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Local Housing Plans Trumped By State?

Could the state’s Long Island Workforce Housing Act trump more progressive affordable housing plans on the East End, including a plan over a year...

Village Gets New Home, Barely

Sagaponack Village residents went to the polls last Friday to vote for a $2 million bond referendum for a new village hall, and while...

Preserving A Front Yard: Town to Purchase Land Around Customs House

The Town of Southampton is poised to preserve two acres of woodlands and wetlands behind the Custom House on Main and Garden Street in...

Board Catches Heat Over Website

While a number of vacancies in the district were filled at Monday’s board of education meeting, it was a resignation that garnered the majority...

Support Needed To Save Ocean Beaches

Last Friday the Southampton Town board was brought up to speed on the Army Corps of Engineers Fire Island Inlet to Montauk Point Reformulation...

Raising Meal Prices at Bridgehampton School

The baked ziti at the Bridgehampton School is about to be a little more expensive. Students at the Bridgehampton School have been paying $1.75...

Village Looks At Special Event Permits

In late June, the Village of Sag Harbor became aware that a Lionel Ritchie concert, among others, was planned at a Glover Street residence...

Village Reviews Toxic Cleanup Plan

The state mandated cleanup of the land under a former manufactured gas plant in Sag Harbor will involve large scale excavation, water treatment and...

Condo Developer Offers Bay Street New Theatre

Will the Bay Street Theatre find a new home on West Water Street next to Baron’s Cove Inn in Sag Harbor in a theatre...

Southampton Town Questions CPF Bills

Though the governor officially signed the legislation into law over a week ago, the Southampton Town Board is concerned with two new bills relating...

More Room At The Inn?

The owners of the Sag Harbor Inn, the Egosi family, are planning a 75-unit expansion to the West Water Street inn, a restaurant, and...

New Village Code Moves Towards Public Hearing

Despite over a half-dozen public meetings on the proposed changes to the Village of Sag Harbor zoning code, and subsequent revisions, the code is...

Concern Over State Housing Mandate

The Long Island Workforce Housing, which mandates inclusionary zoning for all of Nassau and Suffolk counties, passed the state assembly and the senate and...

East End Digest August 7

Southampton Hospital: Honored Employee (Left to Right) Paul Davin, Vice President of Human Resources, Robert S. Chaloner, Anna Capozello, Sheryl Bahamondes, Robin Pfennig and Matthew Cicillini...

County Interested in Gateway Properties

By Catherine McNamara   This past Friday, August 1, the Sag Harbor Citizens Advisory Committee gathered in the library of Pierson High School to discuss the...

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B. Smith, Restaurateur, Model, Author, Dies

B. Smith, owner of namesake restaurants in New York and Sag Harbor, model, and author died Saturday. She was 70 and had suffered early-onset Alzheimer’s disease.

A Conversation with Kasia Klimiuk

The co-founder of Our Fabulous Variety Show talks about the evolution of the arts nonprofit, which will host a Leap Year fundraiser on Saturday, February 29, from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. at The Stephen Talkhouse in Amagansett, how drag culture has come to the forefront on the South Fork and what the future holds for OFVS.

Home: Never Wanting to Leave Sag Harbor

I often wonder why it is that I’m forever teeter-tottering between wanting to travel the world and never wanting to leave home? My husband, man of few words, reminds me that it is because our ‘home’, Sag Harbor, is one of the most beautiful places in the world. One minute I’m at the top-ready to fly off to foreign lands; while the next minute, I don’t want to budge from under my electric throw blanket. However, after speaking with the Schiavonis, I realize I’m not the only one that feels that way.