For her many contributions to Sag Harbor, the Partnership will honor Ms. Barry with its 2018 Community Service Award on October 21 at a celebration at Baron’s Cove.
Which one would you choose to live in: a tiny house with 350 square feet, or a 20-room mansion from the Gilded Age?
John Anderson and Charles “Chuck” Neuman were honored on Tuesday, September 18, by Suffolk County Legislator Bridget Fleming and New York State Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele Jr.
The lyricist Ira Gasman, who lived for many years on Partridge Drive in Sag Harbor and contributed columns to The Sag Harbor Express, died October 6 of heart failure. At age 76, he had lived his dream to write for Broadway.
The Friends of the Library is a nonprofit organization that exists to support the John Jermain Memorial Library in its efforts to serve all of Sag Harbor — young and old, every race and religion, and everyone in between. But right now, the Friends need to make a few more “friends.”
You can’t have a sign that says “Sag Harbor” without both the “Sag” and the “Harbor,” and thanks to a joint restoration effort, the Sag Harbor Cinema Arts Center will have both parts of its iconic neon “Sag Harbor” sign back when it finishes rebuilding the historic cinema.
The Parks and Recreation Association of Sag Harbor has announced that Tuesday, October 9, will be the start date to build a new playground and that the work will take six weeks.
With perfect weather conditions setting the stage for the eithth annual Sag Harbor American Music Festival, event organizers said it was the most successful festival to date.
Stony Brook Southampton Hospital’s Center for Parkinson’s Disease launched a new Dance for Parkinson’s program this past summer with the help of community collaborator, the Hampton Ballet Theatre School in Bridgehampton.
Murf's Backstreet Tavern, the local Sag Harbor watering hole known for its friendly bartenders, popular dartboard, ring toss game, jukebox and late-night last calls, has been sold for $3.1 million.
Heather Kilpatrick, 72, died on the morning of Thursday, September 20 in the Sag Harbor home she has shared with her husband, Stephen Byers, after a long battle with Alzheimer’s disease.
Denise Koegel (née Theinert), 64, of Merrick, passed away on September 10, 2018, at Mercy Hospital in Rockville Centre after a brief illness.
Staff members from ARF, as the shelter is known on the South Fork, returned Sunday from their second trip to hurricane-soaked Horry County, South Carolina, with 27 dogs displaced by the natural disaster. On their first trip last week, they rescued 25.
Jeri Moomaw, the founder and executive director of Innovations Human Trafficking Collaborative, based in Olympia, Washington, will be a presenter during two events this week at Stony Brook Southampton aimed at eliminating human trafficking.
Denise F. Keane, the recently retired general counsel of the Altria Group, Inc., is leading an effort on the East End to launch an organization she is calling S.A.G.E. East End, for Sustainable Actions for Gender Equality. Its first public event will be a “mix and mingle” in Sag Harbor on Saturday.