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Re-Opening the Ponquogue Bridge

In the hamlet of Hampton Bays on Long Island’s south shore, a 2812-foot-long bridge spans the Shinnecock Bay. This bridge is made of concrete,...

Diving in the Hamptons Draws Divers to Historical Ponquogue Bridge

Honestly who wouldn’t want to live in the Hamptons – the name itself evokes images of palatial homes, majestic staircases, cavernous fireplaces, stone walls reaching the cathedral ceilings, and bear rugs accentuating the décor. Located on eastern Long Island’s South Fork, in New York, is a tiny slice of paradise some 30-odd miles; marked by a string of seaside communities and enveloped by long stretches of beach, interior farmlands, towns and villages with 18th century shingle buildings, and estates all hidden behind well-groomed boxwood hedges. New Yorkers know how to pack a lot into small places. The differences among these villages are slim, hence they are collectively known as “the Hamptons”. The Hamptons are made up of a number of unique neighborhoods or ‘hamlets’ beginning with Southampton, Bridgehampton, Sagaponack, Sag Harbor, East Hampton, Amangansett, Westhampton, and Montauk to name a few.
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