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Southampton Town Gives Bridgehampton A Little TLC

The Nathaniel Rogers House, which is being completely restored as the future headquarters of the Bridgehampton Museum, is not the only part of the hamlet that is being spruced up. A walk through the business district reveals a variety of small projects, ranging from new pedestrian crosswalks to new curbside tree plantings, that are adding up to big improvements for the area.

Bridgehampton’s Nathaniel Rogers House Crowned With Cupola

The ongoing — and much delayed — renovation of the Nathaniel Rogers House in Bridgehampton inched forward last week when contractors lifted a replica of the building’s decorative cupola to the rooftop on November 4.

Low-Risk High School Winter Sports May Proceed As Scheduled, Jury Still Out On Other...

New York State Public High School Athletic Association Executive Director Dr. Robert Zayas released a statement on November 9, saying that “low and moderate risk” winter sports — including bowling, gymnastics, indoor track and field, skiing, and swimming and diving — are permitted to go ahead with their seasons and start practicing on November 30, while the “high-risk” sports — wrestling, basketball, and cheerleading—still await authorization.

Sag Harbor Schools Close for Monday After Staff Member Tests Positive for COVID-19

Sag Harbor School District announced Sunday that all schools will be closed on Monday “out of an abundance of caution” after a school district employee tested positive for COVID-19 on Saturday.

UPDATE: Early Voting Site Cluster Grows From 10 To 11 Cases; Voters At ‘Extremely...

The early voting site at the Stony Brook Southampton college campus has been linked to a cluster of COVID-19 infections.

Zeldin Win Assured, Palumbo Holds Wide Lead Amid Large Turnout And Strong Republican Showing...

U.S. Representative Lee Zeldin, a Republican, appears certain to win reelection to a fourth term in Congress, even with tens of thousands of heavily-Democratic absentee ballots left to be counted, thanks to a strong Republican showing at in-person polling.

Sag Harbor Takes First Step In Updating Waterfront Zoning Code

The high-speed effort to update the Sag Harbor Village zoning code to better protect the village waterfront before a recently enacted six-month moratorium expires was the central topic of the Village Board’s monthly work session meeting on October 28.

Unitarian Universalist Congregation Awards HICO Grants To Underserved Local Organizations

Unitarian Universalist Congregation Awards HICO Grants To Underserved Local Organizations

Emergency Room Nurse Recalls What It Was Like Working During Peak Of Pandemic

Emergency Room Nurse Recalls What It Was Like Working During Peak Of Pandemic

Shinnecock To Hold Month-Long Protest Encampment Near Sunrise Highway

Dozens of Shinnecock and their supporters have struck camp in the woods just off Sunrise Highway in a show of protest spurred by the fight over the tribe’s roadside electronic billboards, but harking to centuries of illtreatment.

Election Day Update: Zeldin Declares Victory, Palumbo Holds Broad Lead

Polls are open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Tuesday, following over a week of early voting. A record number of mail-in absentee ballots have already been filed or are expected to be submitted or postmarked by Tuesday.

It’s Official: Sag Harbor’s Bay Street Theater Will Get A New Home

Representatives of Sag Harbor’s Bay Street Theater confirmed this week that it had purchased the Water Street Shops property, where the 7-Eleven convenience store is located, as its future home.

Sag Harbor Historical Society’s ‘Annie’s Field Of Jack-o’-Lanterns’ Returns Friday

The Sag Harbor Historical Society will once again hold “Annie’s Field of Jack-O’-Lanterns at its headquarters, the Annie Cooper Boyd House, on Friday, October 30, from 4 to 6 p.m.

African American History the Focus of a New Class for Teens in Bridgehampton

African American History the Focus of a New Class for Teens in Bridgehampton

Little Used Sag Harbor Pier Will Be Removed To Provide More Space For Sailboats

A little used public pier next to the Breakwater Yacht Club will be removed at the club’s expense to provide space for it to tie up more boats at its own dock. The club will also rent additional spaces on the east side of the village dinghy dock, which is currently not accessible, because it is blocked by the pier.

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27Speaks: How Are Houses Of Worship Preparing For The Holidays In 2020?

In this week’s edition of 27Speaks, the editors are joined by reporter Michelle Trauring and talk about the upcoming holiday season and how East End houses of worship are planning for the holidays in the wake of increased COVID-19 numbers.

Sag Harbor Wins Lawsuit Challenging Wetlands Permit

A New York State Supreme Court justice, in a decision issued November 25, upheld the Sag Harbor Village Harbor Committee’s decision to deny a wetlands permit for a swimming pool near wetlands at a house at 36 Fordham Street.

Fans Say Sag Harbor Postal Clerk Always Delivered

Rose Daniels, who retired this week after a 33-year career as a postal clerk — with most of that time spent in her adopted hometown of Sag Harbor — has little trouble naming her favorite stamp.