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Looks Like Three for Mayor

With June elections fast approaching, it’s shaping up to be an interesting campaign season as three prospective candidates have tentatively announced their candidacy for...

Police Blotter, March 15: Three Young Men Face Felony Charges

On Saturday, March 7, the Southampton Town Police Department’s Detective Division reported the arrest of Ashley T. Koral, 27, Spencer W. Koral, 24, and...

Harbor Committee Weighs In on New Code

Harbor committee meetings are usually relaxed, quiet affairs, but on Monday evening, members of the public and Sag Harbor’s planning consultant Richard Warren shared...

Board Readies for Spring

The Sag Harbor Board of Trustees prepared for the spring season at their monthly meeting on Tuesday, March 10 by signing off on an...

Big Fix Could Cost $7 mil

After a semester’s worth of meetings on a facility study, the Sag Harbor School District’s long-range planning committee finally brought their suggestions to the...

Party Calendar Fills Up

The process for special event permits in Sagaponack is finally working the way trustees in the village intended. After several months of tweaking a...

Study Reveals Sister is Germiest — and other tales from the annual school science...

Wonder which beverage stains teeth the most? Well, fifth-grader Rose O’Donoghue was curious, so she tested six drinks — red wine, V-8, coffee, tea,...

National Grid Likely to Finish in May

 http://www.youtube.com/v/ZnYCP236-9U&hl=en&fs=1 Anyone taking a stroll down Long Island Avenue might think the circus is in town if they catch a glimpse of the giant white...

East End Digest: February 26, 2009

Bridgehampton Citarella to Open The former location of the IGA in Bridgehampton will be opening under the name Citarella come April 2009. Citarella considers...

New Harbor Heights Owners to Install Sign

As the winter slows traffic on the streets, the number of items on the agenda for the Sag Harbor Historic Preservation and Architectural Review...

Headley Studio Plans Approved, with Changes

During Tuesday's Sag Harbor Planning Board meeting, Michael Minkoff, the prospective buyer of the Headley Studio property on Main Street, was granted site plan...

Area Students May Get to Choose Pierson

The Sag Harbor School district is “moving slowly,” but moving none the less on trying to get more students to come to the...

State to Audit Southampton Town Budget Systems

In light of the current fiscal discrepancy in the Southampton Town’s capital accounts, Councilwoman Anna Throne-Holst is calling for a legal opinion on reorganization...

There is Hope Lunch will Pay for itself at the Sag Harbor Schools

The lunch program for the Sag Harbor School District is nearly out of the “red zone,” according to those in the department and district...

Stimulus Package May Help at Home

The ink is not yet dry on the stimulus package, but local municipalities may see federal money flowing into their coffers very soon. According...

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Philanthropists and Artists Create Grant For Struggling Performers, Artists and Art Educators

With professionals in all sorts of arts fields currently suffering from lack of work on the East End, Andrea Grover and other members of the Hamptons Arts Network decided to create a grant program for struggling artists. Then artists Eric Fischl and Clifford Ross jumped into the effort and ran with it.

Welcome to the Green Room: Director Marcia Milgrom Dodge Looks Back at her Bay...

There’s nothing like forced downtime to inspire a busy person to focus on organizational tasks, and in recent months, director Marcia Milgrom Dodge has been spending her days at home, rifling through old boxes in the small Manhattan apartment she shares with her husband, Anthony Dodge. And in those boxes, Dodge has discovered forgotten gold — buried treasure in the form of scripts, photographs, playbills and opening night congratulatory messages from the plays Dodge directed and choreographed for Bay Street Theater between 1999 and 2013.

Shelter Island Artist and Ferry Captain is Charting the Course for her Future

Carefully sketching in her studio space, 28-year-old Jodi Bentivegna let her long brown hair fall to the side as she nudged her glasses to look up and greet Southampton Arts Center (SAC) patrons. This was way back on February 9, and the young artist was excited to debut her work at one of the largest art museum’s on the East End.