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Women Sailors At Breakwater Yacht Club Hold Their Own In Male Dominated Sport

While it remains male-dominated despite that, there are several women at Breakwater Yacht Club who have earned the respect and admiration of the local sailing community and have been an integral part of both racing and other community outreach programs that have given the club the standout reputation it has to this day.

Wednesday Night Racing Is A Time-Honored Tradition At Breakwater Yacht Club

Before the Breakwater Yacht Club even existed, there was Wednesday night racing — and there is perhaps no other tradition that has as deep of an association with the community sailing center that is now in its 33rd year of existence.

Breakwater Yacht Club Commodore Bud Rogers Looks to the Future

Bud Rogers is in his first year as commodore of the Breakwater Yacht Club, but he has the kind of expertise and longtime familiarity with the community sailing center that makes him a perfect person for the job.

Deal Struck On Restitution, Sentencing Guidelines In Case Of Embezzlement At Water Mill-Based Radio...

Stephanie Bitis, a former general manager of Long Island Radio Broadcasting in Water Mill, pleaded guilty in November 2020 to access device fraud for using a company credit card to rack up personal charges.

Animal Rescue Fund To Break Ground On New Expansion Of East Hampton Facility

The groundbreaking for ARF’s “Forever Home” is scheduled for Friday, May 28, at 4 p.m., with the actual breaking of the ground duties handed, naturally, to the animals that will benefit from the project — canine residents of ARF with an affinity for digging.

Shinnecock And Supporters Urge Town To Preserve Key Sugar Loaf Parcel

Members of the Shinnecock Nation and their friends and supporters gathered outside Southampton Town Hall Tuesday evening, May 25, singing songs, and listening to impromptu speeches calling for the Town Board to preserve a key parcel and ancient burial ground on the top of Sugar Loaf Hill in Shinnecock Hills.

Bay Street Theater Says It May Have No Choice But To Move Out Of...

Bay Street executive director Tracy Mitchell said on Monday that the theater is in talks to possibly buy the Southampton United Artists Theater on Hill Street and is considering other options as well, including the Country Gardens Agway property in Bridgehampton.
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27Speaks: Take Us Out To The Ballfield — Facing Off Over Playing Sports At...

In this week’s edition of 27Speaks, the editors are joined by reporter Cailin Riley for a discussion about news this week that the Sag Harbor School District had informed the Mashashimuet Park Board that the district had declined to renew its contract with the board to have school sports teams play at the park, as they have for generations.

Budgets Approved In South Fork School Districts

With the exception of the Bridgehampton School District (see separate story), voters overwhelmingly approved spending plans for the 2021-22 school year in all South Fork districts.

Temple Adas Israel Breaks Ground On Synagogue Renovation

Temple Adas Israel Breaks Ground On Synagogue Renovation

Bridgehampton School Kids Spread A Little Springtime Cheer

That was the scene in Bridgehampton on Friday as children in Gabrielle Lemon and Caitlin Hansen’s kindergarten class, accompanied by children from several other grades, strolled into the village to spread a little good cheer.

A New Group of Children Begin to Be Vaccinated Against COVID-19

On May 13 of this year, Mya got what she called “an early birthday present,” heading to Stony Brook Southampton College with two friends, Stella Lima, 15, and Ava Lima, 14, to get their first dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine, just a day after the CDC approved the vaccine for use in children ages 12 to 15.

Larocca Says He Would Shelve Waterfront Overlay Plan If Elected

Sag Harbor Village Trustee Jim Larocca made the struggle over rezoning the village’s waterfront a cornerstone of his campaign to unseat Mayor Kathleen Mulcahy this week, saying that if he wins next month’s mayoral election, he would seek to shelve the months-long effort to adopt new development limitations along the village’s waterfront and nearby office district, in favor of embarking on a village-wide planning process.

Bridgehampton School Budget Falls Just Short Of Permission To Pierce Tax Cap; White, Comfort,...

The Bridgehampton School District’s budget narrowly failed to win the 60 percent voter support it needed on Tuesday night to be allowed to pierce the state-mandated tax cap.

Public Hearing Elicits Opinions On Sag Harbor Antique Fire Truck Museum Plan In Bridgehampton

Southampton Town Planning Board member Robin Long said she was “feeling a little uncomfortable,” during the May 13 public hearing on plans to convert an old farmstand into a “museum” for antique firetrucks in Bridgehampton.

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27Speaks: The Declining Population Of The Prehistoric Horseshoe Crab

In this week’s edition of 27Speaks, the editors are joined by Photo Editor Dana Shaw and reporter Kitty Merrill for a discussion about the declining population of horseshoe crabs and efforts to save the prehistoric creatures.

South Fork Boys Lacrosse Loses Its First Playoff Game, But It Doesn’t Diminish What...

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Safety Concerns May Force Sag Harbor Community Band To Decamp From American Legion

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