In this week’s edition of 27Speaks, the editors talk about an interview published this week with Gopal Char, a 61-year-old Southampton Village resident who was diagnosed with COVID-19 in March. Mr. Char spent months recovering from the illness, including four different stints in Stony Brook Southampton Hospital totaling 10 weeks.
Sag Harbor Variety Store To Celebrate 50th Anniversary
Sag Harbor Resident Creates Videos Focused On Mental Health
Sag Harbor School Board Forms Committee To Look At Changing Columbus Day, Celebrating Juneteenth
villages in East Hampton and Southampton towns confront the reality that they cannot allow gatherings of large crowds of trick-or-treaters
The owner of a house at the end of Green Street, a cul de sac off of Glover Street, has proposed, as part of a major renovation plan, to clear invasive species from his property as well as a neighboring parcel owned by the Village of Sag Harbor, providing better public access to Upper Sag Harbor Cove in the process.
Nearly 99.7 percent of homes on Long Island have been logged by the 2020 Census, officials from the U.S. Census Bureau say, thanks largely to census enumerators being willing to work more hours knocking on doors this year.
Bridgehampton Now Looking At January Date For Opening Of Addition
The East Hampton Town Board is poised to approve a new zoning overlay district on two Three Mile Harbor Road properties after the proposal drew few objections at a public hearing last week.
Nourishing North Sea Beach May Cost A Little Less, Southampton Town Supervisor Says
Southampton Town Board Considers Farmland Protection Strategy, Balks At Reinstating The AG-PDD
In this week’s edition of 27Speaks, the editors talk about the iconic Stargazer sculpture on County Road 111 in Eastport, which was damaged in August during Tropical Storm Isaias. Discussions are underway on whether to repair the sculpture, which would come with a hefty $100,000 price tag.
East Hampton Town Supervisor Peter Van Scoyoc released his 2021 town operating budget on Wednesday — an $82.68 million spending plan that represents less than 1 percent in additional spending by the town and remains below the state-mandated tax cap despite large losses in county aid and the costs of the town’s response to the coronavirus pandemic.
In what could be the first of many sneak previews to come, the Sag Harbor Cinema Arts Center celebrated the completion of the construction phase of its project with a decidedly low-key ribbon-cutting on Saturday.
As expected, the Sag Harbor Village Board on September 23 voted to move forward with a six-month moratorium on major projects in its central waterfront district to give a team of planning consultants time to craft guidelines to guide future development.