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Sag Harbor Native & Meteorologist Returns for Hurricane Talk

Climate scientists are saying July is on track to be the warmest month ever recorded on Earth due to record-breaking global temperatures. That means storms like hurricanes can be more intense and destructive when they make landfall. “That will be such a monumental record broken,” said Sag Harbor native and NBC Meteorologist Chris Gloninger, who will speak about The Great New England Hurricane of 1938 on Friday, July 26, at 5 p.m. at the Annie Cooper Boyd House in Sag Harbor. “This is something that is encompassing the entire planet.”

Date Night, Dancehampton Style

For all the parents out there, Anita Boyer and Joe Pallister have date night under control.

Celebrated Journalist and Writer Lucette Lagnado Dies at 62

Lucette Lagnado, an award-winning author and longtime journalist at The Wall Street Journal, died on Wednesday, July 10, in New York.

Gold Star Families Will Be Honored in ‘Salute to Service’

JoAnn Lyles, the mother of U.S. Marine Lance Corporal Jordan C. Haerter, who was killed in combat in 2008, was surprised by an invitation to partake in one of this year’s “Salute to Service” NFL games.

SANS Communities Added to National Register of Historic Places

The National Park Service on July 10 officially added the SANS neighborhood of Sag Harbor — the three historically African-American adjacent communities on the east side of the village called Sag Harbor Hills, Azurest and Ninevah — to the National Register of Historic Places, completing a process that community volunteers, led by Renee Simons, launched in 2016.

Sag Harbor Interdependence Walk Takes Place Sunday

On Sunday, large crowds gathered in Sag Harbor to participate in the town’s second annual Interdependence Walk.

Old Meets New with Sag Harbor House Tour

The Sag Harbor House Tour on Friday, July 19, offers a walk through Sag Harbor history, from the Revolutionary War era to today.

OLA Hosts Gathering in Sag Harbor in Support of Immigrants

At the Christ Episcopal Church in Sag Harbor on July 3, Organización Latino-Americana of Eastern Long Island, or OLA—a nonprofit Latino advocacy agency—hosted a gathering to encourage community members to act locally to support immigrants right here.

Sag Harbor Historical Society To Host Gala Event on Friday

Sag Harbor Historical Society will hold what newly elected president Nancy French Achenbach called “probably the biggest fundraiser we’ve ever given” on Friday, July 5.

Independence Day Means Fireworks Abound

The Sag Harbor Yacht Club will sponsor the John A. Ward Independence Day Fireworks on Saturday, July 6, at approximately 9:30 p.m.

Rabbi Dan Geffen Celebrates 5 Years at Temple Adas Israel

“Being a rabbi is imprinted in his DNA,” said his wife, LuAnne “Lu” Geffen, who is also a Jewish educator and serves as the director of community engagement at Temple Adas Israel. “It’s been so a part of his milieu his entire life.”

Jesuit Ring Found in Garden Of Sylvester Manor Suggests Native American Habitation

Armed with shovels, trowels and screens, a team of researchers led by Dr. Stephen Mrozowski from the University of Massachusetts Boston last month began...

Lucille Claire Covell, 90

Lucille Claire Covell, formerly of Bridgehampton, died June 29, 2019, in hospice care in Florida.

One Final Morning Program

The Pierson High School senior graduating class of 2019 was presented to the students, faculty, family and friends at the Sag Harbor Elementary School...

Karl Grossman Leads Conversations About Jews on Long Island

As Karl Grossman’s audience expands, WPPB 88.3 FM has handed the journalist a microphone to talk about one of his favorite topics: Jews on the East End.

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Sag Harbor Superintendent Katy Graves to Take Leave for “Immediate Surgery”

“With a heavy heart, I regret to inform the members of the Board of Education and the community that I will have to step away from my duties beginning on November, 22, 2019 as the Superintendent of the Sag Harbor Schools for immediate surgery at Memorial Sloan Kettering in New York City,” said Ms. Graves in a letter to the board of education on November 15.

Sag Harbor Community Housing Trust Hopeful For Route 114 Project

Members of the Sag Harbor Community Housing Trust, a nonprofit formed in 2008, said this week they remain hopeful that a partnership with the Town of East Hampton might result in a housing project on Route 114 in Wainscott, just outside of Sag Harbor Village, one that could result in many more housing units than the organization would be able to construct on its own.

Grants Will Be Sought to Restore Revolutionary War Grave Sites at Old Burial Ground...

The Old Burying Ground, one of the South Fork’s oldest cemeteries, is home to more than 330 gravesites, some dating back to the Revolutionary War. And many are in dire need of repair, local historic preservation consultant Zachary Studenroth reported to the Sag Harbor Village Board at its Tuesday night meeting.