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Shinnecock Officials Take Bloomberg To Task Over Critical Comments Made At Forum

Shinnecock Nation officials took former presidential candidate and New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg to task this weekend for comments he made at a Native American Sovereignty forum in Oklahoma City on Friday.

Sag Harbor Clergy Bear Witness at Border

On Thursday, February 27, at 6 p.m., members of the local clergy convened at Sag Harbor’s Christ Episcopal Church to discuss their recent experiences at the U.S.-Mexico border. The small panel consisted of Reverend Karen Ann Campbell, rector of the Christ Episcopal Church; Rabbi Daniel Geffen of Temple Adas Israel; and minister Kimberly Quinn Johnson of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the South Fork.

Remembering Thomas Horn Sr., Sag Harbor’s Longest Serving Fireman

Summertime visitors to Sag Harbor might have thought Thomas W. Horn Sr. lived in the old firehouse next to the Municipal Building on Main Street. After all, he treated the open bay, where he sat behind a card table most evenings chatting with passersby and selling raffle tickets to benefit his pet project, the Sag Harbor Fire Department Museum, as though it was his own front porch. This week, that firehouse is adorned with purple and black bunting as a memorial to Mr. Horn, a 69-year veteran of the department, who died on February 25 at the age of 90 after a short stay at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital, his family said. When he died, his five surviving children were at his bedside.

Laser Light Show To Highlight 10th Annual HarborFrost in Sag Harbor on Saturday

The Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce will host its annual HarborFrost celebration on Saturday, February 29, from 1 to 6 p.m. in and around Sag Harbor with a new laser drone show highlighting a day full of activity.

Remembering Tom Horn Sr.

Thomas Horn Sr., the oldest member of the Sag Harbor Volunteer Fire Department, died Tuesday night. "It is with deep regret that the Sag Harbor...

Spirited Siblings Open Sagaponack Farm Distillery Tasting Room

Spirited Siblings Open Sagaponack Farm Distillery Tasting Room

B. Smith Remembered As Shrewd Businesswoman, Compassionate Friend, Approachable Neighbor

B. Smith, owner of namesake restaurants in New York and Sag Harbor, model, and author died Saturday. She was 70 and had suffered early-onset Alzheimer’s disease.

Get Your Tap On!

Hayground School and the Bridgehampton Child Care & Recreational Center will present “Tap Dancin’ is Music,” a 45-minute demonstration and performance by renowned tap artist Omar Edwards at 4 p.m. on Monday, February 24.

Legendary Editor, Alice Mayhew, Dies at 87

The legion of legendary editors who earned fierce loyalty from some of the top authors in the United States was diminished last week by the death of Alice Mayhew. She died on February 4 at 87 at her apartment in Manhattan.

Director Bill Morrison To Present Dawson City Film In Sag Harbor

The film, which will be shown at 2 p.m. on Sunday at the Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor, gives viewers a glimpse of what the films consisted of, as well as what Dawson City was like during the early 1900s.

Christ Church Earns $100,000 Grant for Community Cafe

In many ways, Rev. Campbell said, the grant funding does indeed feel like “a gift from God.” The Moody Foundation, which has operated for over 75 years, largely funds only projects and programs that benefit communities in Texas, with over 4,000 grants awarded totaling $1.7 billion.

Sale Of WPPB To New York PBS Stations Is Completed; Local Programming To Continue

Sale Of WPPB To New York PBS Stations Is Completed

Finish Line In Sight for Bridgehampton Pedestrian Safety Improvements

The ongoing state-funded effort to improve pedestrian safety in Bridgehampton is nearing completion, with new lighted crosswalk, sidewalk, handicapped ramp and concrete work from the monument at Ocean Road west to Butter Lane nearly complete.

Nada Barry: The Feeling of Belonging ‘Home’

The Wharf Shop is a Sag Harbor gem that many of us have counted on for more than 50 years and standing behind all of that inspiration and hard work is Nada Barry, the owner and proprietor of this lovely establishment.

Free Screening Of The Film ‘Just Mercy’

A free screening of “Just Mercy” will be held on Saturday, January 18, at 1 p.m. at the Regal Theater on Main Street in East Hampton. The screening is presented in partnership with the Hayground School and the Bridgehampton Child Care & Recreational Center.

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And Dave Driscoll Makes It Seven, In Growing East Hampton Village Election Scrum

On Saturday, Village Trustee and mayoral candidate Arthur Graham announced that he will now be running in tandem with a new candidate, David Driscoll, who will join a now four-way race for one of two trustee seats that will be on the ballot.