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Southampton Town, Sag Harbor Village Cut A Deal To Allow Some Beach Access

Southampton Town and Sag Harbor Village have reached an agreement that will allow residents who live on the East Hampton Town side of the village to continue to have access to Sagg Main, Mecox, and Scott Cameron ocean beaches, as well as Long Beach, all of which are in Southampton Town, for this year.

Sentencing Of Former Radio Manager Who Defrauded Employer Delayed As Dollar Amount Is Disputed

The sentencing of Stephanie Bitis, a former radio manager from Sag Harbor who pleaded guilty last fall to fraudulently using a company credit card for personal expenses, was adjourned on Thursday, April 29, to give federal prosecutors and the defense time to nail down just how much money she bilked her former employer out of.

Larocca Will Challenge Mulcahy For Sag Harbor Mayor

Mr. Larocca made his announcement on the steps of the Municipal Building to a group of about a dozen supporters, including Trustee Thomas Gardella, who currently serves as deputy mayor under Ms. Mulcahy.

Bridget Fleming Announces Candidacy For Congress

The Democrat said she had been seriously considering a run ever since she watched “in horror” as the current office holder, U.S. Representative Lee Zeldin of Shirley, voted to challenge the results of the 2020 presidential election “even after the Capitol was overtaken by rioters in what can only be described as an act of domestic terrorism and treachery.”

New Convenience Store Slated For 7-Eleven Space In Sag Harbor

Adam Potter, the chairman of Friends of Bay Street, which purchased the Water Street Shops, where 7-Eleven as a site for a new theater, said the plan was for the store to be open by Memorial Day.

It’s A Wrap: Sag Harbor 7-Eleven Closes

It's A Wrap: Sag Harbor 7-Eleven Closes

After A Year Of Lockdown, Sag Harbor Residents Have Questions About Waterfront Zoning And...

After A Year Of Lockdown, Sag Harbor Residents Have Questions About Waterfront Zoning And Bay Street Theater Plans

Baseball Returns To The Bridgehampton School

But what is unusual is that Monday marked the first official day of practice for Bridgehampton’s new junior varsity team, the first baseball team the Killer Bees have fielded since 1980, when they were still known as the Bridgies and the lineup included basketball star and future and now retired basketball coach Carl Johnson.

Boaters Against Cancer Will Benefit Fighting Chance

The inaugural “Boaters Against Cancer” flotilla will depart from Long Wharf on Saturday, May 22, at 5 p.m. for a cruise to Dering Harbor on Shelter Island and back. A dozen boats, ranging from about 40 feet to 55 feet, will take part

Sag Harbor Student Distributes Personalized Care Packages Benefiting Food Pantry

The enterprising Sag Harbor Elementary School fifth-grader is the founder of Bundles of Joy, a customized care package company that offers several different themed care packages family members and friends can order for their favorite college student, whether they are currently studying on campus or at home.

Torah Cleaning Preserves Jewish Tradition At Jewish Center Of The Hamptons

Torah Cleaning Preserves Jewish Tradition At Jewish Center Of The Hamptons

What’s The Buzz? A Celebration Of Legal Pot In Sag Harbor

Instead, “Sag’s 420 Freedom Rally,” which took place — when else? — at 4:20 p.m. on Tuesday, April 20, in Sag Harbor’s John Steinbeck Waterfront Park, was billed as an opportunity to inform people about the Marijuana Regulation and Taxation Act that was passed last month by the State Legislature and signed into law by Governor Andrew Cuomo.

Sag Harbor Developer Says He would Offer Space For 7-Eleven If He Could Only...

Sag Harbor Developer Says He would Offer Space For 7-Eleven If He Could Only Get A Building Permit

Pierson Prom To Be Hosted At School; Offer From Bay Street Of Tent Is...

Pierson Prom To Be Hosted At School; Offer From Bay Street Of Tent Is Declined

Mayor Still Hopes To See Powell Land Preserved Despite Rejection Of Offer

Mayor Still Hopes To See Powell Land Preserved Despite Rejection Of Offer

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