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What's new this past week on East Hampton Patch.

East Hampton Patch keeps on growin'. We want to welcome our new users and readers each week.


The following businesses and organizations' listings were claimed recently. You can claim yours too and enjoy more control over your page. .


This week, we welcome new blogger , the director of , an East Hampton-based domestic violence advocacy group. We are so happy to have a member of such an important organization in our community blogging on the site. I'm sure you'll find his blogs informative and they will serve as a constant reminder that if you or someone you know is in need, The Retreat is just a phone call away.

In his first post, he wrote about overcoming the stereotypes of domestic violence. "For thousands of residents of Eastern Long Island, this other visage—shared equally by the very affluent, ‘working ’ middle class residents, and the many who live here in pockets of economic despair that crisscross the landscape—is the battered face struggling for survival amidst epic and escalating domestic violence, sexual abuse, dating violence, and family violence."

If you're a new reader or business and want to be highlighted in this weekly round-up, email Taylor.Vecsey@patch.com.

rita April 13, 2012 at 12:12 AM
i am not receiving east hampton patch anymore...don't know why...i love patch my e mail address is ritaineh@mindspring.com please send me patch
rita April 13, 2012 at 12:13 AM
please send me patch and alerts i have not been receiving them...rita wasserman
Taylor K. Vecsey April 13, 2012 at 12:18 AM
Rita, will make sure of it!


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