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Sag Trustees Extend Moratorium Six Months

The Sag Harbor Village Board of Trustees extended a commercial moratorium in the village another six months on Wednesday, November 12, although according to...

Options for Old Burial Ground

While one of the more difficult economic periods since 1929 may not be considered the ideal time to propose tackling at least two capital...

Southampton Town races confirmed

The results are in, and it’s now official — Sally Pope and Andrea Schiavoni, Democrats both — have won their seats as Southampton Town...

Sagaponack tackles sign pollution, tree rot

The fiscal crisis may not be affecting every member of every community, but that doesn’t mean that people are not being cautious with major...

Eco-Farm Proposal Concerns Neighbors

As the town of Southampton continually looks at alternative energy sources for building construction, at least one developer in Bridgehampton is finding ways to...

Southampton Town Budget – Almost There

In a year where numbers seem to be increasingly important – the Southampton Town 2009 budget shows that the changes in the tax rate...

Cinema Owner Fights Landmark Status

During his attorney’s first arguments last Wednesday, it was difficult to discern whether Sag Harbor Cinema owner Gerald Mallow believed having his iconic theatre...

East Hampton Town Adopts Budget

Despite two councilwomen voting against the spending plan, the East Hampton Town Board voted on Tuesday to adopt a $68.57 million budget for the...

One Bulova Suit Dismissed, Another Still On Tap

The Group for the East End has lost one of two lawsuits it has filed against the Village of Sag Harbor over the environmental...

Noose in Southampton Prompts Policy

 A hanging noose, discovered just before Halloween on a Long Island Power Authority tower near the Long Pond Greenbelt just off the Sag Harbor/Bridgehampton...

Moratorium Relief Needed in Style Bar Case

The Sag Harbor zoning board of appeals agreed to adjourn the application of the Style Bar due to the absence of one member on...

Sag Harbor Moves Forward With Permits for Special Events

Large scale events and parties in the Village of Sag Harbor will likely come under the scrutiny of the board of trustees under a...

Kabot Opens Door for Noyac Community Center

It was going to take Noyac Civic Council President Chuck Neuman a little while to digest what he had just heard. The council, along...

Terrapins May Push Colgate Basin Dredging Off

In July, the Sag Harbor Harbor Committee gave permission to dredge the tiny Colgate basin off Redwood in Sag Harbor Cove. On Monday they...

Frisicano to Resign

After almost two decades as principal of Sag Harbor Elementary School, Joan Frisicano has announced she will retire. The news came during a meeting...

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Sag Harbor School District Releases Statement on George Floyd’s Death

The Sag Harbor School District released a statement Friday on the death of George Floyd and racial inequality in general in the United States.