Rain Fails To Dampen the Spirit at Katy’s Courage 5K

The community showed up once again for Katy’s Courage, despite a literal deluge on the appropriately-named Water Street in Sag Harbor. 

Local School Board Campaigns Take Shape

School board election campaigns are in full swing in Sag Harbor, with three candidates actively campaigning so far and four others tentatively considering running for three open seats.

Gershon Set for Rematch with Zeldin in 2020

Perry Gershon announced Saturday that he will seek the Democratic Party nomination to run for Congress in 2020.

‘East End Collected’ Features Abundance of Work at Southampton Arts Center

Inside the Southampton Arts Center, work by nearly three-dozen fellow artists will revolve around a 20-foot-long rebar boat sculpted by the octogenarian.

The Express Wins 20 Awards at New York Newspaper Convention

The Express earned a total of 220 contest points, the most of any single-flag newspaper in New York State.

Town Plans Cleanup of Trees Felled in Pine Beetle Infestation

East Hampton Town officials are looking to cleanup and reforest a large swath of town-owned land on Swamp Road in Northwest Woods.

Substance Abuse Forum Highlights Growing Problem Among Teens

Suffolk County had 403 opioid related deaths in 2018, making it the county with the highest incidence of deaths related to prescription and non-prescription overdoses in New York State.

Work To Commence ‘Immediately’ at Sag Harbor Learning Center

The Sag Harbor School Board unanimously approved a general contractor, an electrician and a heating, ventilation and air conditioning company.

Proposed $43.4M Sag Harbor Schools Budget Will Include 3-Percent Levy Increase

Questions remain over how the district will close a gap between revenue and expenses in the proposed $43.4 million spending plan.

Sag Harbor Village May Pierce Tax Cap in 2019-2020 Budget

Sag Harbor Village’s latest 2019-2020 budget figure, if adopted by the Board of Trustees, would rise above the state-mandated cap on tax levy increases for the first time.

Emporium Fire Remembered 25 Years Later

A total of 21 fire departments, from Montauk to Yaphank, made their way to Sag Harbor in the early morning hours of April 3, Easter Sunday, to fight one of the biggest fires in the village’s history.

New Pastor Arrives at the Old Whalers’ Church

Linda Westerhoff Maconochie's work in faith has brought her home to the South Fork some 35 years after she became an ordained minister.

At Express Sessions, a Call for Balanced Land Use

Six experts on land use and preservation convened last Friday for an in-depth conversation that came to several conclusions — among them that there are multiple types of both development and preservation.

East Hampton Board to Revisit Music Permit Changes After Public Outcry

The gathering was largely prompted by a call to arms by Nancy Atlas, who posted a video urging residents to attend the March 21 town board meeting.

Berry & Co. To Open on Division Street in Sag Harbor

Sag Harbor’s beloved bookstore, Harbor Books, is returning to the downtown business district but with a new name and location.

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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.

Tesla and Electrify America Present New Plan for Charging Station

The Tesla company returned to the East Hampton Town Board this week with a new plan that includes charging stations compatible with other vehicles in a parking lot off South Euclid Avenue.