The Southampton Town Board unanimously passed a graves protection act last September, becoming the first municipality in New York State to establish protocols for what must be done if human remains are found on private property.
Bay Street Theater’s proposal to hold its Summer Stage series outdoors continues to draw pushback from Sag Harbor Village officials, who have yet to rule on the request.
Sag Harbor Village’s bid to obtain a long-term lease on what is commonly called the gas ball parking lot at the corner of Long Island Avenue and Bridge Streets has been rejected by National Grid in favor of a higher offer from Friends of Bay Street.
Unless some 11th-hour cuts are made, the Sag Harbor Village Board is expecting to pierce the New York State cap on tax levy increases with this year’s proposed $12.6 million budget.
The Sag Harbor Village Zoning Board of Appeals reversed course at its latest meeting when the members realized that the solar tiles would be larger than they originally thought.
An application for a second-story deck that was the subject of controversy in Sag Harbor Village — a controversy that included an arrest — is back before village regulatory boards.
Sag Harbor Village, White’s Apothecary Sag Harbor, Save Sag Harbor and village emergency medical services will team up to offer COVID-19 vaccines at the American Legion on Bay Street on Tuesday, March 30.
Adam Potter, the chairman of Friends of Bay Street, confirmed on Thursday, March 25, that he was in contract personally for the purchase of the building at 11 Bridge Street in Sag Harbor, which is commonly known as the Dodds & Eder building.
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New York State added more than 2 million state residents to the COVID-19 eligibility list this week and began allowing individual medical practices to start requesting vaccine allocations for their doctors to administer to patients — some of which have already started booking appointments.
Fulfilling a pledge to clarify the village’s decades-old limits on vegetative clearing, the North Haven Village Board last week unveiled what Mayor Jeff Sander called “significant changes” to the clearing code at the board’s March 16 Zoom session.
New York State Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele Jr. said this week he would introduce a bill that would direct the governor’s office to negotiate...
It was a case of some good news mixed in with some bad news when Dr. Christopher Gobler appeared at a Zoom meeting of the Sag Harbor Village Harbor Committee on March 18 to review the findings of water testing conducted in Sag Harbor last year.
The group, which calls itself the Sag Harbor Traffic Crisis Committee, has been lobbying the village government to demand that New York State take steps to deploy traffic-calming measures when it begins a major repaving job of Route 114 from the beginning of Ferry Road in North Haven to Stephen Hands Path in East Hampton.
Marit Molin, Founder Of Hamptons Community Outreach, Honored As Suffolk County’s ‘Woman of Distinction’
Marit Molin, Founder Of Hamptons Community Outreach, Honored As Suffolk County's 'Woman of Distinction'