East Hampton and Sag Harbor villages plan to implement new smartphone app-based parking systems next spring that will allow car owners to extend the amount of time they are allowed to park, for a fee — a move seen as a boon to businesses as well as a revenue boost for the villages.
With COVID-19 infections again on the rise, health officials are urging residents to install apps on their smartphones that will allow them to be alerted if they have been in close proximity to someone who has tested positive for a coronavirus infection.
Project MOST’s afterschool programs have been available for families that need help in these difficult times, and now, the nonprofit is hoping to garner community support to stay afloat.
It’s a given that 2020 has been one of the gloomiest years in memory. Now, with the coronavirus pandemic putting the kibosh on holiday plans for so many people, the Sag Harbor Historical Society has dreamed up a way to help spread a little community cheer by asking residents to sign up for its “Light Up the Harbor” celebration.
New Shelter Director's Focus Is Always On The Animals
Bid for Septic Upgrade Exemption, Nixed Last Time, May Get Second Shot in North Haven
Hampton Library In Bridgehampton Plans An Interior Makeover
Unless Congress sends more COVID-19 pandemic disaster aid, Suffolk County plans to make severe cuts in staffing, programs and services midway through 2021 under the terms of a $3.197-billion operating budget that was adopted with only technical changes on November 16 by the County Legislature.
Building Won't Be Done, But Bridgehampton Aims To Bring Back Older Students After Thanksgiving
Members of the Town Board took up the question again during their November 19 work session. By discussion’s end, unlike balloons that deflate, fall and turn to trash, the question continued to hang in the air.
A 48-year-old Bohemia man was arrested on a felony charge after police say he submitted a forged village permit to the Village of Sag Harbor Planning Board.
In this week’s edition of 27Speaks, the editors are joined by reporter Cailin Riley, who penned a wonderful column in the spring on parenting during the pandemic. The podcast explores the trials and tribulations of taking care of kids during coronavirus, what’s going on with the schools, and hopes for eventually getting back to normal.
New COVID-19 Cases Reported at Sag Harbor Elementary and John Marshall
In Monday night’s Board of Education meeting, Sag Harbor Schools Superintendent Jeff Nichols offered a sobering assessment of where the school district — and...
New Traffic Monitors Yield Surprising Information In Sag Harbor