Governor Andrew Cuomo is pleading with federal officials to declare the recent scallop die-off in Peconic Bay waters a commercial fishery disaster.
There are summer jobs and then there are summer adventures. Allura Leggard, a 2017 Pierson School graduate and a junior at Ithaca College, where she is majoring in journalism, will embark on the latter this summer when she heads to Japan to help cover the Summer Olympics as an intern with NBC.
The many pitfalls, scandals and complications of getting into a top college have dominated headlines across the country in recent years. And it’s a timely topic that will be tackled by the Hampton Theatre Company (HTC) in “Admissions,” a play opening January 16. High school juniors and seniors are invited to the dress rehearsal free of charge on February 15 at 7 p.m.
The North Haven Village Board voted 3-0 at a special meeting on December 23 to ban roof decks, balconies, terraces “or other outdoor living space” above the second story of any dwelling.
Sag Harbor Village Trustee James Larocca is Sag Harbor’s Person of the Year for 2019.
Setback variances to legalize mechanical equipment placed too close to property lines were granted last week by the Sag Harbor Zoning Board of Appeals at one of its shortest meetings in memory.
The chair of Sag Harbor’s Planning Board on December 16 pressed the attorney for the family of Gabe and Diane Schiavoni to find a way to cut their request for 10 offstreet parking variances for their proposed two-story, office-retail building on Long Island Avenue next to the post office.
The Sag Harbor Planning Board is set to approve the site plan and grant a “special exception” use permit for artists Eric Fischl and April Gornik to convert the former Methodist Church, an imposing mid-19th-century wood-frame structure at 48 Madison Street, into a residential arts center.
Governor Andrew Cuomo on Friday vetoed a bill that would have allowed public referendums in the five East End towns on a new real estate transfer tax to fund affordable housing initiatives.
Residents of the South Fork are rallying behind two residents facing incredible medical challenges: a volunteer dedicated to providing emergency services who finds himself paralyzed and on a long road to recovery, and a Sag Harbor mother who received an unexpected diagnosis that she is still trying to process.
For Viggo, a 13-year-old student in the special education department at Springs School, art is his tool for connection, communication and expression. And, above all, it is the place where he belongs.
It may have been borne out of a personal desire to be able to walk to school by himself or with his friends, but a traffic safety plan developed by Calogero Sferrazza, a student at Sag Harbor Elementary School, has caught the attention of both Sag Harbor Mayor Kathleen Mulcahy and Police Chief Austin J. McGuire.
In the end, the family home was gutted from the conflagration that started somehow in the basement, spreading quickly throughout the home.
The South Fork’s congressman, U.S. Representative Lee Zeldin, cast an emphatic “nay” vote on Wednesday evening, December 18, in the historic action by the House of Representatives to impeach President Donald J. Trump.
The Sag Harbor Historic Preservation & Architectural Review Board will hold a public hearing on the proposed expansion of Temple Adas Israel, Long Island’s oldest synagogue, on January 9.