hamptons, and their families, along with a few other members of the South Fork community, attended the White House’s annual Greek Independence Day celebration, an event commemorating Greek and American democracy. The holiday falls every year on March 25, but the White House celebration takes place when the president can make room in his schedule. At the ceremony, President Barack Obama met with Archbishop Demetrios of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America.

april 2

After more than two decades of silence, the bell of the Hamptons United Methodist Church tolled once again, filling the air of Southampton Village with its music, just days after a long-awaited restoration project was completed. Pastor Adrian Garcia and Herbert Sequeira are shown in the bell tower.

march 12

The State Department of Environmental Conservation released a revised mute swan management plan after negative reaction to the original plan, which sought to eliminate all mute swans on Long Island by 2025. Later in 2015, the governor vetoed the new plan.

november 11

Surfers held a paddle-out on a Montauk beach in November to protest the Downtown Montauk Emergency Stabilization Project.

January 29

A strong nor’easter hit the East End, bringing 60-mph winds and nearly 24 hours of blizzard conditions. It also left behind more than 2 feet of snow across much of the South Fork and as much as 30 inches in some places by the time it cleared out. Main Street in Southampton Village was closed for a day.

november 5

Jay Schneiderman will take over the top job in Southampton Town come January, after beating his Republican opponent, Richard Yastrzemski, for the town supervisor’s seat on Tuesday.

may 21

Commemorating the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II in April, Southampton resident Chet Yastrzemski, center, stood at a memorial in Torgau, Germany, as he watched the three flags that comprise the monument ascend their respective poles. The raising of the German, Russian and American flags proved to be an emotional event for the veteran, as he remembered his fellow soldiers, along with those who fought for the German and Russian armies during that war—memories that have lived on for seven decades. Mr. Yastrzemski, who fought with the 69th Infantry Division as a combat solider, was instrumental in helping establish three monuments in Germany throughout the 1980s and 1990s that memorialize soldiers from those three countries who lost their lives.

april 23

Father Alex Karloutsos and Father Constantine Lazarakis of the Dormition of the Virgin Mary Greek Orthodox Church of the Hamptons, and their families, along with a few other members of the South Fork community, attended the White House’s annual Greek Independence Day celebration, an event commemorating Greek and American democracy. The holiday falls every year on March 25, but the White House celebration takes place when the president can make room in his schedule. At the ceremony, President Barack Obama met with Archbishop Demetrios of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America.

april 2

After more than two decades of silence, the bell of the Hamptons United Methodist Church tolled once again, filling the air of Southampton Village with its music, just days after a long-awaited restoration project was completed. Pastor Adrian Garcia and Herbert Sequeira are shown in the bell tower.

march 12

The State Department of Environmental Conservation released a revised mute swan management plan after negative reaction to the original plan, which sought to eliminate all mute swans on Long Island by 2025. Later in 2015, the governor vetoed the new plan.

november 11

Surfers held a paddle-out on a Montauk beach in November to protest the Downtown Montauk Emergency Stabilization Project.

January 29

A strong nor’easter hit the East End, bringing 60-mph winds and nearly 24 hours of blizzard conditions. It also left behind more than 2 feet of snow across much of the South Fork and as much as 30 inches in some places by the time it cleared out. Main Street in Southampton Village was closed for a day.

november 5

Jay Schneiderman will take over the top job in Southampton Town come January, after beating his Republican opponent, Richard Yastrzemski, for the town supervisor’s seat on Tuesday.

may 21

Commemorating the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II in April, Southampton resident Chet Yastrzemski, center, stood at a memorial in Torgau, Germany, as he watched the three flags that comprise the monument ascend their respective poles. The raising of the German, Russian and American flags proved to be an emotional event for the veteran, as he remembered his fellow soldiers, along with those who fought for the German and Russian armies during that war—memories that have lived on for seven decades. Mr. Yastrzemski, who fought with the 69th Infantry Division as a combat solider, was instrumental in helping establish three monuments in Germany throughout the 1980s and 1990s that memorialize soldiers from those three countries who lost their lives.

april 23

Father Alex Karloutsos and Father Constantine Lazarakis of the Dormition of the Virgin Mary Greek Orthodox Church of the Hamptons, and their families, along with a few other members of the South Fork community, attended the White House’s annual Greek Independence Day celebration, an event commemorating Greek and American democracy. The holiday falls every year on March 25, but the White House celebration takes place when the president can make room in his schedule. At the ceremony, President Barack Obama met with Archbishop Demetrios of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America.

april 2

After more than two decades of silence, the bell of the Hamptons United Methodist Church tolled once again, filling the air of Southampton Village with its music, just days after a long-awaited restoration project was completed. Pastor Adrian Garcia and Herbert Sequeira are shown in the bell tower.

march 12

The State Department of Environmental Conservation released a revised mute swan management plan after negative reaction to the original plan, which sought to eliminate all mute swans on Long Island by 2025. Later in 2015, the governor vetoed the new plan.

november 11

Surfers held a paddle-out on a Montauk beach in November to protest the Downtown Montauk Emergency Stabilization Project.

