Health

Stony Brook Southampton Hosts Flu Shot Clinic

Stony Brook Southampton Hospital held its annual flu shot clinic in Parrish Memorial Hall on Wednesday, October 10. Nurses and medical residents administered vaccines to 312 adults throughout the day.

A SoulJourn with Charity

For the past 15 years, Charity Joy Robinson, who leads classes at Wölffer Estate Vineyard in Sagaponack, has brought her signature “Joy of Movement” classes to 25 countries. But her upcoming fall “SoulJourn” to the Caribbean is unlike anything she has created before.

Stony Brook Southampton Hospital Recognizes Pride Month

Stony Brook Southampton Hospital’s Diversity Leadership Council, led by Chief Administrative Officer Robert Chaloner, raised the rainbow flag outside the hospital’s main entrance on Wednesday, June 20, to recognize Pride Month.

Open Minded Organics Growing Hemp, Making CBD Oil

After a yearlong application process, Mr. Falkowski’s Bridgehampton farm received a state license to grow industrial hemp at an undisclosed location and process and sell CBD oil as a therapeutic dietary supplement.

A Breath of Fresh Air with Essential Oils

Kristen Gaudioso, a holistic life coach base in Wading River, has found essential oils to be an empowering tool in taking charge of life’s imbalances.

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Hampton Bays Man Arrested For Christmas Murder; Second Suspect Still At Large

Dominick Parisi, 57, was arrested Sunday, January 16, at a home in Hampton Bays after a three-week investigation by Southampton Town Police and Suffolk County Police Department homicide detectives.

Governor Hochul Signs Open Meetings Law Sponsored By Thiele

The law, which was supported by the Association of Towns, the New York Conference of Mayors and the New York State School Boards Association, is intended to help safeguard public health during the ongoing pandemic, and continue the practice of holding meetings using Zoom and other video conferencing technology that has become ubiquitous since March 2020.