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‘Divine Intervention’ Transforms Christ Church in Sag Harbor

Teri Hackett took a trip to the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in Harlem, and found herself completely moved — not by love, but by art.

Judge Blocks DEC’s Permission for Sand Land to Keep Digging

A state Supreme Court judge in Albany on Friday, May 31, blocked the state DEC commissioner’s March 2019 agreement to allow the Sand Land mine in Noyac continue in operation for eight years and even expand its operations.

Shinnecock Nation Ignores Court Order to Stop Billboard Project on Sunrise

The Shinnecock Indian Nation says it will ignore a temporary restraining order granted on May 24 by a State Supreme Court justice to halt the construction and operation of two 20-by-30-foot electronic billboards mounted 61 feet over the right-of-way on each side of Sunrise Highway in Hampton Bays.

Whalers’ New Manager Gets Back To Basics with New-Look Collegiate Team

The Whalers will welcome a roster of roughly 25 collegiate players form across the country this week as they prepare for the season opener this Sunday, June 2.

Division Street Proposal Deemed Too Intense by Planning Board

The board opened its work session with a discussion about 51 Division Street, which hosts a two-story, single-family residence and a commercial building holding a number of different storefronts.

Sag Harbor Honors Its Fallen Under Sunny Skies

It was small-town America at its sparklingly sunny best on Monday morning when appreciative spectators of every size, shape, color and age gathered along Main Street from Otter Pond to the east foot of the Lance Corporal Jordan C. Haerter Veterans Memorial Bridge to watch Sag Harbor’s annual Memorial Day Parade featuring veterans from Sag Harbor’s American Legion and VFW posts, members of the Sag Harbor fire Department, local Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts and the Pierson High School band.

The “Sag Harbor” Cinema Sign is Lit Once More

After all those days of darkness at the vacant space where the art deco emblem of the theatre had blazed for decades, the newly illuminated sign looked just like its good-old self, instantly back at home.

S. Sgt. Edwin R. Bill: Tennessee Mountain Proved More Deadly Than 38 B-17 Missions

Memorial Day is about remembering those men and women who gave their lives for their country, including those whom time is beginning to erase from living memory.One was Edwin Woodruff Bill, a descendant of whaling captains on both sides of his family tree who was born and raised in Sag Harbor.

Fischl and Gornik Plan To Open The Church in 2020

Less than a year after artists Eric Fischl and April Gornik purchased the property for $7 million with plans to create an arts center dedicated to exploration and innovation, the building’s exterior is transformed.

Jordan Haerter’s Story Told in Film

Joshua DeFour had no intention of making a military film. That changed when he read the now legendary “Six Seconds To Live” speech by former Marine General John F. Kelly.

Sag Harbor Cinema Sign To Light Up Main Street Once Again

The lighting of the Sag Harbor Cinema sign will mark a significant milestone in the reconstruction of the cinema, due to open its doors this fall, but not nearly the end.

Reverend Johnson Found Her Calling at UUCSF

Rev. Johnson has been the minister at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the South Fork for more than three years but was officially installed as its permanent minister on May 5.

Sag Harbor Voters Approve School Budget, Bus Referendum

Sag Harbor School District voters on Tuesday approved a $42.88 million spending plan for the 2019-2020 school year.

School Budget, Farmstand Leases Are Approved in Bridgehampton

Voters in the Bridgehampton School District gave a collective thumbs-up to the school’s $18.69 million 2019-2020 budget on Tuesday.

Multi-Faith Iftar Returns to Unitarian Church in Sag Harbor

On Sunday, May 26, the Unitarian Universalist Church of the South Fork in Sag Harbor will host its fourth annual Multi-faith Iftar potluck dinner at 7 p.m.

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Push on To Start Long Wharf Rehab Right after HarborFest

The long planned $4.32-million renovation of Long Wharf could begin as early as September 9 or 10, right after the Chamber of Commerce’s annual HarborFest event that is set to take place on the wharf on the weekend of September 7 and 8, Sag Harbor Mayor Kathleen Mulcahy said last week.

Abelita Mateus Takes Piano to ‘The Terrace’

Abelita Mateus is a singer, songwriter and pianist, part of the new generation of great Brazilian musicians.

Editorial: Gold Stars and Dunce Caps

A Gold Star to members of the clergy in Sag Harbor Village who continue to be particularly active in social justice causes.