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Morpurgo House Hits the Market

The historic house at 6 Union Street in Sag Harbor, known as the Morpurgo house after its most recent inhabitants, is officially back on the real estate market.

PHOTOS/VIDEO: Spotlight on Boating Shines at Breakwater

The Sag Harbor Express hosted its second annual Spotlight on Boating Party and Trade Show at the Breakwater Yacht Club on Friday, June 8.

Snail of Approval for Local Farmstands

Slow Food East End announced last week that Green Thumb Organic Farm and Sang Lee Farms as the first farm stand recipients of the chapter’s prestigious Snail of Approval Award

Open Minded Organics Growing Hemp, Making CBD Oil

After a yearlong application process, Mr. Falkowski’s Bridgehampton farm received a state license to grow industrial hemp at an undisclosed location and process and sell CBD oil as a therapeutic dietary supplement.

Reconnecting with Nature in a Technology Obsessed World

Reconnecting with nature and the simplicity of childhood is what motivates Victoria Kuss of Barefoot Kids to operate programs year-round through classes, summer camp, a babysitting club, and a playdate program.

Business: Catch the World Cup, Claude’s Names New Chef, T&C Continues Growth

On Thursday, June 14, the battle will begin. Only one of 32 soccer teams can be the best. Only one can win the FIFA World Cup.

Southampton Soap Finds a Brick and Mortar Home

For Deborah Lukasik and Chris O’Shaughnessy, soap making is not a lost art. It is very much in the present.

“Stand Up” Makes World Premiere at Guild Hall

In 2008, Ed Cashin and Fred Doss teamed up and founded Paddlers for Humanity — a humble, grassroots non-profit dedicated to bettering the lives of children and families through mental and physical health initiatives.

The Breakwater Yacht Club Strives to Get Everyone Out on the Water

In Luke Babcock's new position as commodore at the Breakwater Yacht Club in Sag Harbor, it’s all about the East End community.

A Cruising Life in a Boating Culture

“It’s a wonderful way to live your life,” Ted Conklin mused during a recent telephone interview. “It’s an amazing feeling, living on your boat.”

April Gornik and Eric Fischl To Buy Former Sag Harbor Methodist Church

When artist Eric Fischl walked into the former Sag Harbor United Methodist Church building on Madison Street earlier this year, he was captivated.

An Agent’s Guide for Where to Park Your Yacht

In the boating-saturated culture of the Hamptons, waterfront properties with deepwater docks are prime real estate, and in high demand.

A Classic Visitor Wins Sag Harbor Cup

Saturday’s race was held in in stiff winds in Noyac Bay with The Blue Peter and her captain, Mathew Barker, finishing first overall with a corrected time of 3 hours, 19 minutes and 52 seconds.

Ruch Helps Build Confidence Through Baking

Shirley Ruch, the owner of South Fork Bakery, is not only familiar with confronting challenges, but is also comfortable with overcoming them.

Beach Bakery Hits the Market

The East End hotspot and social hub of Westhampton Beach, The Beach Bakery Grand Café— located in the heart of Main Street — is on the market.

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Development Pressure Grows in Azurest, Sag Harbor Hills and Ninevah

The Sag Harbor Zoning Board of Appeals now appears poised to approve variances to clear the way for a new, larger structure at 47 Terry Drive.

Sag Harbor School District Settles Long-Expired Administrators’ Contract

Top administrators in the Sag Harbor School District will receive pay raises of at least 1.9 percent in each of four years covered in a new contract that was approved by the Sag Harbor School Board in a 5-0 vote on Monday.

U.S. Open Seen as a Boon to Most

While official numbers were not made available by the United States Golfing Association (USGA), which runs the event, Southampton Supervisor Jay Schneiderman said that outside of the traffic woes, the event was largely a success.