COVID Superstorm Sweeps Across Region, But Hospitals See Fewer Severe Cases, Thanks To Vaccines
Area School Districts Focus On Latest COVID Surge, But So Far Have Kept In-Person Learning Intact
Schneiderman Looks Ahead at Final Term, Future Roles
The rising number of COVID-19 cases in Sag Harbor has spurred Mayor Jim Larocca to switch next Tuesday’s Village Board meeting from in-person to remote, via Zoom.
Construction of the long-planned satellite emergency room facility in East Hampton could begin as early as this winter, officials said this week.
Southampton Town Board Considers Increased Income Eligibility For Senior Citizen Tax Exemptions
Governor Signs Legislation To Help Clear Path For Energy Choices
In this week’s edition of 27Speaks, the editors look back on 2021 and discuss their picks for the top 10 stories of the year.
Concerns about the sharp increase in COVID-19 cases, fueled by the arrival of the omicron variant, dominated discussion at the Sag Harbor Board of Education meeting on Monday night.
Citing a website called Pacaso that sells shares in luxury market second homes in Florida, Colorado and other hot spots for the wealthy, North Haven Village Mayor Jeff Sander last week unveiled proposed legislation to prohibit “fractional ownership, time sharing or interval uses” of real estate anywhere in the village.
Mayor Jim Larocca announced he had worked out a deal to extend the village’s lease for what is known as the “gas ball” parking lot for another year.
Those With Booster Shots Have Little To Worry About, County Official Says, Even As Case Numbers Rise To Record Levels
National Grid Will Replace Sag Harbor Main Street Gas Main This Winter
An outpouring of angry criticism directed at the Sag Harbor Village Zoning Board of Appeals over the way it handled the application of the Schiavoni family for a waiver from a moratorium on development along the village waterfront has led to the resignation of the board’s chairman.
The Shinnecock Nation earlier this month began a process with New York State that tribal leaders hope will land the tribe a seat at the negotiating table for one of three downstate licenses that the state expects to award in the near future for Las Vegas-style casinos with high-stakes gambling.