Daily Grind

Thousands of dead bunker fish that washed up on the shores of the Shinnecock Canal last month are still a threat, according to Suffolk health officials.
As bays and estuaries rapidly cool at this time of year, sea turtles are often left stunned and can die if not helped.
A benefit for Dave Giacone, a musician who has been unable to work since being injured in a car accident in August, happens on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at the Stephen Talkhouse.
Sightings of one or more humpback whales in New York and New Jersey waters have led the Coast Guard to warn boaters to reduce their speed and steer clear if they do spot one.
The Springs School is collecting gently used coats, hats, scarves, and gloves for its annual outerwear exchange, which has been a cold-weather tradition for about 10 years at the school
Michael Collins is one of two Long Islanders to be honored by the Nassau-Suffolk H.I.V. Health Services Planning Council on Dec. 2.
The East Hampton Lions and MuvStrong, a gym in East Hampton, have come together in an attempt to gather at least 135 pints of blood during a blood drive at the American Legion on Monday.
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