East Hampton and Sag Harbor villages plan to implement new smartphone app-based parking systems next spring that will allow car owners to extend the amount of time they are allowed to park, for a fee — a move seen as a boon to businesses as well as a revenue boost for the villages.
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A 58-year-old Sag Harbor woman pleaded guilty Monday, November 16, to defrauding her former employer out of more than $250,000 using a company credit card and now faces 12 to 18 months in prison when she is sentenced in March next year.
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Cases of COVID-19 in Suffolk County, and locally, have been on a steady uptick in the last two weeks, and spiked over the last three days to levels not seen since May, in what Suffolk County health officials say they suspect reflects the spread of coronavirus at Halloween parties.
Contractors moved three modular buildings into place on the east side of the Bridgehampton School on Monday that will provide a total of 24 roughly 9-by-6-foot offices for teachers.
The Nathaniel Rogers House, which is being completely restored as the future headquarters of the Bridgehampton Museum, is not the only part of the hamlet that is being spruced up. A walk through the business district reveals a variety of small projects, ranging from new pedestrian crosswalks to new curbside tree plantings, that are adding up to big improvements for the area.
The ongoing — and much delayed — renovation of the Nathaniel Rogers House in Bridgehampton inched forward last week when contractors lifted a replica of the building’s decorative cupola to the rooftop on November 4.
New York State Public High School Athletic Association Executive Director Dr. Robert Zayas released a statement on November 9, saying that “low and moderate risk” winter sports — including bowling, gymnastics, indoor track and field, skiing, and swimming and diving — are permitted to go ahead with their seasons and start practicing on November 30, while the “high-risk” sports — wrestling, basketball, and cheerleading—still await authorization.
Sag Harbor School District announced Sunday that all schools will be closed on Monday “out of an abundance of caution” after a school district employee tested positive for COVID-19 on Saturday.