Mr. Ferraris, 50, was honored for that commitment to Sag Harbor on Sunday evening at Baron’s Cove by the Sag Harbor Partnership, which gave the Main Street business owner and former village mayor its fourth annual Community Service Award.
The news story was brief but above the fold at the top of page one of the February 1, 1945 edition of The Sag Harbor Express. The words “Killed In Action” appeared above a one-column photograph of a soldier posing in his Army greens, under which appeared the name “Edward Olszewski.”
For Bill Pickens, 83, of Ninevah Place in Sag Harbor, Veterans Day is all about remembering his aunt, Harriet Ida Pickens, who “made American history,” he’ll tell you, as the first black person of any gender to serve as an officer in the U.S. Navy.
Beginning with a ribbon cutting to be hosted by curator Paul Gerecke right after the annual Sag Harbor Veterans Day Parade on Monday, November 11, the Sag Harbor American Legion's new military history exhibition room will be open to the public free of charge on a limited basis.
Canio's owners prepare the 20th anniversary celebration of their ownership on Saturday evening at the bookstore.
Three years after the Sag Harbor Cinema, a vital, if at times under frequented center of the village’s cultural life, was badly damaged by fire, the new Sag Harbor Cinema Arts Center that will take its place is coming into sharper focus.
Sag Harbor native Gregory N. Ferraris has been selected to receive the fourth annual Community Service Award from the Sag Harbor Partnership.
Sag Harbor voters overwhelmingly approved a $3.092 million budget for 2020 for the John Jermain Memorial Library, 231-35, on Thursday night. In addition to the...
Krupski Farms has always been helmed by multiple generations. Suffolk County Legislator Al Krupski, who still farms quite a bit, and his wife, Mary, whose children think of her as the brains behind the operation, and their three children are responsible for what makes it to the farm stand today.
Pierson High School in Sag Harbor will celebrate Homecoming this weekend with a slate of events for students, parents, alumni and the community at large.
Embracing the natural beauty surrounding Shinnecock Bay, Adventure Paddleboards and Kayaks owner Cherryl Bradley endeavors to get people on the water from morning through sunset, exploring the bay, practicing yoga, and all around good, safe fun.
Any story about the 100th anniversary of Sag Harbor’s Chelberg & Battle Post 388 of the American Legion would have to be packed with names if the goal is to give credit where credit is due for the organization’s longevity, which will be celebrated by the membership at a dinner at the Legion Hall on Tuesday, September 17. So many local men and women made the post a landmark in their lives — and an integral part of the Sag Harbors community — that there’s just one way to do them all justice: publish a thick commemorative journal chock full of photos and text marking the post’s first century. The Legion has done just that. More than a year in the planning and preparation, the 182-page, spiral-bound book was put together by Legion members Robert Doty, who edited it, and Deborah Guerin, who handled the Herculean task of assembling its hundreds of historic photos; and David Nimz, a friend of the Legion with career writing experience whom Mr. Doty asked to handle the more-than-30-page historical narrative of that appears in the book.
The John Jermain Memorial Library Board of Trustees will host a budget hearing and trustee forum on Monday, September 16, in advance of a...
What do the stars hold for the year 2020? Curious? Come to the Sag Harbor Whaling and Historical Museum at 2 p.m. on Sunday, September 15 for an in depth presentation by local astrologer Kate Plumb.
Sag HarborFest will return for its 56thyear this weekend — Saturday, September 7 and Sunday, September 8. Featuring the Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce’s...