Pierson Baseball Season Ends in State Semifinal

The 2019 Pierson baseball team came up short of becoming the third team in school history to win a state championship.

Lines Drawn in East Hampton Over Deepwater Wind

The first public hearings on the South Fork Wind Farm project brought residents from across Long Island to East Hampton on Tuesday to plead with the State Public Service Commission to make the smart choice when it comes to the Deepwater Wind proposal.

Mayor and Trustee Races on the Ballot Along with Raise for EMS Volunteers

Village voters will decide whether to keep Mayor Sandra Schroeder in office for a third two-year term or turn her job over to Kathleen Mulcahy, a former corporate executive and a first-time candidate.

Shelter Island 10K Celebrates 40 Years and Still Running

Even though it takes place in the smallest town on Long Island, the Shelter Island 10K always had grand aspirations.

Harbor Panel Backs Plan to Fix Havens Beach Runoff Filtering System

Despite skepticism and some downright opposition from two members of the Friends of Havens Beach, the Harbor Committee on Monday agreed that the longstanding village plan to fix the drainage and filtering system for storm water runoff that was installed in 2013 at Havens Beach conforms to the goals of Sag Harbor’s Local Waterfront Revitalization Plan (LWRP).

Whalers Win Regional Final and Advance to Big Stage

Any energy that might have been lost at the Pierson High School prom on Friday was a non-factor on Saturday as a calm and determined team of Whalers took the field at Pace University in Pleasantville.

Former NASCAR CEO Pleads Guilty to DWI

Suffolk County District Attorney Timothy D. Sini announced Friday afternoon that the former CEO of NASCAR pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated in August 2018 in Sag Harbor. 

Mayor and Challenger Disagree on Administrator and Public Input

Mayor Sandra Schroeder and her challenger in the upcoming June 18 Sag Harbor Village election, real estate agent Kathleen Mulcahy, squarely disagreed on only two issues.

Village Trustee Candidates Disagree on Hiring a Village Manager

Three candidates for two seats on the Village Board of Trustees agreed Sag Harbor should begin work on a long-term comprehensive plan and also improve lines of communication

‘Divine Intervention’ Transforms Christ Church in Sag Harbor

Teri Hackett took a trip to the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in Harlem, and found herself completely moved — not by love, but by art.

Judge Blocks DEC’s Permission for Sand Land to Keep Digging

A state Supreme Court judge in Albany on Friday, May 31, blocked the state DEC commissioner’s March 2019 agreement to allow the Sand Land mine in Noyac continue in operation for eight years and even expand its operations.

Shinnecock Nation Ignores Court Order to Stop Billboard Project on Sunrise

The Shinnecock Indian Nation says it will ignore a temporary restraining order granted on May 24 by a State Supreme Court justice to halt the construction and operation of two 20-by-30-foot electronic billboards mounted 61 feet over the right-of-way on each side of Sunrise Highway in Hampton Bays.

Whalers’ New Manager Gets Back To Basics with New-Look Collegiate Team

The Whalers will welcome a roster of roughly 25 collegiate players form across the country this week as they prepare for the season opener this Sunday, June 2.

Division Street Proposal Deemed Too Intense by Planning Board

The board opened its work session with a discussion about 51 Division Street, which hosts a two-story, single-family residence and a commercial building holding a number of different storefronts.

Sag Harbor Honors Its Fallen Under Sunny Skies

It was small-town America at its sparklingly sunny best on Monday morning when appreciative spectators of every size, shape, color and age gathered along Main Street from Otter Pond to the east foot of the Lance Corporal Jordan C. Haerter Veterans Memorial Bridge to watch Sag Harbor’s annual Memorial Day Parade featuring veterans from Sag Harbor’s American Legion and VFW posts, members of the Sag Harbor fire Department, local Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts and the Pierson High School band.

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Verneuille Named Executive Vice President of The First National Bank

Janet T. Verneuille, a resident of Sag Harbor, recently brought her 30-plus years of banking experience to The First National Bank of Long Island.

Business: Late Nights and Pizza at Claudio’s, Golden Goose Settles In, Picnics at Duryea’s

Since Claudio’s Restaurant opened its doors earlier this season, the Greenport staple has an undeniably fresh look and feel.

The Gardens of Frederico Azevedo Featured in New Book

Landscape designer Frederico Azevedo approaches his bold “outdoor rooms” with the memories of his childhood in Brazil.