Elections & Politics

Sag Harbor Mayoral Candidate Profile: Sandra Schroeder

A Sag Harbor native, Sandra Schroeder worked for the village for many years, starting in the office of former village clerk Joan Feehan before...

Sag Harbor Mayoral Candidate Profile: Dr. Robby Stein

Robby Stein, a psychotherapist, was appointed to the Sag Harbor Village Board by Mayor Brian Gilbride in 2009 and has been elected to three...

Sag Harbor Trustee Candidate Profile: Ed Deyermond

Ed Deyermond has led a career in public service, serving as an assessor in East Hampton Town, two stints as sole assessor in Southampton...

Sag Harbor Trustee Candidate Profile: Ken O’Donnell

The owner of La Superica restaurant, Ken O’Donnell said the catalyst for his first run for village trustee in 2013 was the possibility that...

Sag Harbor Justice Candidate Profile: Lisa Rana

East Hampton Town Justice Lisa Rana, who has served as the backup judge for the Sag Harbor Village Justice Court since it was launched...

Sag Harbor Justice Candidate Profile: Stephen Grossman

Stephen Grossman had just finished a fellowship at George Washington University working with the Veterans Administration  in 1980 when, back home on Long Island,...

Sag Harbor Justice Candidate Profile: Michael Bromberg

Michael Bromberg, a retired lawyer who has served on both the Sag Harbor School Board and Village Zoning Board of Appeals, is running for...

It’s Official: Schneiderman To Head Southampton Democratic Ticket

The game of political musical chairs continues in Southampton Town, where County Legislator Jay Schneiderman, a member of the Independence Party, was officially nominated as its town supervisor candidate by the Southampton Town Democratic Committee at its convention on Wednesday night at 230 Elm Street in Southampton.

Schiavoni Leads Sag Harbor Candidates in School Board Race as Budget & Incumbents Win...

A vote of confidence was clearly levied Tuesday night in the Sag Harbor School District, as residents turned out overwhelmingly in favor of the 2015-16 budget and re-elected two incumbents and one newcomer to the school board by landslide margins. Bridgehampton voters also overwhelmingly supported that district’s budget and re-elected three board members who ran unopposed.

Southampton Supervisor Anna Throne-Holst Eyes Congress

Southampton Town Supervisor Anna Throne-Holst has confirmed that she will give up her town position this year and challenge freshman Republican Representative Lee Zeldin in 2016 instead.

Five Candidates Seek Three Seats in Sag Harbor

Five candidates are vying for three seats on the Sag Harbor School Board in Tuesday’s board’s election and budget vote. Candidates were asked to weigh in on a number of issues during two public forums in the last week—first at a Sag Harbor PTA/PTSA Meet the Candidates evening last Thursday and again at the Noyac Civic Council on Tuesday.

Races Set in Sag Harbor, North Haven

There were no surprises when the deadline passed on Tuesday, May 12, for candidates for Sag Harbor Village candidates to turn in their nomination petitions.

Suffolk County Democrats Look to Bridget Fleming for County Legislature

Southampton Town Councilwoman Bridget Fleming has a big decision to make in the next two weeks: to run for another term on the town...

Two Trustees Announce They’ll Run for Sag Harbor Mayor

Sag Harbor Village voters will elect both a new mayor and a new village justice when they go to the polls on June 16.

Candidates Come Forward for School Board Races in Sag Harbor and Bridgehampton

Voters in Sag Harbor and Bridgehampton will return to the polls next month to cast their ballots for school board candidates and approve or deny districts’ proposed budgets.

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Hamptons Doc Fest Conversation with the East End Green Team

Presented as part of its Docs Equinox program of three environment-focused films for Earth Day weekend, April 22 to 25, Hamptons Doc Fest offers a free online “Conversation Centerpiece” with five local eco-advocates, “the new keepers of our planet,” explained Hamptons Doc Fest founder and Executive Director Jacqui Lofaro.

Story Time At Bay Street with Hyewon Yum

The fourth offering in Bay Street Theater’s “Story Time,” a new series of eight children’s books read aloud on Zoom by the authors themselves, will feature Hyewon Yum reading “Grandpa Across the Ocean,” at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, April 17.

See Oscar Nominees on the Big Screen

In advance of the Academy Awards ceremony on Sunday, April 25, the Sag Harbor Cinema is hosting special theatrical viewings of Oscar-nominated films, providing an opportunity to see these movies on the big screen, the way the filmmakers intended. Starting April 16, Sag Harbor Cinema’s soft-opening program continues with screenings of all the 2021 Best Picture nominees, plus special Saturday and Sunday matinées, featuring one of the nominees for Best Documentary.