Sag Harbor Village, White’s Apothecary Sag Harbor, Save Sag Harbor and village emergency medical services will team up to offer COVID-19 vaccines at the American Legion on Bay Street on Tuesday, March 30.
In this week’s edition of 27Speaks, the editors are joined by East End singer-songwriter Inda Eaton and Nick Kraus, the managing partner of the Stephen Talkhouse in Amagansett, and Express News Group Director of Events Ellen Dioguardi (a live music super-fan) for a discussion about live music on the East End in the wake of the pandemic, and looking forward to new performances this spring as COVID recedes.
Adam Potter, the chairman of Friends of Bay Street, confirmed on Thursday, March 25, that he was in contract personally for the purchase of the building at 11 Bridge Street in Sag Harbor, which is commonly known as the Dodds & Eder building.
For movie buffs, it may feel like an eternity since they were able to settle into the seats at the Sag Harbor Cinema to enjoy a movie. But film fans can now rejoice, as the wait will soon be over. On Friday, April 9, the newly rebuilt and redesigned movie theater will open its doors to the public in what is being billed as a “soft re-opening.”
Express Sessions: Panelists Discuss The Future Of The East Hampton Airport
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Pierson Asian Culture Club Faces Growing Anti-Asian Sentiment Head-On
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New York State added more than 2 million state residents to the COVID-19 eligibility list this week and began allowing individual medical practices to start requesting vaccine allocations for their doctors to administer to patients — some of which have already started booking appointments.
Effort To Trace Duck Breeding Begins In Local Bays
Less than three weeks after welcoming high school students back to a full five-day-a-week schedule, the Sag Harbor School District saw its largest one-week total of positive coronavirus test results in the school since the pandemic began more than a year ago.
Fulfilling a pledge to clarify the village’s decades-old limits on vegetative clearing, the North Haven Village Board last week unveiled what Mayor Jeff Sander called “significant changes” to the clearing code at the board’s March 16 Zoom session.
New York State Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele Jr. said this week he would introduce a bill that would direct the governor’s office to negotiate...
It was a case of some good news mixed in with some bad news when Dr. Christopher Gobler appeared at a Zoom meeting of the Sag Harbor Village Harbor Committee on March 18 to review the findings of water testing conducted in Sag Harbor last year.
In this week’s edition of 27Speaks, the editors are joined by Express News Group senior writer Michael Wright for a discussion on the current state of COVID-19 vaccine distribution on the East End, and the opening of a New York State mass vaccination site at the Stony Brook Southampton college campus.