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Sag Harbor Community Coalition Tries To Curb Underage Drinking

author on Jan 29, 2013
Alcohol is a popular drug for Sag Harbor teenagers—the results of the most recent New York State Youth Development survey says they drink more than their peers in Suffolk County... more

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