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A Pitch For French Ball Game In Sag Harbor

walkway between the Sag Harbor Pharmacy and the Variety Store, formally named Reimann’s Alley after the one-time owner of the drugstore, could be transformed into a pocket park — complete with pair of courts for the quintessential French game.

Sag Harbor Man A Casualty of ‘White House Retribution’ As Expedited International Clearances Suspended...

New York residents would no longer be eligible to enroll or re-enroll in Trusted Traveler programs.

Yacht Club Work May Create Link for Bay Street Runoff Control Projects

The Sag Harbor Yacht Club’s plan to replace an aging, creosoted wooden bulkhead on its Bay Street waterfront with a new vinyl bulkhead sparked a public brainstorming session on February 6 as the chair of the Harbor Committee, Mary Ann Eddy, pushed for the work to complement a publicly funded water quality project that will be installed this spring on either side of the Yacht Club site to reduce stormwater runoff.

Falkowski Brings Cannabis to the Forefront at Sag Harbor Forum

Open Minded Organics President David Falkowski has organized a forum on cannabis production in New York State this Saturday at the Wamponamon Masonic Lodge in Sag Harbor — an effort the Bridgehampton-based farmer and local businessowner said this week was aimed at giving public officials objective information on what cannabis programs are available in the state and where pending legislation that impacts those businesses stands.

‘Green Light’ Proponents Say Law Is Working As Hoped, And Long Lines At The...

Proponents of New York State’s new Green Light Law say the new rules, which removed a 2007 requirement of legal immigration documents to receive a driver’s license, have been working well, and they are celebrating the extent to which it has been embraced.

With New State Grant, Time To Lean In For Food Hub On Stony Brook...

The East End Food Institute is getting a piece of the pie, thanks to a $300,000 grant from New York Empire State Development

Sag Harbor Police Department Purchases First Hybrid Vehicle

Last week, the Sag Harbor Village Police Department became the first department in Suffolk County to own the first-ever pursuit-rated hybrid police SUV — a new model by Ford that Sag Harbor Village Police Chief Austin J. McGuire said represents a move towards sustainability he expects most police departments will adopt in coming years.

South Fork Mayors Throw Support Behind Fleming

It appears Suffolk County Legislator Bridget Fleming is on a roll when it comes to endorsements.

Finish Line In Sight for Bridgehampton Pedestrian Safety Improvements

The ongoing state-funded effort to improve pedestrian safety in Bridgehampton is nearing completion, with new lighted crosswalk, sidewalk, handicapped ramp and concrete work from the monument at Ocean Road west to Butter Lane nearly complete.

Gornik-Fischl Plan for Church Property Wins Final Approvals from Planning Board

The Sag Harbor Planning Board on January 28 gave final approval to husband-and-wife artists Eric Fischl and April Gornik’s proposal to convert the imposing 19th-century former Methodist Church into a residential arts center.

Ørsted Asks Again To Begin Testing Soils In Wainscott For Wind Farm Cable Route

Offshore wind farm developer Ørsted says it is resuming plans to conduct soil and archaeological samplings along town roads in Wainscott, pending a second approval from the East Hampton Town Board, as part of a plan to land an offshore cable at the end of Beach Lane.

A Call For Volunteers In Sag Harbor

But the 30 people who showed up for a January 22 Village Board work session dedicated to the subject of encouraging volunteerism agreed that more help would always be welcome.

Thiele Legislation Would Grant Local Authority Over Sand Land Mine In Noyac

Thiele Legislation Would Grant Local Authority Over Sand Land Mine In Noyac

Green Light Law, Enhanced License Requirement Create Long Lines At Department Of Motor Vehicles

The state’s Green Light Law, which allows undocumented immigrants living in the country without legal permission to use foreign-issued documents to prove their age and identity so they can apply for driver’s licenses, has flooded State DMV offices with crowds of hopeful, would-be drivers since it took effect in December. Combined with a rush of people applying for enhanced driver’s licenses — which soon will be helpful for U.S. domestic air travel — have made for unusually long lines.

Concerns Are Toned Down In Response To Toned-Down Music Law For East Hampton Bars

Concerns Are Toned Down In Response To Toned-Down Music Law For East Hampton Bars

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