Government

Approve Demolition

Members of the Sag Harbor Historical Preservation and Architectural Review Board (ARB) have widely debated the guidelines for home demolition in Sag Harbor village,...

Looks Like Three for Mayor

With June elections fast approaching, it’s shaping up to be an interesting campaign season as three prospective candidates have tentatively announced their candidacy for...

Police Blotter, March 15: Three Young Men Face Felony Charges

On Saturday, March 7, the Southampton Town Police Department’s Detective Division reported the arrest of Ashley T. Koral, 27, Spencer W. Koral, 24, and...

Harbor Committee Weighs In on New Code

Harbor committee meetings are usually relaxed, quiet affairs, but on Monday evening, members of the public and Sag Harbor’s planning consultant Richard Warren shared...

Board Readies for Spring

The Sag Harbor Board of Trustees prepared for the spring season at their monthly meeting on Tuesday, March 10 by signing off on an...

Party Calendar Fills Up

The process for special event permits in Sagaponack is finally working the way trustees in the village intended. After several months of tweaking a...

National Grid Likely to Finish in May

 http://www.youtube.com/v/ZnYCP236-9U&hl=en&fs=1 Anyone taking a stroll down Long Island Avenue might think the circus is in town if they catch a glimpse of the giant white...

East End Digest: February 26, 2009

Bridgehampton Citarella to Open The former location of the IGA in Bridgehampton will be opening under the name Citarella come April 2009. Citarella considers...

New Harbor Heights Owners to Install Sign

As the winter slows traffic on the streets, the number of items on the agenda for the Sag Harbor Historic Preservation and Architectural Review...

Headley Studio Plans Approved, with Changes

During Tuesday's Sag Harbor Planning Board meeting, Michael Minkoff, the prospective buyer of the Headley Studio property on Main Street, was granted site plan...

State to Audit Southampton Town Budget Systems

In light of the current fiscal discrepancy in the Southampton Town’s capital accounts, Councilwoman Anna Throne-Holst is calling for a legal opinion on reorganization...

Stimulus Package May Help at Home

The ink is not yet dry on the stimulus package, but local municipalities may see federal money flowing into their coffers very soon. According...

New Village Zoning Code Nears Final Draft

After two-and-a-half years of zoning planning, code drafting, public forums and numerous revisions, the proposed village zoning code might be enacted as early as...

Last Time for Grievance Day?

On Tuesday afternoon, Sag Harbor Mayor Greg Ferraris, trustees Brian Gilbride and Ed Gregory, and Village Hall Registrar Sandra Schroeder sat in the Municipal...

Sorting Out Summer Soirees Before Season

Sagaponack Village officials are plugging away on requests to hold parties, due to their recent adoption of a local law pertaining to outdoor assembly...

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George Floyd Protest And March Slated For Tuesday In Bridgehampton

Three East End community members — Lisa Votino and Lisa Gagliardo of Southampton and Willie Jenkins of Bridgehampton — are planning a protest slated for Tuesday, June 2, at 5 p.m.

Sag Harbor Village to Limit Parking to 45 Minutes on Main Street

On Friday, Sag Harbor Mayor Kathleen Mulcahy said she would sign an executive order limiting parking to 45 minutes on Main Street.

Virtual Runs Are Real Fundraisers In Time Of COVID-19

Though in-person competitive running has fallen victim to the COVID-19 pandemic, many of Long Island’s annual races are keeping the tradition alive through virtual races.