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By Emily J Weitz There’s no way to talk about Java Nation without acknowledging what it was. For more than 15 years, perched in the...

Co-op Helps Fill the Bike Gap

By Emily J. Weitz The story of the Sag Harbor Cycle Company is unique. It’s not a family-owned business in the usual sense of the...

A Season of Wellness

By Emily J Weitz   The Urban Zen Summer Wellness series kicked off last weekend with Rodney Yee and Colleen Saidman discussing the healing powers of...

Arboriculture is for the Trees

By Emily J Weitz Don’t make the mistake of calling Michael S. Gaines, ISA Board Certified Master Arborist, a “tree guy.” Even though the Lorax...

Reaching Out to the Community

By Andrew Rudansky Pulling together all the details related to Sag Harbor’s annual HarborFest every year is a lot of work. Alan Fruitstone will certainly...

That Tangy Taste of Summer

By Claire Walla Invoking the cool, laid-back aura of the film to which its amber-colored label pays homage, “Pete’s Endless Summer” line of sauces and...

Furnishing the Great Outdoors

By Emily J. Weitz For over a hundred years, Dodds and Eder has been in the business of serving Long Islanders what they need. But...

Capturing the Essence of Sag Harbor

By Emily J Weitz Sag Harbor has a little version of everything, and it’s always the best. The best little Italian restaurant, the best little...

Mac Spoken Here

By Emily J. Weitz If Sheryl Heller is your tech person, you’d never suspect she ever ventured to do anything else. She seems precisely attuned...

New Businesses: Welcome to Sag Harbor!

By Emily J. Weitz Memorial Day Weekend marks the beginning of a long summer of trips to the farm stands, afternoons at the beach, and...

The Bali Connection at the Furniture Garden

By Emily J Weitz Zooming down 27, heading east, there’s a little patch of Zen that breaks up the frenzy. A reclining Buddha, a massive Ganesh,...

Positioning Solar as Affordable Energy Source

By Emily J. Weitz Our nation’s dependence on foreign oil is a subject that is impossible to avoid. With gas prices surpassing $4 per gallon...

One Stop Shop for Discerning Diners

By Emily J. Weitz The lush green lawn of Water Mill Commons has been aching for an anchor since Citarella closed its doors last year....

A Shop Within a Shop

By Emily J. Weitz Over the course of the long winter months in Sag Harbor, life'style had its doors shut tight. Inside, workers were...

Brown Harris Stevens/Houses at Sagaponac: Reviving Field of Progressive Homes

by Emily J Weitz When architectural legend Richard Meier and real estate mogul Harry Brown came up with the idea of Houses at Sagaponac a...

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Sag Harbor Superintendent Katy Graves to Take Leave for “Immediate Surgery”

“With a heavy heart, I regret to inform the members of the Board of Education and the community that I will have to step away from my duties beginning on November, 22, 2019 as the Superintendent of the Sag Harbor Schools for immediate surgery at Memorial Sloan Kettering in New York City,” said Ms. Graves in a letter to the board of education on November 15.

Sag Harbor Community Housing Trust Hopeful For Route 114 Project

Members of the Sag Harbor Community Housing Trust, a nonprofit formed in 2008, said this week they remain hopeful that a partnership with the Town of East Hampton might result in a housing project on Route 114 in Wainscott, just outside of Sag Harbor Village, one that could result in many more housing units than the organization would be able to construct on its own.

Grants Will Be Sought to Restore Revolutionary War Grave Sites at Old Burial Ground...

The Old Burying Ground, one of the South Fork’s oldest cemeteries, is home to more than 330 gravesites, some dating back to the Revolutionary War. And many are in dire need of repair, local historic preservation consultant Zachary Studenroth reported to the Sag Harbor Village Board at its Tuesday night meeting.