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Bay Street Theater Says It May Have No Choice But To Move Out Of...

Bay Street executive director Tracy Mitchell said on Monday that the theater is in talks to possibly buy the Southampton United Artists Theater on Hill Street and is considering other options as well, including the Country Gardens Agway property in Bridgehampton.

Temple Adas Israel Breaks Ground On Synagogue Renovation

Temple Adas Israel Breaks Ground On Synagogue Renovation

Bridgehampton School Kids Spread A Little Springtime Cheer

That was the scene in Bridgehampton on Friday as children in Gabrielle Lemon and Caitlin Hansen’s kindergarten class, accompanied by children from several other grades, strolled into the village to spread a little good cheer.

A New Group of Children Begin to Be Vaccinated Against COVID-19

On May 13 of this year, Mya got what she called “an early birthday present,” heading to Stony Brook Southampton College with two friends, Stella Lima, 15, and Ava Lima, 14, to get their first dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine, just a day after the CDC approved the vaccine for use in children ages 12 to 15.

Larocca Says He Would Shelve Waterfront Overlay Plan If Elected

Sag Harbor Village Trustee Jim Larocca made the struggle over rezoning the village’s waterfront a cornerstone of his campaign to unseat Mayor Kathleen Mulcahy this week, saying that if he wins next month’s mayoral election, he would seek to shelve the months-long effort to adopt new development limitations along the village’s waterfront and nearby office district, in favor of embarking on a village-wide planning process.

Bridgehampton School Budget Falls Just Short Of Permission To Pierce Tax Cap; White, Comfort,...

The Bridgehampton School District’s budget narrowly failed to win the 60 percent voter support it needed on Tuesday night to be allowed to pierce the state-mandated tax cap.

Sag Harbor Schools Decline New Contract at Mashashimuet Park

Gregg Schiavoni, the president of the Mashashimuet Park Board of Directors, said on Friday afternoon that the Sag Harbor School District has declined to renew its contract with the park for use of the athletic facilities for its interscholastic sports teams.

Besides Mayoral Race, Sag Harbor Will Have A Battle For Trustee Seats

Besides Mayoral Race, Sag Harbor Will Have A Battle For Trustee Seats

Sag Harbor School Budget Stays Under Tax Cap; Full-Day Pre-K To Be Offered

The Sag Harbor Board of Education meeting on Monday night was a final chance for the public to hear about the proposed budget for the 2021-22 school year, and board members remained elated about how it all came together in what was a challenging and unprecedented year.

Waterfront Zoning Plan Advances In Sag Harbor

The Village Board, which held two question-and-answer sessions on the plan over the past two weeks, discussed it again on Tuesday, May 11, but this time with a graphic presentation from architect Randy Croxton, a board member of Save Sag Harbor.

East End Addiction Treatment Reaches Fever Pitch During COVID-19 Pandemic

East End Addiction Treatment Reaches Fever Pitch During COVID-19 Pandemic

Local Residents Have Roots In North Carolina Community Where Police Shooting Occurred

Local Residents Have Roots In North Carolina Community Where Police Shooting Occurred

Bay Street Seeks To Convince The Skeptics At Public Forum

Representatives of Bay Street Theater, who have found themselves the target of an increasingly skeptical, and at times hostile, public, sought to press the reset button at a forum on Saturday at which they discussed their plans for a permanent home, addressed questions about rumored property deals, and pledged to be more transparent moving forward.

South Fork Natural History Museum’s Young Environmentalists Society Allows Kids With A Love Of...

For the past year, a dedicated group of preteens with a love for nature and an interest in learning more about the environment have been gathering together — both online and outdoors — to benefit the community and become better stewards of the earth.

The Church Hosts Annual Pierson High School Student Photography Exhibit

The Church in Sag Harbor — an arts exhibition center owned by Eric Fischl and April Gornik that was formerly a Methodist Church — hosted the “Sag Harbor In Focus” show, an annual exhibition of works of photography by Pierson High School students. While the show is in its fifth year, it marked the first time that pieces were exhibited in the newly renovated art space located on Madison Street in Sag Harbor Village.

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27Speaks: The Declining Population Of The Prehistoric Horseshoe Crab

In this week’s edition of 27Speaks, the editors are joined by Photo Editor Dana Shaw and reporter Kitty Merrill for a discussion about the declining population of horseshoe crabs and efforts to save the prehistoric creatures.

South Fork Boys Lacrosse Loses Its First Playoff Game, But It Doesn’t Diminish What...

The first playoff game in the history of the South Fork boys lacrosse program this past Tuesday, June 8, didn’t go exactly the way...

Safety Concerns May Force Sag Harbor Community Band To Decamp From American Legion

Safety Concerns May Force Sag Harbor Community Band To Decamp From American Legion