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Winter Of Our Discontent: Sag Harbor Committee Ponders Dropping Steinbeck Name From New Park

Sag Harbor Committee Ponders Dropping Steinbeck Name From New Park

Pierson Girls Basketball Team Knocks Off Port Jeff in B/C Final

Gylia Dryden has picked the perfect time to peak. The Bridgehampton junior had a career game on Tuesday evening, scoring a game-high 18 points in leading the Pierson/Bridgehampton girls basketball team to a 47-32 drubbing of Port Jefferson.

B. Smith Remembered As Shrewd Businesswoman, Compassionate Friend, Approachable Neighbor

B. Smith, owner of namesake restaurants in New York and Sag Harbor, model, and author died Saturday. She was 70 and had suffered early-onset Alzheimer’s disease.

North Haven Sets Hearing On Rule To Limit Rentals To One Every Two...

The North Haven Village Board last week scheduled a hearing on a not-yet-released proposal to limit rentals to one within any two-week period

Sag Harbor Clergy To Host Forum On Experiences At The U.S.-Mexico Border

On Thursday, February 27, from 6 to 7:30 p.m., Ms. Campbell will be joined in the sanctuary of the Christ Church by Temple Adas Israel Rabbi Dan Geffen and the Reverend Kimberly Quinn Johnson of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the South Fork for a panel discussion, “Our Experience of the Crisis at the Border,” moderated by Patty McCormack

Honest Plate Brings Clean, Meal Delivery Service to the South Fork

In January, Watermill resident Ashley Heather, founder of co-working space, The Spur, which has locations in both East Hampton and Southampton, launched a new business. Honest Plate, a clean-eating meal service, offers clients up to five meals per week, all of which are already cooked. Following pick-up, subscribers to the service simply reheat the meals and serve them: no prepping, cooking, or waiting required.

Top-Seeded Whalers Knocked from Postseason

Beating a team three times in one season is supposed to be a challenge, according to the old adage, and it proved true on...

Vered Arrested Following Disturbance At Sag Harbor Film Screening

Ruth Kalb, 80, a Sag Harbor art dealer who goes by the name Vered, was arrested Wednesday, February 12, by Sag Harbor Village police at Tutto Giorno restaurant on Main Street following a screening of the documentary, “Conscience Point.”

Water Taxi Proposes to Return to Sag Harbor

The Peconic Jitney, a passenger-only ferry service that linked the villages of Sag Harbor and Greenport during the summer of 2012, may be making a comeback.

No Cases, But Local Hospitals Prep for Coronavirus

Officials from local hospitals said this week that they have taken precautions just in case they come in contact with 2019 novel coronavirus.

Legendary Editor, Alice Mayhew, Dies at 87

The legion of legendary editors who earned fierce loyalty from some of the top authors in the United States was diminished last week by the death of Alice Mayhew. She died on February 4 at 87 at her apartment in Manhattan.

SANS Named One of “Seven to Save” By Preservation Society

The Sag Harbor Hills, Azurest and Ninevah subdivisions, collectively known as “SANS” was named one of the “Seven to Save” by the Preservation League of New York State last week, a biennial list of historic places the league highlights as “at-risk” throughout the State of New York.

Sag Harbor Man A Casualty of ‘White House Retribution’ As Expedited International Clearances Suspended...

New York residents would no longer be eligible to enroll or re-enroll in Trusted Traveler programs.

Hemp Farmer Organizes Forum on Ins and Outs of Cannabis Rules and Production

“I can’t wait for people to understand what I do a little better instead of knocking on my door asking to be a tester,” Steve Halton, CEO of CNY Hemp Processing in New Woodstock, New York, told a group of about 50 people who attended a forum at the Sag Harbor Masonic Lodge on Saturday on the ins and outs — if not  the highs and lows — of cannabis farming,

Study Suggests Boaters May Be Releasing Septic Waste in Sag Harbor

A two-year study of water quality in Sag Harbor found that it is good overall but that nitrogen loading, mostly from conventional cesspools and septic tanks leaching untreated waste into groundwater, is promoting algae growth including a rust tide in the summer. The study also found that fecal bacteria — some of it from human waste, possibly including boaters illegally releasing effluent — is an issue in some locations.

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Sag Harbor Village Board Meeting Shut Down After “Zoombombing”

The Sag Harbor Village Board of Trustees had to shut down a public meeting launched via Zoom on Friday afternoon after someone hacked into the work session, using racial slurs and profanity in the comments section while village board members attempted to update residents on the coronavirus outbreak.

Sag Harbor School District Cancels Planned Spring Break Per Governor’s Order

The Sag Harbor School District will not take a spring recess April 6 through April 10, although Interim Superintendent Jeff Nichols said in an email to families on Friday that the district did understand some families did need “some time to relax and recharge” and that the district would focus that week’s remote learning programming on review and fun activities for students.

With Gyms Closed, Home Fitness Sees Its Rise

With Gyms Closed, Home Fitness Sees Its Rise