January 29

A strong nor’easter hit the East End, bringing 60-mph winds and nearly 24 hours of blizzard conditions. It also left behind more than 2 feet of snow across much of the South Fork and as much as 30 inches in some places by the time it cleared out. Main Street in Southampton Village was closed for a day.

november 5

Jay Schneiderman will take over the top job in Southampton Town come January, after beating his Republican opponent, Richard Yastrzemski, for the town supervisor’s seat on Tuesday.

may 21

Commemorating the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II in April, Southampton resident Chet Yastrzemski, center, stood at a memorial in Torgau, Germany, as he watched the three flags that comprise the monument ascend their respective poles. The raising of the German, Russian and American flags proved to be an emotional event for the veteran, as he remembered his fellow soldiers, along with those who fought for the German and Russian armies during that war—memories that have lived on for seven decades. Mr. Yastrzemski, who fought with the 69th Infantry Division as a combat solider, was instrumental in helping establish three monuments in Germany throughout the 1980s and 1990s that memorialize soldiers from those three countries who lost their lives.

april 23

Father Alex Karloutsos and Father Constantine Lazarakis of the Dormition of the Virgin Mary Greek Orthodox Church of the Hamptons, and their families, along with a few other members of the South Fork community, attended the White House’s annual Greek Independence Day celebration, an event commemorating Greek and American democracy. The holiday falls every year on March 25, but the White House celebration takes place when the president can make room in his schedule. At the ceremony, President Barack Obama met with Archbishop Demetrios of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America.

april 2

After more than two decades of silence, the bell of the Hamptons United Methodist Church tolled once again, filling the air of Southampton Village with its music, just days after a long-awaited restoration project was completed. Pastor Adrian Garcia and Herbert Sequeira are shown in the bell tower.

march 12

The State Department of Environmental Conservation released a revised mute swan management plan after negative reaction to the original plan, which sought to eliminate all mute swans on Long Island by 2025. Later in 2015, the governor vetoed the new plan.

november 11

Surfers held a paddle-out on a Montauk beach in November to protest the Downtown Montauk Emergency Stabilization Project.

January 29

A strong nor’easter hit the East End, bringing 60-mph winds and nearly 24 hours of blizzard conditions. It also left behind more than 2 feet of snow across much of the South Fork and as much as 30 inches in some places by the time it cleared out. Main Street in Southampton Village was closed for a day.

november 5

Jay Schneiderman will take over the top job in Southampton Town come January, after beating his Republican opponent, Richard Yastrzemski, for the town supervisor’s seat on Tuesday.

may 21

Commemorating the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II in April, Southampton resident Chet Yastrzemski, center, stood at a memorial in Torgau, Germany, as he watched the three flags that comprise the monument ascend their respective poles. The raising of the German, Russian and American flags proved to be an emotional event for the veteran, as he remembered his fellow soldiers, along with those who fought for the German and Russian armies during that war—memories that have lived on for seven decades. Mr. Yastrzemski, who fought with the 69th Infantry Division as a combat solider, was instrumental in helping establish three monuments in Germany throughout the 1980s and 1990s that memorialize soldiers from those three countries who lost their lives.

april 23

Father Alex Karloutsos and Father Constantine Lazarakis of the Dormition of the Virgin Mary Greek Orthodox Church of the Hamptons, and their families, along with a few other members of the South Fork community, attended the White House’s annual Greek Independence Day celebration, an event commemorating Greek and American democracy. The holiday falls every year on March 25, but the White House celebration takes place when the president can make room in his schedule. At the ceremony, President Barack Obama met with Archbishop Demetrios of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America.

april 2

After more than two decades of silence, the bell of the Hamptons United Methodist Church tolled once again, filling the air of Southampton Village with its music, just days after a long-awaited restoration project was completed. Pastor Adrian Garcia and Herbert Sequeira are shown in the bell tower.

march 12

The State Department of Environmental Conservation released a revised mute swan management plan after negative reaction to the original plan, which sought to eliminate all mute swans on Long Island by 2025. Later in 2015, the governor vetoed the new plan.

november 11

Surfers held a paddle-out on a Montauk beach in November to protest the Downtown Montauk Emergency Stabilization Project.

