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Sag Harbor Gas Ball Parking Lot Lease Extended For A Year

Mayor Jim Larocca announced he had worked out a deal to extend the village’s lease for what is known as the “gas ball” parking lot for another year.

Christ Episcopal Church In Sag Harbor Receives A Christmas Gift Of Art

Two contemporary artworks, “Pale Male” and “Nail This,” by the artist Roz Dimon, which have been on display for several months at Christ Episcopal Church in Sag Harbor, have been purchased and given to the church by parishioners Lyn and E.T. Williams.

Size And Height Concerns Continue To Dominate Sag Harbor Waterfront Zoning Discussions

Amid calls for tighter restrictions on the size and height of buildings, the Sag Harbor Village Board on Tuesday, December 14, adjourned once again a hearing on a proposed waterfront overlay district.

Little Northwest Creek Dredging Hopes To Restore Beach, Shellfishing

The dredging of the mouth of Little Northwest Creek, a project that has been more than two years in the making, is currently under way.

A Vintage Wonderland In Bridgehampton To Close Its Doors

But come the end of the year, Brian Ramaekers and Barbara Trujillo, who have shared the space for 35 years, will close the doors — leaving Bridgehampton without a single antiques dealer on its Main Street.

Sag Harbor Opts Out Of Pot Sales In Village

On Tuesday, December 14, following a public hearing at which the issue was discussed in public for the first time, the Village Board voted unanimously to opt out of allowing the sale of pot in retail stores or its consumption in bar-like lounges.

Sag Harbor Lot Clearing Is Decried, But Village Had Approved It To Make Way...

Sag Harbor Lot Clearing Is Decried, But Village Had Approved It To Make Way For Sewage Plan

Historic Details Prompt Panel To Put Brakes On Two Projects

A Sag Harbor Village panel’s focus on preserving, or at least keeping the architectural details of historic structures correct as they are modified by new owners, briefly stalled the approval process for two renovation projects in the village’s historic district last week.

ZBA Says It Will Grant Moratorium Exemption To Schiavoni Property

The Sag Harbor Village Zoning Board of Appeals on Monday informally agreed to give the Schiavoni family a waiver from the moratorium on most development projects along the village waterfront.

Sisters Bring Back Popular Coat Drive At Sag Harbor Elementary

Sisters Bring Back Popular Coat Drive At Sag Harbor Elementary

Jump In Hospitalizations Seen Locally, But New Treatments, More Vaccines Are Helping

Coronavirus infections and hospitalizations have increased steadily across New York State and especially in Suffolk County since the week of the Thanksgiving holiday.

Ellen Dioguardi Elected President Of Sag Harbor Chamber Of Commerce

The Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce on Monday elected a new slate of officers and directors to lead the organization in 2022, including a new president in Ellen Dioguardi, who is director of events for the Express News Group, which publishes The Sag Harbor Express, The Southampton Press and The East Hampton Press.

District Provides Update On Mashashimuet Park Improvement Plans

At Monday night’s Board of Education meeting, Sag Harbor Superintendent of Schools Jeff Nichols gave a long awaited update on the district’s plans to move forward with renovations at Mashashimuet Park, and, along with Mashashimuet Park Board President Janine Rayano, gave an overview of what those plans would entail, and a timeline for a bond vote.

Former Sag Harbor Family Raises Funds For Daughter Fighting Neurological Disorder

Former Sag Harbor Family Raises Funds For Daughter Fighting Neurological Disorder

Firefighters Battle Blaze At Apple Wild Farm In Bridgehampton

Fire destroyed a building at Apple Wild Farm, a Bridgehampton horse farm, around noon on Wednesday.

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A Shift in Winter Bird Populations Seen as Climate and Habitat Change

From a distance of several hundred yards, all you can clearly see, even with binoculars, is the flush of white from the breast and a speck of black. Then the bird cocks its head down, breaking the surface of the water, tips forward and disappears.

John Jermain Librarian Wins Diversity Internship

Nancy Myers, 33, met Catherine Creedon, the former director of the John Jermain Memorial Library, when she was a patron and the library was in its temporary quarters on West Water Street during a major renovation.

ARB Seems Open To New Windows In 2-over-2 Style At Historic House

The wrangling over the pros and cons of putting in new windows at the circa 1790 house at 207 Main Street in Sag Harbor went on for another hour at the latest Zoom meeting of the Historic Preservation and Architectural Review Board (HPARB) last week and, in the end, it seemed to have headed back to where it had started.