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Thousands Turn Out For Early Voting In Southampton And East Hampton As Election Day...

With five days still to go before Election Day, November 3, thousands of South Fork residents have already cast their ballots at early voting polling places in East Hampton, Southampton and Riverhead.

VIDEO: Express News Group Hosts 1st Congressional District Debate

The Express News Group hosted a debate on Monday night, October 26, between the two candidates for the 1st Congressional District, incumbent Republican Lee Zeldin and his Democratic challenger Nancy Goroff.

Sag Harbor Police Investigate Burglary at Public Works Building

On Monday, Sag Harbor Village Police announced it is asking the public to help identify two subjects wanted for questioning in connection with a burglary that occurred at the Sag Harbor Village Public Works building on Columbia Street on October 15, around 11 p.m.

Felony DWI Charge for Sag Harbor Resident After Saturday Night Accident

A 22-year-old Sag Harbor resident was charged with a felony count of driving while intoxicated after police said he ran off the road and nearly crashed his pickup truck into a Sag Harbor home on Saturday night after failing to make a turn at the intersection of Hampton and Division Streets.

Bridgehampton Child Care Center To Break Ground On New Building October 24

To be sure, over the years, the center has been expanded with a classroom building and other facilities, but this month, it will mark a major milestone when that rickety old farmhouse, still being used as its main office, is demolished on Saturday, October 24, to make way for a new classroom and administrative center.

Zeldin, Goroff Trade Views And ‘Fact’ Attacks In Virtual Debate Monday

The first debate between U.S. Representative Lee Zeldin and his challenger Dr. Nancy Goroff laid out their thinking on weighty matters of national importance, from the coronavirus pandemic and education inequality to health insurance and immigration that laid bare stark differences between the candidates in their views of the world today.

Volunteers Prepare For Cold Stunned Turtle Rescue Season

“These conditions are actually just about perfect,” said Steve Abbondondello, a volunteer with the New York Marine Rescue Center, who, along with stranding technician Katie Goulder, led to the beach a group of 15 prospective volunteers who they hoped to add to the small army of beach walkers who will look for stranded turtles this season.

MAGA-Gras Parade To Montauk Supports President Trump’s Reelection Campaign

Thousands of supporters of President Trump paraded in their cars from Seaford to the Montauk Lighthouse on Sunday.

Fire Truck Sends Conflicting Message At Pro-Trump Parade

Former Sag Harbor Mayor Brian Gilbride set off an alarm Sunday when he drove a retired Sag Harbor Fire Department truck in a parade of President Trump supporters that traveled across Long Island to the Montauk Lighthouse.

Student at Pierson High School Tests Positive for COVID-19

A student at Pierson High School in Sag Harbor has tested positive for COVID-19, Superintendent Jeff Nichols announced in an email members of the school community Saturday morning.

Morning Announcements ‘Host’ Helps Bridgehampton Students Start Their Day On Right Note

Morning Announcements 'Host' Helps Bridgehampton Students Start Their Day On Right Note

Black Lives Matter Protester Walks From Manhattan To Montauk ‘Lighting One Candle At A...

Leon Goodman’s silent march to protest police brutality isn’t exactly silent. As the 69-year-old Bay Shore resident is walking 118 miles this week from Manhattan’s 59th Street Bridge to the Montauk Lighthouse, he’s got a lot to say.

Sag Harbor Waterfront Moratorium Is Official

The Sag Harbor Village Board on Tuesday formally approved a six-month moratorium on the Planning Board’s authority to approve major applications along a swathe of its central waterfront — but not without a spirited back and forth over the makeup of the committee charged with proposing changes to the zoning code that will guide future development in the area.

Landmark Sagg General Store Building In Sagaponack On The Market For $4 Million

Landmark Sagg General Store Building In Sagaponack On The Market For $4 Million

Sag Harbor Makes Slow And Steady Progress On Green Water Quality Projects

Since adopting a comprehensive water quality improvement plan in 2016, the Village of Sag Harbor has received more than $1.2 million in funding for a dozen projects that are elegant in the simple way they seek to stop pollutants from road runoff from entering the bay and groundwater.

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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.

East End Clergy Brace for Restricted Holiday Season

East End Clergy Brace for Restricted Holiday Season