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Despite Assurances, Worries Persist That A Historic District For Sag Harbor’s SANS Communities Could...

Worries Persist That A Historic District For Sag Harbor's SANS Communities Could Hurt Property Values

North Haven Village May Hire Town to Enforce New Rental Regulations

The Village of North Haven may hire Southampton Town’s code enforcement department to issues summonses and prosecute violations of its proposed new rental law, which could be adopted as early as next week.

Town Posts New Helicopter Routes Before Chopper Group Agrees to Fly Them

Facing continuing intense political pressure over airport noise, the Town of East Hampton has published new voluntary noise abatement routes for helicopters using the town airport even though the Eastern Region Helicopter Council has not yet agreed to follow them.

Review Panel Applauds Plan to Swap an Old Little House for a New Little...

Delighted members of Sag Harbor’s Historic Preservation and Architectural Review Board last week heard about the plan to tear down a small, worn-out bungalow at 27 Meadowlark Lane and replace it with a low-profile, modern house of wood and glass covering less than 200 more square feet.

D J Hart to Close after 43-Year Run on Main Street in Sag Harbor

This year, Dew Clarke Moorhead will finally discover what she’s been missing. A Main Street fixture for 43 years, her bright and colorful shop is now in the midst of a closeout sale with everything at least 50 percent off and a $20 rack for special bargains.

Laser Light Show To Highlight 10th Annual HarborFrost in Sag Harbor on Saturday

The Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce will host its annual HarborFrost celebration on Saturday, February 29, from 1 to 6 p.m. in and around Sag Harbor with a new laser drone show highlighting a day full of activity.

Remembering Tom Horn Sr.

Thomas Horn Sr., the oldest member of the Sag Harbor Volunteer Fire Department, died Tuesday night. "It is with deep regret that the Sag Harbor...

Sag Harbor Cinema Seeks to Add Part-Time Bar to Space on Third Floor

With hopes for a “soft opening” as soon as March 29 and a grand opening perhaps in mid-April, the Sag Harbor Cinema Arts Center unveiled plans this week to add a new element to the array of features it will be offering in its new three-screen Main Street complex: a part-time bar and concession area in what Cinema attorney Christopher Kelley called a “flex space” on the third floor of the new structure.

Winter Of Our Discontent: Sag Harbor Committee Ponders Dropping Steinbeck Name From New Park

Sag Harbor Committee Ponders Dropping Steinbeck Name From New Park

Pierson Girls Basketball Team Knocks Off Port Jeff in B/C Final

Gylia Dryden has picked the perfect time to peak. The Bridgehampton junior had a career game on Tuesday evening, scoring a game-high 18 points in leading the Pierson/Bridgehampton girls basketball team to a 47-32 drubbing of Port Jefferson.

B. Smith Remembered As Shrewd Businesswoman, Compassionate Friend, Approachable Neighbor

B. Smith, owner of namesake restaurants in New York and Sag Harbor, model, and author died Saturday. She was 70 and had suffered early-onset Alzheimer’s disease.

North Haven Sets Hearing On Rule To Limit Rentals To One Every Two...

The North Haven Village Board last week scheduled a hearing on a not-yet-released proposal to limit rentals to one within any two-week period

Sag Harbor Clergy To Host Forum On Experiences At The U.S.-Mexico Border

On Thursday, February 27, from 6 to 7:30 p.m., Ms. Campbell will be joined in the sanctuary of the Christ Church by Temple Adas Israel Rabbi Dan Geffen and the Reverend Kimberly Quinn Johnson of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the South Fork for a panel discussion, “Our Experience of the Crisis at the Border,” moderated by Patty McCormack

Honest Plate Brings Clean, Meal Delivery Service to the South Fork

In January, Watermill resident Ashley Heather, founder of co-working space, The Spur, which has locations in both East Hampton and Southampton, launched a new business. Honest Plate, a clean-eating meal service, offers clients up to five meals per week, all of which are already cooked. Following pick-up, subscribers to the service simply reheat the meals and serve them: no prepping, cooking, or waiting required.

Top-Seeded Whalers Knocked from Postseason

Beating a team three times in one season is supposed to be a challenge, according to the old adage, and it proved true on...

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A Scamble For Space, Protection, Equipment And Hands On Deck For Hospital Staff As...

Hospital staff and health professionals throughout the East End this week are scrambling to prepare facilities for the anticipated steep increases in the number of hospitalized people they must treat as the coronavirus epidemic swells in the region.

Distance Learning Begins as Schools Close Their Doors

Distance Learning Begins as Schools Close Their Doors

Leaders Plead With Shoppers To Stop Over-Buying At Grocery Stores

Government officials from every corner are exhorting residents to stop hoarding food and paper goods, and laboring in daily addresses to reassure them that manufacturing and supply chains will not be interrupted by a rise in infections from the new coronavirus or the nationwide efforts to slow its spread.