Community

A Conversation With Eric Glandbard

Mr. Glandbard — a 38-year resident of Sag Harbor — returned late in 2018 to become LTV’s executive director.

Pat Cowles, 82

Gardner “Pat” Cowles III, former owner and publisher of The Sag Harbor Express and scion of a publishing family that spanned three generations and owned newspapers, magazines, television and radio stations across the Midwest and the East Coast, passed away peacefully on Friday, January 25.

New Activity Workshop for Kids Rolls Into Sag Harbor

Last week, Angela De Vincenzo and Jeff Mayer opened the doors on Blocks, Trucks + Art, a brick-and-mortar activity studio for kids on Sag Harbor’s Washington Street.

Help for Sag Harbor Families Struggling to Heat Their Homes

Born out of a conversation between Sag Harbor Elementary School principal Matt Malone and the entrepreneurs behind The SHED Workspace, help is on the way for local families who are having trouble paying for heating oil this winter.

Katy’s Courage Skate-a-Thon Hits the Ice

Pull out your ice skates, dust them off and head over to Buckskill Winter Club for the eighth annual Katy’s Courage Skate-a-Thon on Sunday, February 10

‘Stories of Suffolk’ To Address Opioid Epidemic at Greek Orthodox Church in Southampton

The Dormition of the Virgin Mary Greek Orthodox Church of the Hamptons is continuing its efforts to combat the overwhelming number of opioid-related overdoses on the East End.

Boosted: Pierson Spirit Night is Biggest Ever

The Sag Harbor Booster Foundation presented its biggest Spirit Night ever, according to members of the board who worked a “mobbed” concession stand over...

Journalists and Community Members Come Together to Discuss the Future of Media

Community members and journalists had a chance to come together on Friday in a forum allowing them to achieve a greater understanding of each other’s points of view on a wide range of issues.

Hermanson Foundation Grants $285,000 to Hospital

The Ellen Hermanson Foundation has awarded $285,000 in grants to Stony Brook Southampton Hospital to benefit the Ellen Hermanson Breast Center and Ellen’s Well.

Balserus, Broadmeadow and Hemby Are Chiefs

On Wednesday, January 9, the commissioners of the Bridgehampton Fire District swore-in their three newly-elected chiefs for the ensuing year.

Jennifer Houser, 66

Jennifer Houser, a longtime Sag Harbor resident, died in Southampton on January 14. She was 66 years old.

Express Sessions Returns with Focus on Community Journalism

The issue-based Express Sessions series will return to the American Hotel on Friday, January 18, and address the importance of community journalism and how the work of local media companies compares to the national dialogue on the ever-changing role of media.

‘Love Bites,’ But Charity Doesn’t

It isn’t easy to get Almond restaurant, Scotto’s, Backyard Brine and Shock Ice Cream all in one place — but on Saturday, January 26, Katy’s Courage will bring them together.

A Conversation with Carol Williams of the Friends of Havens Beach

The Friends of Havens Beach, of which Carol Williams is a founder, will present an “Indoor Field Trip to Havens Beach” on Sunday, January 20 at 3 p.m. at the John Jermain Memorial Library. Jean Held is preparing a slide show for the event that will give the human and natural history of the beach, including current conditions, and “a look into better future,” according to Ms. Williams.

Family of Shannon Whelan Reaches Out for Support

The Sag Harbor community and beyond are rallying around the Whelan family after Shannon Whelan, a Sag Harbor native and mother of three, died suddenly from cardiac arrest in Sydney, Australia, several days ago.

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Five Vying for Two Seats on Bridgehampton School Board

School board elections in the Bridgehampton School District have largely been uncontested in recent years. That is not the case this year.

Editorial: Full Charge Ahead

The East Hampton Town Board is considering a second proposal by the Tesla company to install an electric vehicle charging station — at no cost to taxpayers.

Editorial: Many Hands

The new leaders of the Sag Harbor Whalers understandably have a difficult time separating the collegiate league from the children who use the park on a more regular basis.