A student at Pierson High School in Sag Harbor has tested positive for COVID-19, Superintendent Jeff Nichols announced in an email members of the school community Saturday morning.
In this week’s edition of 27Speaks, the editors are joined by reporter Kitty Merrill and Leon Goodman, who is walking from Manhattan to Montauk in a silence protest of police brutality and to draw awareness to the Black Lives Matter movement.
A team of scientists working out of a Southampton laboratory are working on a way to help determine the level of COVID-19 infections in the population by testing the waste water from septic systems and sewage treatment plants.
The two candidates for New York’s 1st Congressional District seat and for the New York State Senate will face off in virtual debates over the next two weeks, ahead of Election Day on November 3.
The Wainscott group leading the opposition to the South Fork Wind Farm cable landing in their hamlet has made a new pitch to state regulators that bringing the cable ashore at Atlantic Avenue in Amagansett would be less disruptive than the Beach Lane site the wind farm developers prefer.
Morning Announcements 'Host' Helps Bridgehampton Students Start Their Day On Right Note
Leon Goodman’s silent march to protest police brutality isn’t exactly silent. As the 69-year-old Bay Shore resident is walking 118 miles this week from Manhattan’s 59th Street Bridge to the Montauk Lighthouse, he’s got a lot to say.
Dr. Josephine DeVincenzi On The Proposal By STAR For A New Pool Facility In Tuckahoe
Ninevah Contemplates Entrance Upgrade; Public Hearings Set For Several Builds
The Sag Harbor Village Board on Tuesday formally approved a six-month moratorium on the Planning Board’s authority to approve major applications along a swathe of its central waterfront — but not without a spirited back and forth over the makeup of the committee charged with proposing changes to the zoning code that will guide future development in the area.
Since adopting a comprehensive water quality improvement plan in 2016, the Village of Sag Harbor has received more than $1.2 million in funding for a dozen projects that are elegant in the simple way they seek to stop pollutants from road runoff from entering the bay and groundwater.
In this week’s edition of 27Speaks, the editors talk about an interview published this week with Gopal Char, a 61-year-old Southampton Village resident who was diagnosed with COVID-19 in March. Mr. Char spent months recovering from the illness, including four different stints in Stony Brook Southampton Hospital totaling 10 weeks.
Sag Harbor Variety Store To Celebrate 50th Anniversary
Sag Harbor Resident Creates Videos Focused On Mental Health
Sag Harbor School Board Forms Committee To Look At Changing Columbus Day, Celebrating Juneteenth