ABOUT US

The Sag Harbor Express is an award winning weekly newspaper that has served the South Fork of Long Island since 1859, covering the news and events of the towns of East Hampton and Southampton as well as the communities of North Haven and Noyac, and of course, the beautiful and historic Village of Sag Harbor. In April of 2014, and again in 2016 and 2017, the New York Press Association named The Express its “Newspaper of the Year” among all community newspapers in New York State.

In addition, The Express publishes a series of monthly magazines under the banner of The Express Magazine, focusing on year-round lifestyles choices on the North and South Forks of Long Island.

Online at www.sagharborexpress.com, The Sag Harbor Express delivers community and social news, sports, opinion and arts and entertainment to a growing audience with an investment in their community, a commitment to the education of their children and a devotion to preserving a way of life that is the envy of many. The site also features The Express Magazine content and incorporates user-based social media networking.

ABOUT OUR MARKET

At the heart of the Hamptons is Sag Harbor, a world-renowned port village welcoming ships and visitors from across the globe to enjoy a vibrant year-round community, shops along a historic Main Street and some of the finest dining on the East End. Sag Harbor’s narrow streets are lined with one of the greatest collections of 18th and 19th century homes in the country, and the village and its surrounding communities served by The Sag Harbor Express —from Sag Harbor to Bridgehampton and Northwest to North Sea, East Hampton and Southampton — boast some of the highest household incomes in America.

Sag Harbor today is changing rapidly with new development bringing even greater wealth and sophistication to the village. The Sag Harbor Express aims to serve this new community as well as those that have called Sag Harbor home for generations.

Latest article

Town Weighs Moratorium as it Explores Bridgehampton Historic District

From the Topping Rose House, the 1910 Founders Monument and the 1842 Nathaniel Rogers house on the east to the Methodist Church and the 1825 Gurdon Corwith house on the west, more than a score of buildings and sites dating from the early 19th century to the early 20th century continue to define downtown Bridgehampton.

Town Official Details Recycling Programs for Noyac Civic Council

Noyac residents threw out question after question about trash and recycling on Tuesday to a Southampton Town official, who described the situation as overwhelming.

Auditor to Sag Harbor Schools: Tighten Controls, Segregate Duties

An auditing firm charged with reviewing the Sag Harbor School District’s operations has recommended a series of improvements.