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Sagaponack Considers Oceanfront Taxing Districts

A few years ago, the Town of Southampton voted on a resolution to approve the creation of a new oceanfront district that included residences...

Cablevision Changing Channels

On Wednesday, Southampton Town Councilwoman Nancy Graboski was taking a tour of the town’s public television station’s new facilities. SEA-TV has set up new...

Sag Harbor Mayor Expects Budget Cuts

By Marissa Maier  As the financial forecast for many municipalities looks bleak in the coming fiscal year, the Sag Harbor Village budget might be comparably...

Style Bar Defeated, Owner May Appeal — or Sue

By Marissa Maier The tension was palpable in the village meeting room as the Sag Harbor Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) ruled against the application...

District Considers New Plans for Auditorium and Parking at Pierson

The “Facilities Study” of both Sag Harbor Elementary School and Pierson Middle/High School in the Sag Harbor school district is a compilation of different...

Mitten Line

Some parents look forward to the holiday season, scrambling to buy gifts for friends and family, buying decorations and spending money on yards of...

Make-over for Roofs in Sagaponack

Some roofs in the village of Sagaponack, will be seeing a transformation in the coming months, including the new village hall located at 3175...

An Appeal for Bikes on Main Street

  Sag Harbor residents might see cyclists riding down Main Street in the coming year, at least Sag Harbor resident and bike enthusiast Sinead Fitzgibbon...

Bridgehampton’s Principal Pryor Gets Tenure

By Marianna Levine   Euphoric and lengthy applause greeted the announcement that Bridgehampton Superintendent Dr. Youngblood had approved Bridgehampton principal Jack Pryor for tenure. In an...

Wharf to Embrace the “Mary E” Schooner?

Matthew Culen returned to the Sag Harbor Harbor Committee, on Monday, December 8, looking for a new home port for his 75-foot Schooner, “Mary...

Kids can Earn College Credits at Pierson

A few weeks ago, Jeff Nichols, the principal of Pierson High School, gave a presentation at a board of education meeting about Advanced Placement...

School Seeks Help in Finding Economies

In an attempt to combine ideas from community members and faculty, the Sag Harbor School District held a forum last Thursday to ask for...

Green Collar Jobs Coming

In the wake of a disaster sometimes fear can erupt and in the country’s current economic climate some are terrified. But according to some...

Schools React to the Consolidation Pitch

A new proposal coming from New York State has a number of school districts and administrators on the East End wondering what the future...

With New FEMA Maps, Some Are Out of the Flood Plain

Richard Warren rounded out his tour of presenting the new FEMA flood maps at the Sag Harbor Village Trustees Public Worksession, on Tuesday, December...

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