Superintendent Dr. Mary Kelly shared in her report that New York State had approved a driver’s education course for students, to be conducted virtually, which was set to run from January through June.
In this week’s edition of 27Speaks, the editors are joined by Jean Behrens, the adult bereavement coordinator at East End Hospice, for a discussion about dealing with grief through the holidays.
Amid calls for tighter restrictions on the size and height of buildings, the Sag Harbor Village Board on Tuesday, December 14, adjourned once again a hearing on a proposed waterfront overlay district.
The dredging of the mouth of Little Northwest Creek, a project that has been more than two years in the making, is currently under way.
On Tuesday, December 14, following a public hearing at which the issue was discussed in public for the first time, the Village Board voted unanimously to opt out of allowing the sale of pot in retail stores or its consumption in bar-like lounges.
Sag Harbor Lot Clearing Is Decried, But Village Had Approved It To Make Way For Sewage Plan
A Sag Harbor Village panel’s focus on preserving, or at least keeping the architectural details of historic structures correct as they are modified by new owners, briefly stalled the approval process for two renovation projects in the village’s historic district last week.
Local businesses and their customers returned to mask wearing — some happily, some grudgingly — this week after Governor Kathy Hochul imposed a new mandate for mask wearing in public buildings that do not require proof of vaccination for entry.
Verizon Wireless’s proposal to construct a 153-foot cell tower, disguised to look like a tree, on Sag Harbor Village-owned property in the Long Pond Greenbelt drew a predictable response when it was aired before the Southampton Town Planning Board on December 9: Like most proposals for cell towers in the region, this one was largely panned.
On Tuesday, December 7, Bridgehampton firefighters and Southampton Town Public Safety’s Animal Control Division were called to a home on Newlight Lane in Water Mill. The caller said it appeared an animal had gotten stuck in a dryer vent of a house that was being renovated.
East Hampton Town unanimously adopted legislation on Tuesday that formally bans the sale of helium-filled balloons in the town.
While East Hampton Town officials and residents have been debating its future, East Hampton Airport largely returned to its traditional buzz in 2021, with air traffic on pace to exceed the pre-pandemic levels from 2019, driven in large part by soaring numbers of flights from jets and more traffic in the winter, spring and fall months.
In this week’s edition of 27Speaks, the editors talk about the newspaper group’s holiday fundrasing effort, the Holiday Express, which will help to support four local organizations, Heart of the Hamptons, Help for Local Families Fund, Sag Harbor Helpers and the Springs Food Pantry.
The Sag Harbor Village Zoning Board of Appeals on Monday informally agreed to give the Schiavoni family a waiver from the moratorium on most development projects along the village waterfront.
Sisters Bring Back Popular Coat Drive At Sag Harbor Elementary