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Key Shinnecock Burial Ground At Sugar Loaf Hill Will At Long Last Be Returned...

Key Shinnecock Burial Ground At Sugar Loaf Hill Will At Long Last Be Returned To Tribe

As Infections Climb Among The Unvaccinated, OLA Scrambles For Ways To Reach Those Falling...

With gaps in vaccination coverage driving a new increase in COVID-19 cases statewide — and the highest positivity rates in Suffolk County since early spring — advocates for minority communities say that they are still seeing significant numbers of unvaccinated individuals, especially in the large Latino immigrant population.

Consensus And Clashes As Sag Harbor Village Board Meets

The newly reconstituted Sag Harbor Village Board on Tuesday agreed it would extend a moratorium on most waterfront construction for six months and opened a hearing on a proposed waterfront overlay zoning district, even though that initiative will likely see major revisions in the coming months under the direction of new Mayor James Larocca.

Artist Reynold Ruffins Of Sag Harbor Remembered For His Decades Of Work

Reynold Ruffins, an honored commercial and fine artist whose experiences ranged from helping to form one of the most celebrated design studios in New York City to volunteering to design artwork for posters and greeting cards for a community organization in his beloved Sag Harbor, died on Sunday, July 11. He was 90 years old.

Harbor Shop Convenience Store Slated To Open In Sag Harbor Next Week

Workers are putting the finishing touches on the Harbor Shop, the new convenience store that will replace the 7-Eleven in Sag Harbor later this month.

Hamptons Community Outreach Fills Backpacks With Summer Supplies For Underserved Kids

The event, which was organized by Hamptons Community Outreach, an organization dedicated to elevating the quality of life of local underserved children and families, brought together children of all ages who were eager to pack bags for a good cause.

‘Wear Your Seatbelts,’ Coach Warns Following Dramatic Highway Crash

Troopers said she was driving westbound in the right-hand lane, when she clipped the rear of a pickup truck traveling in front of her after moving to the left-hand lane in an attempt to pass. Ms. Martinez Arias then moved back over into the right-hand lane and struck a third vehicle, driven by Mr. Bramoff, which left the road and overturned on the shoulder. There was a driver and three passengers in the second vehicle, none of whom were injured. Ms. Martinez Arias’ sedan came to a rest on the median a few hundred yards down the road.

Q&A: Jim Larocca On His View Of The Future As Sag Harbor’s New...

Just prior to his swearing-in ceremony this week, Jim Larocca sat down for a conversation about his recent election as mayor of Sag Harbor Village, lingering antipathy from a brutal campaign season, the biggest challenges he will face, and areas where he plans to take a divergent path from the one blazed by the former mayor, Kathleen Mulcahy.

Better Late Than Never: Breast Cancer Screenings Drop, Leading To More Later-Stage Diagnoses

As hospitals have returned to a sense of normalcy, so have routine breast cancer screenings, largely put on pause by many women during the height of the pandemic — in some cases, leading to more serious cancer diagnoses as a result, explained Stacy Quarty, president of Lucia’s Angels, who noted that she’s seen a dramatic uptick of patients in recent months.

Montauk Saxophonist Pat DeRosa Makes Guinness Book Of World Records As Oldest Professional Player

Montauk Saxophonist Pat DeRosa Makes Guinness Book Of World Records As Oldest Professional Player

Tug Of War Over East Hampton Airport’s Future Begins

While the debate over the future of East Hampton Airport is certain to only be in the first flush of a months- or possibly years-long tug-of-war, the battle lines between the two sides pulling at the Town Board’s decision making power were laid down on Tuesday, July 6, in stark, if predictable, contrast.

New Mayor James Larocca Takes The Helm In Sag Harbor

New Sag Harbor Mayor James Larocca was sworn at an event that mixed elements of a celebratory gathering of about 100 supporters with official business at John Steinbeck Waterfront Park on Tuesday.

Main Street Traffic Snarled As Sag Harbor Emergency Workers Free Woman’s Hand From Under...

Sag Harbor emergency service workers blocked off Main Street in the village from Carruthers Alley north to Bay Street shortly after 11 a.m. on Friday morning as they attempted to free a woman whose hand was stuck under the seat of her late model BMW SUV.

John Shaka, Longtime Village Volunteer, Named Executive Director Of Sag Harbor Partnership

The Sag Harbor Partnership has announced that it has hired John Shaka, a longtime village resident, community activist, and volunteer as its new executive director. He will replace Molly Bishop, the partnership’s initial executive director, who recently resigned to take a similar position with Heart of the Hamptons in Southampton.

Sag Harbor Mayor-Elect Will Nominate Edward Haye To Complete His Term On Village...

Sag Harbor Mayor-elect James Larocca on Wednesday said he would nominate Edward Haye, a retired attorney, to complete the year remaining on his term as Village Board trustee.

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27Speaks: Promoting Remote Participation In Local Government Meetings

In this week’s edition of 27Speaks, the editors are joined by New York State Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele for a discussion on work he’s doing to reform the state’s Open Meetings law to include language that could require local municipalities to utilize video conferencing to provide greater access and remote participation in board meetings.

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Myles Proctor had been scuffling at the plate prior to a key at bat in the top of the 12th inning of Thursday’s wild...

Stephanie Bitis Sentenced To 15 Months For Defrauding Employer Of More Than $300,000

U.S. District Judge Gary R. Brown said he considered Ms. Bitis’s service to the community and the support of her friends, family and current employer and the efforts that she has made so far toward restitution, but considering the “significant magnitude” of the crime plus the fact that she had engaged in similar behavior before, an “incarceratory sentence” was warranted.