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Zoning Board Faces Dilemma on Wilson Place Mishap

The zoning board held an hour-long work session on the issue and later, during its regular meeting, engaged in a lengthy debate on the topic.

Sag Harbor Voters Approve School Budget, Bus Referendum

Sag Harbor School District voters on Tuesday approved a $42.88 million spending plan for the 2019-2020 school year.

School Budget, Farmstand Leases Are Approved in Bridgehampton

Voters in the Bridgehampton School District gave a collective thumbs-up to the school’s $18.69 million 2019-2020 budget on Tuesday.

East Hampton Town Board Supports Issuing Driver’s Licenses to Undocumented Immigrants

The East Hampton Town Board formally agreed last week to support a bill in the state legislature that would again allow undocumented immigrants to obtain New York State driver’s licenses.

Generations of Trash at Havens Beach Is Now Treasured

“Sag Harbor Long Wharf Archeology & History of Havens Beach” will preview a wealth of historic artifacts collected by amateur archeologists and metal detectorists.

SagTown Settles Code Violations in Village Justice Court

The owner of Sag Town Coffee, one of the village’s most popular java joints, has settled dozens of tickets in Sag Harbor Village Justice Court that were issued by the building inspector starting in September of 2017.

A Small Pierson Ensemble Takes on Big Names in Classical Music

“They’re all level-six musicians,” said Will Fujita, Pierson’s orchestra teacher and chamber group advisor. "That’s the highest level you can get to in New York.”

Sag Harbor Moving Forward with More Learning Center Renovations

The Sag Harbor School District has decided to move ahead with a second slate of renovations at the Sag Harbor Learning Center.

Marder Enters Trustee Race as Sag Harbor Village Election Takes Shape

Silas Marder, a 41-year-old landscape and furniture designer and former gallery owner, has entered the race for one of two seats on the Sag Harbor Village Board of Trustees.

Legislation Introduced That Could Make Mining Illegal at Sand Land

Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele, Jr. and State Senator Kenneth P. LaValle introduced state legislation last week that would prohibit mining on contaminated lands within State designated Special Groundwater Protection Areas.

Sag Harbor School District Comes Up Empty on Academic Support Solutions

The administrators recently sat down with representatives of the Teachers Association of Sag Harbor to hash out some solutions, he said.

Sag Harbor Village Board Awards Bid for Renovation of Long Wharf This Year

About five months after the denial of a major state grant seemed to stall plans to renovate Long Wharf this year, the Sag Harbor Village Board on Tuesday voted to accept the low bid of $4,321,944 from marine contractor Chesterfield Associates of Westhampton Beach to do the job.

Harbor Committee Asks Village to Restore Proposal to Require Boat Registrations in Outer Harbor

Should commercial vessels and boats over 55 feet be required to register with the harbor master before mooring or anchoring in Sag Harbor’s proposed “outer management area” beyond the breakwater?That was one several hot topics Tuesday when the multi-year effort to revise Sag Harbor’s waterways code to set the rules for mooring, anchoring and other boating activity outside the breakwater continued before the Village Board and a packed audience at its monthly meeting Tuesday.

Affordable Apartment Law Expansion Moves to Public Hearing

A proposed change to reduce the minimum lot area required to build a detached affordable apartment in the Town of East Hampton will be introduced for public hearing in June.

Robert Drake Named Lieutenant in Sag Harbor Police Department

Friends and family packed Village Hall Tuesday when the Sag Harbor Village Board promoted Village Police veteran Robert F. Drake from sergeant to lieutenant.

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Pierson was granted a playoff exemption and will play a New York State Class C Southeast Regional Final on June 8 against a team from either Section I or Section IX.

S. Sgt. Edwin R. Bill: Tennessee Mountain Proved More Deadly Than 38 B-17 Missions

Memorial Day is about remembering those men and women who gave their lives for their country, including those whom time is beginning to erase from living memory.One was Edwin Woodruff Bill, a descendant of whaling captains on both sides of his family tree who was born and raised in Sag Harbor.