January 29

A strong nor’easter hit the East End, bringing 60-mph winds and nearly 24 hours of blizzard conditions. It also left behind more than 2 feet of snow across much of the South Fork and as much as 30 inches in some places by the time it cleared out. Main Street in Southampton Village was closed for a day.

november 5

Jay Schneiderman will take over the top job in Southampton Town come January, after beating his Republican opponent, Richard Yastrzemski, for the town supervisor’s seat on Tuesday.

may 21

Commemorating the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II in April, Southampton resident Chet Yastrzemski, center, stood at a memorial in Torgau, Germany, as he watched the three flags that comprise the monument ascend their respective poles. The raising of the German, Russian and American flags proved to be an emotional event for the veteran, as he remembered his fellow soldiers, along with those who fought for the German and Russian armies during that war—memories that have lived on for seven decades. Mr. Yastrzemski, who fought with the 69th Infantry Division as a combat solider, was instrumental in helping establish three monuments in Germany throughout the 1980s and 1990s that memorialize soldiers from those three countries who lost their lives.

april 23

Father Alex Karloutsos and Father Constantine Lazarakis of the Dormition of the Virgin Mary Greek Orthodox Church of the Hamptons, and their families, along with a few other members of the South Fork community, attended the White House’s annual Greek Independence Day celebration, an event commemorating Greek and American democracy. The holiday falls every year on March 25, but the White House celebration takes place when the president can make room in his schedule. At the ceremony, President Barack Obama met with Archbishop Demetrios of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America.

april 2

After more than two decades of silence, the bell of the Hamptons United Methodist Church tolled once again, filling the air of Southampton Village with its music, just days after a long-awaited restoration project was completed. Pastor Adrian Garcia and Herbert Sequeira are shown in the bell tower.

march 12

The State Department of Environmental Conservation released a revised mute swan management plan after negative reaction to the original plan, which sought to eliminate all mute swans on Long Island by 2025. Later in 2015, the governor vetoed the new plan.

november 11

Surfers held a paddle-out on a Montauk beach in November to protest the Downtown Montauk Emergency Stabilization Project.

January 29

A strong nor’easter hit the East End, bringing 60-mph winds and nearly 24 hours of blizzard conditions. It also left behind more than 2 feet of snow across much of the South Fork and as much as 30 inches in some places by the time it cleared out. Main Street in Southampton Village was closed for a day.

november 5

Jay Schneiderman will take over the top job in Southampton Town come January, after beating his Republican opponent, Richard Yastrzemski, for the town supervisor’s seat on Tuesday.

may 21

Commemorating the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II in April, Southampton resident Chet Yastrzemski, center, stood at a memorial in Torgau, Germany, as he watched the three flags that comprise the monument ascend their respective poles. The raising of the German, Russian and American flags proved to be an emotional event for the veteran, as he remembered his fellow soldiers, along with those who fought for the German and Russian armies during that war—memories that have lived on for seven decades. Mr. Yastrzemski, who fought with the 69th Infantry Division as a combat solider, was instrumental in helping establish three monuments in Germany throughout the 1980s and 1990s that memorialize soldiers from those three countries who lost their lives.

april 23

Father Alex Karloutsos and Father Constantine Lazarakis of the Dormition of the Virgin Mary Greek Orthodox Church of the Hamptons, and their families, along with a few other members of the South Fork community, attended the White House’s annual Greek Independence Day celebration, an event commemorating Greek and American democracy. The holiday falls every year on March 25, but the White House celebration takes place when the president can make room in his schedule. At the ceremony, President Barack Obama met with Archbishop Demetrios of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America.

april 2

After more than two decades of silence, the bell of the Hamptons United Methodist Church tolled once again, filling the air of Southampton Village with its music, just days after a long-awaited restoration project was completed. Pastor Adrian Garcia and Herbert Sequeira are shown in the bell tower.

march 12

The State Department of Environmental Conservation released a revised mute swan management plan after negative reaction to the original plan, which sought to eliminate all mute swans on Long Island by 2025. Later in 2015, the governor vetoed the new plan.

november 11

Surfers held a paddle-out on a Montauk beach in November to protest the Downtown Montauk Emergency Stabilization Project.

January 29

A strong nor’easter hit the East End, bringing 60-mph winds and nearly 24 hours of blizzard conditions. It also left behind more than 2 feet of snow across much of the South Fork and as much as 30 inches in some places by the time it cleared out. Main Street in Southampton Village was closed for a day.

november 5

Jay Schneiderman will take over the top job in Southampton Town come January, after beating his Republican opponent, Richard Yastrzemski, for the town supervisor’s seat on Tuesday.

may 21

Commemorating the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II in April, Southampton resident Chet Yastrzemski, center, stood at a memorial in Torgau, Germany, as he watched the three flags that comprise the monument ascend their respective poles. The raising of the German, Russian and American flags proved to be an emotional event for the veteran, as he remembered his fellow soldiers, along with those who fought for the German and Russian armies during that war—memories that have lived on for seven decades. Mr. Yastrzemski, who fought with the 69th Infantry Division as a combat solider, was instrumental in helping establish three monuments in Germany throughout the 1980s and 1990s that memorialize soldiers from those three countries who lost their lives.

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