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With Pledges in Place, Water Testing Will Begin in Sag Harbor

Thanks to major pledges by the Sag Harbor Yacht Club and the Sag Harbor Partnership, Sag Harbor Village will be able to move forward with a plan to test water quality this year at at least four locations scattered across the waterfront.

THAW Fest Unites East End Arts World

Hamptons Art Network’s 19 member organizations are teaming up for this weekend’s THAW Fest to bring a cultural awareness that transcends the luxurious lifestyle often associated with the Hamptons.

Update: Bridgehampton Joins Other Districts in Early Dismissal

The Bridgehampton School will join area school districts in releasing students early from school on Wednesday with a nor'easter expected to pick up intensity...

Congressional Democratic Hopefuls Audition For the Party Faithful

Six Democratic candidates hoping to unseat Republican U.S. Representative Lee Zeldin in November gathered on Friday at St. Michael’s Lutheran Church in Amagansett.

Concerns Over Safety Aired at Sag Harbor School Forum

Residents last Thursday came out to express concerns about school safety, and ways the Sag Harbor School District should look at improving security.

Solemn Remembrances on South Fork for Parkland Shooting Victims

Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, may be more than 1,300 miles away from the South Fork of Long Island. But the presence of the victims of the February 14 mass shooting there was felt right here at home on Wednesday morning

La Superica Set to Close for Good

La Superica, the Sag Harbor restaurant loved by locals for its oversized burritos, perfect margaritas and sunsets over Windmill Beach, will not re-open this spring, according to owner Ken O’Donnell.

State Comptroller Critical of Bridgehampton Fire District

An audit by the New York State comptroller's office has faulted the Bridgehampton Fire District for several alleged deficiencies, including allowing shared passwords in a computer system, not keeping adequate records, and not adhering to its own policies governing purchasing practices.

Parrish Presents Architecture as Art

The Parrish Art Museum is a fitting, and poetic, place to debut the groundbreaking exhibition, “Image Building: How Photography Transforms Architecture” on Sunday, considering the museum itself inspired it.

Tuesday’s Winter Storm Continues to Dump Snow on South Fork

In the village, Mayor Sandra Schroeder declared a snow emergency effective 9 a.m., which means parking is prohibited on village streets.

Killer Bees’ Season Ends in Regional Final

The Bridgehampton boys basketball team, which has made its name in the state basketball tournament, exited the postseason with a 61-44 loss to Newfield Central from the Section IV.

Environmentalists Say There is Contamination at Sand Land Site in Noyac

Testing conducted by the Suffolk County Department of Health Services has revealed contamination of both surface waters and the groundwater at Sand Land, environmentalists said on Friday.

Challenging Schools to Challenge Kids

When it comes to college acceptances, consider that it often comes down to institutions wanting to know that a student has taken the most difficult courses that a school has offered, experts say.That difficult coursework looks different from school to school on the South Fork.

Local Schools Continue Focusing on Safety and Security

This week, at Sag Harbor Elementary School, principal Matt Malone implemented new arrival procedures for parents and others attending morning program.

Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” Opens Friday at Southampton Cultural Center

The tale as old as time is, arguably, the biggest Disney musical Broadway has ever seen, opening Friday night with a cast of familiar characters at the Southampton Cultural Center and marking the end of Center Stage’s 10th anniversary season.

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A Shift in Winter Bird Populations Seen as Climate and Habitat Change

From a distance of several hundred yards, all you can clearly see, even with binoculars, is the flush of white from the breast and a speck of black. Then the bird cocks its head down, breaking the surface of the water, tips forward and disappears.

John Jermain Librarian Wins Diversity Internship

Nancy Myers, 33, met Catherine Creedon, the former director of the John Jermain Memorial Library, when she was a patron and the library was in its temporary quarters on West Water Street during a major renovation.

ARB Seems Open To New Windows In 2-over-2 Style At Historic House

The wrangling over the pros and cons of putting in new windows at the circa 1790 house at 207 Main Street in Sag Harbor went on for another hour at the latest Zoom meeting of the Historic Preservation and Architectural Review Board (HPARB) last week and, in the end, it seemed to have headed back to where it had started.