On Friday, Sag Harbor Mayor Kathleen Mulcahy said she would sign an executive order limiting parking to 45 minutes on Main Street.
Memorial Day weekend came and went without large crowds mobbing Sag Harbor’s Main Street — the traditionally desired effect of a holiday weekend on the South Fork — and this year, local officials agreed, that was probably a good thing.
Nestled behind Pierson High School now sits “The Mike Semkus Memorial Workout Area,” which has officially been opened to the public after temporary postponement of construction.
Business Owners, Lawmakers Agree That Experimenting With Main Street Changes Might Help Economy Rebound
A panel of experts shared their vision for the shape of downtown business districts post-crisis at the Express News Group’s virtual Express Sessions forum “Reenvisioning Main Street in the Time of Coronavirus,” on Thursday, May 21. All expressed a measure of frustration that, at times, they felt like their voices weren’t being heard.
It’s official. Long Island will reopen on Wednesday, Governor Andrew Cuomo said on Tuesday, offering his daily update from the New York Stock exchange.
Hospital Chief Says Lessons Learned From COVID-19 Crisis Will Be A Help Going Forward
Sag Harbor Village Mayor Kathleen Mulcahy on Friday signed an executive order limiting vehicle parking on Main Street to 30 minutes for the duration of the Memorial Day weekend in order to promote social distancing in the village.
The Parrish Art Museum has announced that Terrie Sultan, its Director for the past 12 years, is stepping down at the end of June.
Sag Harbor Village officials partnered with the Chamber of Commerce on a poll sent to local businesses on Wednesday morning, asking for input on different strategies village board members have discussed as a means of protecting public health with the eventual re-opening of Main Street while the COVID-19 virus outbreak is ongoing.
Enter USA Warrior Stories, a not-for-profit that has allowed the longtime friends and East End residents to interview, record and produce more than 100 stories told by veterans, some of whom are no longer alive.
Restaurants See Difficult Futures Even When They Open Their Doors Again
Sag Harbor Village is poised to launch a campaign designed by resident Bob Weinstein to encourage people to wear masks while visiting the village and celebrate the heroes that have served on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A familiar face is back in Sag Harbor. Pablo Londono, who was hired as a traffic control officer shortly after graduating from Bridgehampton High School in 2009, has returned to the village police department as a full-fledged member of the force.
Not Safer at Home: Domestic Violence Hotlines Field Dramatic Volume Increase
Representing a neighbor opposing North Haven resident Larry Baum’s plan to build a dock on what now looks like a deserted beach in front of a preserved marsh in North Haven, attorney Dennis Downes told the Village Board of Trustees on May 12 that the depth of water at the end of the proposed structure fails to meet the village’s 2.5-foot requirement at mean low tide.