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Sag Harbor To Consider Moratorium As It Proposes Long-Range Waterfront Planning Study

The Sag Harbor Village Board is considering imposing a six-month moratorium across much of its waterfront, including the Main Street business district, while it undertakes a long-term planning study to provide a blueprint for future development.

Bills To Regulate LIPA, Offer Lower Insurance Rates For Boaters Approved By Legislature

Legislation penned by local state legislators this week, one that provides greater regulation of the Long Island Power Authority and the other that would lower rates for boating liability insurance, passed both houses of the State Legislature and are awaiting action by Governor Andrew Cuomo.

Bid to Preserve Park for North Haven Bolsters Campaign to Re-Site Old Schoolhouse

North Haven’s plan to move its 19th-century schoolhouse from the corner of Payne Avenue and Ferry Road to the Village Hall property to serve as a museum and learning center remains on track.

Swimmers Pulled From Water Near North Haven Beach

Three swimmers were pulled from the waters near the Lance Corporal Jordan C. Haerter Veterans Memorial Bridge in North Haven Sunday afternoon.

Attorney Says Parking Space Requirements Unevenly Applied

The Schiavoni family’s plans to redevelop a former Superfund site with a three-story mixed-use building will require a parking variance to proceed, but the attorney for the Schiavonis says the interpretation of Sag Harbor Village’s parking requirements has been unevenly applied in the past.

Goroff Wants To Move From Classroom To Congress

Goroff Wants To Move From Classroom To Congress

East Hampton Fitness Studio Falls Victim To COVID-19 Closures

East Hamtpon Fitness Studio Falls Victim To COVID-19 Closures

After Thousands Attend Water Mill Chainsmokers Concert, State Officials Decry Town’s Decision to Allow...

Thousands of concertgoers attended a charity music festival headlined by The Chainsmokers in Water Mill on Saturday evening, drawing sharp condemnation from state public health officials and Governor Andrew Cuomo.

Protest In Sag Harbor Targets Humane Society Board Member

Protest In Sag Harbor Targets Humane Society Board Member

Sag Harbor Village Says Temporary Cell Tower Coming To WLNG Site After All

Village officials said this week that Verizon, which had proposed placing a temporary cell antenna, or COW — for Cell On Wheels — at the WLNG radio station on Redwood Road, has agreed to move forward with that plan.

Bold Car Theft Ring Targets High End Cars Ripe For The Taking On East...

Bold Car Theft Ring Targets High End Cars Ripe For The Taking On East End

After A Life Of Advocating For Vulnerable, Ahearn Sets Sights On State Senate

After A Life Of Advocating For Vulnerable, Ahearn Sets Sights On State Senate

State Legislature Passes Measures Making It Easier to Cast Absentee Ballots, Register To Vote

The New York State Assembly and Senate have passed measures that could make it easier for voters to cast absentee ballots as well as register to vote, Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele Jr. announced this week.

Sag Harbor School Board Offered Two Additional Reopening Plans

Superintendent Jeff Nichols announced that the district task force, which has been charged with coming up with a reopening plan, has proposed two additional options to a recommendation unveiled last week that would have students in prekindergarten through ninth grade attend school in person and students in 10th through 12th grades continue to be educated by remote means.

Police in New Jersey Arrest Man Accused of Sag Harbor SUV Theft

South Orange Police in New Jersey arrested Daniel Amponsah and charged him with a felony count of receiving stolen property in connection with the theft of a 2019 black Range Rover Land Rover, which was taken from a Lincoln Street, Sag Harbor driveway on July 20.

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Tropical Storm Warning Issued As Isaias Moves Upward Along Coast

The National Weather Service has issued a tropical storm warning for the East End through Wednesday morning as Tropical Storm Isaias, which is expected to strengthen to a hurricane on Monday, makes it way north along the Atlantic coastline.

Q&A: Jay Schneiderman On The Concert, The Fallout And Dealing With An Angry Governor

Southampton Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman spoke at length on Friday, via Zoom, about the fallout from the July 25 benefit concert in Water Mill featuring the Chainsmokers — and Mr. Schneiderman’s own band, as an opening act — which prompted a call from an angry Governor Andrew Cuomo, and an upbraiding from New York State Health Commissioner Dr. Howard Zucker, after photos of the crowd ignoring social distancing guidelines were widely circulated.

The Express News Group Presents 27Speaks, A Weekly Podcast: July 30 Edition

In this week’s edition of 27Speaks, the editors talk about a Chainsmokers concert in Water Mill last Saturday that drew heavy criticism from Governor Andrew Cuomo and other state officials for infractions of the state’s COVID-19 rules.