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  • Mitt Romney’s South Fork whirlwind fund-raising trip to the South Fork brought protesters to properties in East Hampton and Southampton on Sunday.
  • Thought to be extinct in the state, a thriving colony of nine-spotted ladybugs was found last summer at Quail Hill Farm
  • A Sag Harbor law covering special events on village waterways was unanimously amended after a public hearing on Tuesday by the village board.
  • As of yesterday, several groups were planning demonstrations near the Meadow Lane, Southampton, residence of Julia and David Koch, where a $50,000-a-plate ($75,000 per couple) dinner is set to begin at 5 p.m.
  • With an unadvertised “soft opening” last Thursday, Jim Ryan saw an increase in passengers each day. By Sunday, over 400 passengers had ridden aboard the Peconic Bay Water Jitney.
  • The Fourth of July may be officially over, but the fireworks celebrations continue.
  •     Local support was visible at Whole Foods’ new location in Wainscott last week, with the names of farms and local vendors whose produce the chain is selling  displayed indoors, and the vendors themselves setting up in the parking lot of the former Ford dealership on Montauk Highway.

  •     With death threats a part of her weekly routine at the clinic she runs in New York City, Merle Hoffman has been fighting a passionate, perilous battle since the early 1970s.

  • South Fork food producers have been invited to sell their wares at the pop-up Wainscott market.
  •    At the Whalebone Creative, Jesse James Joeckel’s silk-screen shop on Tuthill Road in Montauk, the mood is decidedly laid-back. He works on his hand-sketched and stenciled designs “when it makes sense,” he said, taking a break to swim or fish in Fort Pond Bay behind the shop but sometimes staying open until 10:30 at night.

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