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Christ Episcopal Church In Sag Harbor Receives A Christmas Gift Of Art

Two contemporary artworks, “Pale Male” and “Nail This,” by the artist Roz Dimon, which have been on display for several months at Christ Episcopal Church in Sag Harbor, have been purchased and given to the church by parishioners Lyn and E.T. Williams.

Former Sag Harbor Family Raises Funds For Daughter Fighting Neurological Disorder

Former Sag Harbor Family Raises Funds For Daughter Fighting Neurological Disorder

East End Hospice Offers Advice On Navigating Grief, Finding Hope Throughout The Holidays

East End Hospice Offers Advice On Navigating Grief, Finding Hope Throughout The Holidays

Need A Little Christmas? Sweet Adelines Sing A Capella And Al Fresco Saturday

Need A Little Christmas? Sweet Adelines Sing A Capella And Al Fresco Saturday

A Permanent Home For CMEE in Riverside Moves Ahead With Grant Money In Place

Southampton Town officials announced a $120,000 grant award that will be used to provide space in the town-owned facility on Flanders Road for the Children’s Museum of the East End.

East End YIMBY To Rally On Saturday For More Affordable Housing

Housing is a basic human necessity. But on the East End, housing is fast becoming a luxury reserved for the privileged few.

‘Tick, Tick… Boom!’ Explores Sag Harbor Man’s Friendship with Jonathan Larson

On the first Monday in November, a small group of friends gathered in Sag Harbor’s Oakland Cemetery just as the last glimmer of sunlight was fading and true dusk was setting in. They brought with them candles, food and beverages for an impromptu celebration of the Mexican holiday of Día de los Muertos, also known as the Day of the Dead. Among those honored was Jonathan Larson, composer, playwright and creator of the hit Broadway musical “Rent" and "Tick, Tick... Boom!" which has just been released as a film directed by Lin-Manuel Miranda.

Services Announced for Chris “Mac” McErlean

Chris "Mac" McErlean, who lived in Flanders but grew up in Sag Harbor with deep roots in the community, died suddenly at work on...

Project Purple Shines Light On Pancreatic Cancer

To shine a light on pancreatic cancer and remember those lost, Project Purple lit up four East End locations purple last week — the World War Memorial in Agawam Park and the Windmill Lane Firehouse in Southampton, the North Sea Firehouse, and the Bridgehampton Fire Department — in an effort to raise awareness for the third-leading cause of cancer-related deaths that has no early detection or cure.

Bridgehampton And Hampton Bays Communities Mourn Loss Of Zbigniew ‘Ziggy’ Lutrzykowski

Bridgehampton And Hampton Bays Communities Mourn Loss Of Zbigniew 'Ziggy' Lutrzykowski

Bruce Winchell Is Keynote Speaker At Sag Harbor Veterans Day Observance

Veterans were accompanied by members of the American Legion’s Women’s Auxiliary and local scouts as a small crowd of onlookers applauded from the sidewalks on a perfect Autumn morning.

French D-Day History Buff Pays Homage By Tracing The Things Soldiers Left Behind

French D-Day History Buff Pays Homage By Tracing The Things Soldiers Left Behind

Want to get Greener? Join the CREW

Last month in my column on hope and its evil twin sister, hopelessness, I put forth that the onus was on corporations and government to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. But while we’re waiting for those lollygaggers at the UN Climate Summit in Glasgow, Scotland to get their act together, we can cut carbon emissions right here at home.

East Hampton Resident Will Run With A Purpose In First New York City Marathon

East Hampton Resident Will Run With A Purpose In First New York City Marathon

Another Grim Opening Of Scallop Season After Third Massive Summer Die-Off

Predictions that the opening of the 2021 bay scallop season would be met with a paucity of the cherished shellfish proved painfully accurate this week as the few baymen and recreational harvesters who ventured out on Monday found essentially nothing to harvest.

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Sag Harbor Village Board Adopts Zoning Code For Waterfront

After nearly a year-and-a-half of debate that was at times rancorous and which contributed to the tone of last year’s bitterly contested mayoral race, the Sag Harbor Village Board on Tuesday adopted a streamlined version of a Waterfront Overlay District that is intended to rein in development along the village’s most valuable asset.