The environment and water quality, transportation and community will be the ternary of issues the Sag Harbor Village Board hopes to dig into as it addresses quality of life issues through long-term planning.
The Sag Harbor Village Board introduced two changes to its zoning code on Saturday that Mayor Kathleen Mulcahy said would better protect against the destruction of the village’s natural environment and help define the code more clearly when it comes to the allowed height of structures.
The update came just a week after the board was informed by a Sag Harbor school business official that the project would cost millions more than anticipated when voters approved the project in 2016.
In this second article in The Express News Group’s series examining the state of football on the East End, we take a look at the dynamics of youth programs in the area: what trends are happening in terms of participation, what local coaches and community leaders are trying to do to bolster those numbers and maintain interest in the sport, and what specific challenges arise for youth programs on the East End.
Even if you don’t know Gahan Wilson’s name, chances are very good that you’ve laughed at his creations in magazines like Playboy, National Lampoon and The New Yorker. For more than two decades, Wilson was a regular fixture in Sag Harbor. But in recent years, life has gotten much more difficult for him. Now 89, Wilson lives in Arizona and is suffering from advanced dementia and a host of other health issues.
For the last four decades, Joan Marter has devoted her life to the exploration of contemporary art. And even she couldn’t believe her eyes as she unraveled the extent of Guild Hall’s permanent collection.
By Lorraine Dusky Tina Jones is absolutely swell as a shrewd street urchin … And a down-at-the heels widow waiting to be rescued by...
The 1960s was a decade like no other. Social and political unrest, experimentation with drugs, and the fight for rights reigned supreme — so did the music, which changed drastically throughout the ’60s as it reflected what was going on. Add on Friday, November 1, Bay Street Theater will bring The Sixties Show back to Sag Harbor to relive the most memorable music of the era.
Through their 30-year friendship, iconic musicians Steve Earle and G.E. Smith have seen it all — from countless back stages and hotel rooms to guitar shops where they had long and impactful conversations during the ups and downs of their own careers, and their individual journeys toward sobriety.
Thursday morning the Suffolk County District Attorney’s office East End Drug Task Force, as well as the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the New York State Police, and the Suffolk County Police Department arrested 24 individuals, eight of whom were from the Shinnecock Indian Territory, and executed five search warrants in connection with a long-term investigation into what the DA’s office described as a network of drug traffickers operating on and near the Shinnecock Nation Territory.
Michele Passarella, a two-time breast cancer survivor, remembers the help the Coalition for Women’s Cancers at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital offered her when she battled the disease a few short years ago.
The waters of Ligonee Brook saw a once-rare rush of small fish down its shallow, winding reaches last week, as a year-class of alewives dashed out of Long Pond for the tidal waters where they will grow to adulthood.
No code violations are occurring at the property, according to Sag Harbor Building Inspector Thomas Preiato. ARB Chair Dean Gomolka, also asked for comment, said the building inspector had investigated and found the construction to be “within his tolerances.”
Three years after the Sag Harbor Cinema, a vital, if at times under frequented center of the village’s cultural life, was badly damaged by fire, the new Sag Harbor Cinema Arts Center that will take its place is coming into sharper focus.
Sag Harbor native Gregory N. Ferraris has been selected to receive the fourth annual Community Service Award from the Sag Harbor Partnership.