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New Van Will Help Sag Harbor Cinema Take The Show On The Road

New Van Will Help Sag Harbor Cinema Take The Show On The Road

Sag Harbor American Music Festival Plans Its Return

Kelly Dodds, the director of the nonprofit festival, which has hosted a weekend of largely free music across Sag Harbor for the past decade, told the Sag Harbor Village Board March 9 that she was optimistic the festival could return this year, if even on a reduced scale

EXPRESS SESSIONS: Shinnecock Officials, Local Lawmakers Examine Nation’s Economic Development Efforts

Shinnecock Officials, Local Lawmakers Examine Nation's Economic Development Efforts

Zeldin Continues Criticisms Of Cuomo But Has Yet To Decide Where He Will Be...

U.S. Representative Lee Zeldin this week continued his now regular criticisms of Governor Andrew Cuomo, though he has yet to indicate what his own political plans are.

Mass Vaccination Center At Stony Brook Southampton Campus Opens Friday

New York State will open a mass vaccination site at the Stony Brook Southampton college campus on Friday, March 19, with appointments for up to 1,000 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine available each day.

New Effort Appealing To HTO Pilots To Respect Curfews And Reduce Noise Impacts

A group of aviators, who have been leading a public campaign to spotlight the fear that town officials may seek to shut down East Hampton Airport as soon as later this year, say that they are working in conjunction with all the aircraft operators who use the airport regularly to develop a “Pilot’s Pledge” that the group hopes will be able to rein in the most bothersome flights in and out of the airport.

Assembly Leaders Start Cuomo Impeachment Investigation; Thiele Says First Step Is Warranted

The East End’s state legislators have thrown their support behind the consideration of impeachment proceedings against Governor Andrew Cuomo in the wake of sexual harassment allegations and the alleged attempts to “cover up” the true number of deaths from COVID-19 in state nursing homes.

Proposed Changes To Sag Harbor Beach Law Raises Some Hackles

What Sag Harbor Village officials said was a simple matter of updating the rules and regulations governing behavior at village parks and beaches, brought a storm of protest to a March 9 public hearing before the Village Board.

Thousands Of Vaccinations For South Fork Seniors

After months of pleas by local officials, thousands of local senior citizens got their first COVID-19 vaccine shots at distribution PODs on the South Fork last week, with the anticipation of much easier access to the growing supply of doses on the horizon.

Bay Street Proposes Summer Productions In 7-Eleven Parking Lot

Tracy Mitchell, the theater’s executive director, told the board Bay Street wants to erect a 95-foot-by-90-foot tent in the 7-Eleven parking lot so it can hold its Summer 2021 Main Stage season there from May 29 to September 5.

Sag Harbor Will Seek Funding For Sewer Engineering Study

Sag Harbor Will Seek Funding For Sewer Engineering Study

Wainscott Village Petition Determined To Be Insufficient By Supervisor

Proponents of creating a new village in Wainscott this week decried the determination by East Hampton Town Supervisor Peter Van Scoyoc on Friday that the petition submitted calling for a village referendum was legally inadequate to force a vote.

Floating The Notion: Councilman and Committee Continue To Support Helium Balloon Ban

Floating The Notion: Councilman and Committee Continue To Support Helium Balloon Ban

Sag Harbor Wants Gas Ball Property As Municipal Parking Lot, Putting It In Competition...

The enthusiastic talk of a partnership between Sag Harbor Village and Bay Street Theater that accompanied the announcement last fall that Bay Street had purchased the Water Street Shops building as a site for a new theater has taken on a competitive edge, as both sides seek to gain control of the National Grid gas ball property at Bridge and Water streets.

Limited Paid Parking Expected To Be Approved In Sag Harbor

This summer, Sag Harbor will get its first taste of paid parking, albeit on a much reduced level than originally proposed. At a February 24 work session, the Village Board agreed it would move forward with a pilot program to require paid parking at 94 spaces on Long Wharf from Memorial Day to Columbus Day.

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