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Sag Harbor March Draws Hundreds to Main Street

The protest largely, centered on the president and his administration’s policies on the environment, healthcare, immigration and women’s rights.

“Critical” Affordable Housing Issue Discussed During Express Sessions

Seven influential policymakers and housing advocates came together on Friday to define and discuss an issue that many agree has reached crisis-level.

Housing Trust Finds Mandate Is A Tough Task to Fulfill

The trust is still waiting for funding so it can move forward with razing the existing buildings and replace them with modular, energy-efficient units.

Southampton Eyes Accessory Apartments as Low Impact Fix

It is not that difficult to get permission to add an accessory apartment in Southampton Town, provided your property is at least three-quarters of an acre.

Town Board Approves Pantigo Place Location for New ER

The East Hampton Town Board approved the use of a Pantigo Place parcel for the site of a new emergency room Thursday night.

Joint Effort Seeks To Shed Light on Great Whites

The discovery of a nursery in the waters off Long Island is exciting news because it provides an opportunity to conduct much needed research.

Bridgehampton Child Care Center Plans a Major Expansion

The Bridgehampton Child Care Center is planning to launch a capital program to raise the estimated $1.5 million it will need to build an addition.

Sag Harbor Planning Board: Cinema Will Not Have Environmental Impact

The board signed off on a state-mandated study of the cinema rebuild that concluded it will likely have "no significant adverse environmental impacts."

David Lys Appointed To Town Board, Despite Objection

The East Hampton Town Board appointed David Lys to fill the seat left vacant when Peter Van Scoyoc was elected supervisor in November.

Sag Harbor Residents Unable to Pay Village Taxes in Advance

As homeowners across Long Island scramble to pay property taxes early, Sag Harbor residents have learned they won’t be able to pay village taxes early.

Person of the Year: Venesinas Put Community First at Conca D’Oro

When Tony and Lena Venesina, who opened Conca D’Oro in 1975 and continued to run the business with their son, Frankie, sold the restaurant, it hurt.

The Top Ten Stories of 2017

Here are the Top Ten stories that appeared in The Sag Harbor Express during the year just passed.

Debates Over Air Control Tower Amid Robust Financial Outlook

The town board asked the airport manager for more information about a taller air traffic control tower amid complaints from some Sag Harbor residents.

Student-Run Athletic Council To Give Advice at Pierson

The Athletic Director’s Student Council will offer feedback on the sports programs for the district’s athletic director, Eric Bramoff.

Sag Harbor Cinema Project Earns $1.4 Million in State Funding

The Sag Harbor Cinema Arts Center has earned $1.4 million in grant funding, putting the entity over the finish line in its goal to purchase the property.

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27Speaks: Help Wanted; The Difficulty In Recruiting And Maintaining Employees On The East End

In this week’s edition of 27Speaks, the editors look back on a virtual Express Sessions event held on October 14 in which East End employers discussed the trials they are facing hiring and retaining employees post-pandemic.

Pierson Boys Cross Country Finishes Second To Southold, Girls Pick Up A Pair Of...

A victory over Southold at Indian Island Park on Wednesday for the Pierson boys cross country team would have forced a share of the...

Bridgehampton School Celebrates Community, New Addition

A throng of children, parents, teachers, and curious community members descended on the back field of the Bridgehampton School on Saturday, October 16, to celebrate the start of the new school year and the completion of the district’s major $29 million expansion project.