Sag Harbor Building Inspector Resigns

Sag Harbor Village Senior Building Inspector Thomas Preiato has resigned effective January 8 to take a similar position with East Hampton Village, Mayor Kathleen Mulcahy said.

Sag Harbor Wins Lawsuit Challenging Wetlands Permit

A New York State Supreme Court justice, in a decision issued November 25, upheld the Sag Harbor Village Harbor Committee’s decision to deny a wetlands permit for a swimming pool near wetlands at a house at 36 Fordham Street.

Local Hospitals See Rush Of Severe COVID-19 Cases As Second Surge Intensifies

A second wave of the coronavirus pandemic continued to explode across Long Island this past week, much like it did last spring, as government and health officials scrambled to find ways to tamp down the wildfire as well as prepare to defend against its onslaught.

Zoning Code Outdated And Ineffective, Consultant Tells Sag Harbor Village Board

Zoning Code Outdated And Ineffective, Consultant Tells Sag Harbor Village Board

Repaving of Route 114 to Begin in Fall 2021

The long-awaited repaving of State Route 114, stretching between East Hampton and Sag Harbor and to the South Ferry in North Haven, will begin in the fall of 2021, according to a press release issued by Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele Jr. early this week.

East Hampton And Union Hit ‘Roadblock’ Over New Contract

East Hampton Town and its civil service employees’ union are at an impasse on new contract negotiations, two years after the last union contract expired, and are turning to a mediator to try to bring the two sides closer together.

EXPRESS SESSIONS: On The Waterfront, Sag Harbor Community Members, Officials Eye Future Of Village

Many East End villages have unique characteristics that make them attractive to both visitors and the residents who choose to call them home. In Sag...

East Hampton, Sag Harbor Parking Programs Would Allow For More Time, Better Spots, For...

East Hampton and Sag Harbor villages plan to implement new smartphone app-based parking systems next spring that will allow car owners to extend the amount of time they are allowed to park, for a fee — a move seen as a boon to businesses as well as a revenue boost for the villages.

Smartphone Apps Can Alert About Unknown COVID Exposure

With COVID-19 infections again on the rise, health officials are urging residents to install apps on their smartphones that will allow them to be alerted if they have been in close proximity to someone who has tested positive for a coronavirus infection.

Q&A: New Shelter Director’s Focus Is Always On The Animals

New Shelter Director's Focus Is Always On The Animals

Bid for Septic Upgrade Exemption, Nixed Last Time, May Get Second Shot in North...

Bid for Septic Upgrade Exemption, Nixed Last Time, May Get Second Shot in North Haven

Legislator Calls Planned Cuts In County Budget Unacceptable

Unless Congress sends more COVID-19 pandemic disaster aid, Suffolk County plans to make severe cuts in staffing, programs and services midway through 2021 under the terms of a $3.197-billion operating budget that was adopted with only technical changes on November 16 by the County Legislature.

Focusing One Eager Eye On The Sky, Board Mulls Balloon Ban

Members of the Town Board took up the question again during their November 19 work session. By discussion’s end, unlike balloons that deflate, fall and turn to trash, the question continued to hang in the air.

New Traffic Monitors Yield Surprising Information In Sag Harbor

New Traffic Monitors Yield Surprising Information In Sag Harbor

Podcasts Offer Progressive Women A Platform

Podcasts Offer Progressive Women A Platform

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27Speaks: Anxiety About The Rush To Get Vaccinated Against COVID-19

In this week’s edition of 27Speaks, the editors are joined by senior reporter Michael Wright for a discussion about the ongoing rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine, and the questions, confusion and anxiety about getting vaccinated.

Amy Kirwin is Guild Hall’s Inaugural Chief Creative Officer

It was early 2011 when Amy Kirwin and Andrea Grover first met at the Parrish Art Museum in Southampton, and it wasn’t long before the two artistic souls realized they were kindred spirits. “We’re like twins. I came out of the womb first,” said Kirwin, who arrived on the East End in the fall of 2010, just three months ahead of Grover.

Sag Harbor Publisher Dr. Martin Shepard Dies

Dr. Martin Shepard, a psychiatrist, author, and with his wife, Judith, a trailblazing publisher, has died. Dr. Shepard passed away at his home in Sag Harbor surrounded by family on December 17, 2020, after a brief illness. He was 86.