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‘Legs’ Owners Plead Guilty in Court

Guilty pleas were entered in Sag Harbor Village Justice Court on August 23 to “two sets of tickets” for zoning violations against Madison Street homeowners Ruth Vered and Janet Lehr for keeping the Larry Rivers “Legs” sculpture erected adjacent to their Madison Street house.

Amidst a Changing Tide, Donna Karan Settles in Sag Harbor

On any given day, Donna Karan takes a trip around the world — draped in fabrics from Italy and surrounded by furniture from Bali, Thailand and South Africa.

Osprey Survey Shows Species is Thriving

The East End osprey population has been flourishing, with the number of active nesting sites increasing more than 50 percent in the region since 2014.

Longtime TCO Trades Sag Harbor Traffic for New York City Ports

Next week, after more than a decade working as a traffic control officer helping to keep Sag Harbor’s busiest streets orderly, Mr. Londono, 28, will depart the village for the New York Port Authority Police Academy.

Sag Harbor School Board Limits Middle Schoolers’ Cell Phone Use

Come September, students at Pierson Middle School will have to keep their cell phones not only silenced, but also out of sight and not in pockets or otherwise on their person

SummerFest Returns to the Southampton Arts Center

For foodies, SummerFest is the one Hamptons event that should not be missed. In addition to serving as the premier fundraiser for the Southampton Arts Center, the event allows some of the East End’s most prominent chefs and restaurants to proudly showcase their latest culinary creations.

Board Hears Debate Over Billy Joel’s House, Postpones Vote

While musician Billy Joel was getting ready to sing at Madison Square Garden on Thursday, several Sag Harbor residents were busy vocalizing staunch opposition to the renovations he has proposed for his house on Bay Street during a meeting of the Board of Historic Preservation and Architectural Review.

A Call for Pressure to Shut Down Sand Land

Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele Jr. expressed astonishment on Tuesday that the New York State DEC hasn’t acknowledged a recent county water quality report as damning evidence that the Wainscott Sand and Gravel Corporation sand mine.

Ferraris Steps Down from Sag Harbor Village Planning Board

Gregory Ferraris, a former Sag Harbor Village Mayor and Trustee, stepped down from his post as chairman of the village planning board on Monday.

Sag Harbor Zoning Board Takes Up West Water Street Condos

When Sag Harbor’s Board of Historic Preservation and Architectural Review last viewed preliminary plans for Jay Bialsky’s redevelopment of 2 West Water Street, its chairman predicted the village’s Zoning Board of Appeals would have a hard time with the project. That’s exactly what began to unfold Tuesday.

Water Authority Breaks Ground on New District in Wainscott

The Suffolk County Water Authority broke ground Monday morning on a new water district in Wainscott — a $24 million project that will bring public water to 520 homes in the hamlet.

Breakfast, Lunch To Be Offered Free of Charge at Bridgehampton School

Starting in September, breakfast and lunch will now be a free-for-all at the Bridgehampton School — literally. Every student, regardless of family income, will now receive free breakfasts and lunches at the school if he or she chooses to, the school district recently announced.

Perils of Opioid Crisis Discussed at Guild Hall

There were some striking takeaways from a fast-paced, sharply-focused discussion of the opioid crisis Monday night at Guild Hall in East Hampton.

Elite Runners Rule the Day and Course Record Falls at Ellen’s Run

Erik Engstrom, a native of East Hampton set a blazing pace in the early going before setting a new course record of 15:39.97 at the 23rd Annual Ellen's Run in Southampton on Saturday.

New Year, Same Script at Artists Writers Softball Game

The 70th annual Artists and Writers Softball Game was held Saturday at Herrick Park in East Hampton, where the writers won for the third consecutive year, this time by a score of 12-8.

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Pilots Group Says East Hampton Airport Drives $77 Million Into Local Economy, Supports 800...

A pilots group this week released an economic study it commissioned that says the people who arrive in the Hamptons each year through East Hampton Airport drive nearly $80 million in spending and support more than 800 jobs.

Bridgehampton Copes With Flurry Of COVID-19 Cases

The Bridgehampton School, which currently has a total enrollment of only 211 students, has been dealing with a growing number of COVID-19 cases in recent weeks.

Suffolk Worst In Continued Rise In COVID-19 Infections, Hospitalizations

One year after the first cases of COVID-19 were identified in the United States, Long Island continued to be the worst hot spot in New York State for the spread of the coronavirus this week — posting the highest infection rates, the highest hospitalization rate and the most new cases outside of New York City.