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The Express Wins Prestigious Editorial Award at NYPA Convention

For the third consecutive year, The Sag Harbor Express won more editorial points than any other newspaper in the New York Press Association’s 2017 Better Newspaper Contest.

Bonac Tennis Team Given Second Chance at League Title

Officials from Section XI, Suffolk County’s governing body of athletics, upheld an East Hampton protest and ordered the teams to finish out the match at second doubles.

Village Unveils Fees for Using Parks, Long Wharf, Beaches

Using Long Wharf, Marine Park, Windmill Park or Havens Beach will cost $250 per day, while blocking a single parking space for a day will cost $50 — down from the previously discussed figure of $75 per day.

Critics Tilt at Windmills at East Hampton Forum

The proposed South Fork Wind Farm ran into headwinds Saturday from skeptics at a forum on the topic sponsored by the Group for Good Government at the East Hampton Library.

Lady Whalers Battle Through Revamped League Schedule

With 24 teams doing battle in this oddly restructured League VII softball season, the Pierson/Bridgehampton Lady Whalers, at least, have two young pitchers they can rely on.

Firefighters Battle Rooftop Fire at Lulu Kitchen & Bar in Sag Harbor

Firefighters battled a fire in Lulu Kitchen and Bar on Main Street in Sag Harbor Tuesday night.

Ross School Will Consolidate Lower School, Upper School Campuses

The private school will close its Bridgehampton campus, which is home to its early childhood and elementary grades, and move those programs to its Upper School campus on Goodfriend Drive in East Hampton.

Sag Harbor Businesses Will Feel Fees’ Pinch

It’s about to get a whole lot more expensive in Sag Harbor to block off a parking space or sidewalk for construction work.

For Right Buyer, A Big Piece of Sag Harbor Village

The signs appeared early last winter offering a “Sag Harbor Assemblage” of three contiguous properties running from Main Street down Washington Street and over to Division Street.

The Wharf Shop Celebrates 50 Years in Sag Harbor

Nada Barry and Gwen Waddington, who co-own the toy store, are celebrating the shop’s 50th anniversary in business on Main Street in Sag Harbor.

East End Restaurant Week Returns Sunday

Last spring, in its 15th edition, the annual Hamptons Restaurant Week rebranded itself as East End Restaurant Week, which better reflected the dining promotion

Students — and their Parents — March for Their Lives in Sag Harbor

March for Our Lives was a national day of protest against gun violence and a rally for gun control organized by student survivors of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.

Sag Harbor Cinema Project Takes Another Step Forward

It’s early spring, and Nick Gazzolo and April Gornik, the president and vice president of the Sag Harbor Partnership, say they can feel a certain lightness in the air surrounding the organization’s Sag Harbor Cinema Arts Center project. It’s blossoming.

Word on the Street: The Art of the Protest

From the massive Women’s Marches held this year and last, to the rise of the “Me Too” movement, vocal demonstrations by DACA recipients, and reactions to police shootings of people of color, across the nation people are angry and getting organized.

Celebrate Easter in Sag Harbor

The Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce, the Sag Harbor Garden Center and the Sag Harbor Lions Club will bring Easter to Sag Harbor this Saturday and Sunday, with their annual petting zoo, Easter bonnet parade and Easter egg hunt.

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Editorial: A Good Connection

A small group of Noyac residents this week proved that speaking up to government officials can bring results.

Editorial: Other Options

Cities like Fort Myers, Florida, Malibu, California and Seattle, Washington have gone as far as banning plastic straws, stirrers and utensils.

“Trashy Fashy” — a Discarded Plastic Doll — Hopes To Raise Awareness About Pollution

It all began with an abandoned plastic doll on a stunning beach, and the nagging notion that the seaside façade hid something far less unspoiled.