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Pondering the Ebb and Flow of Ligonee Brook

When Southampton Town Trustee President Jon Semlear was a child growing up in Sag Harbor they called Ligonee Brook, also known as Ligonee Creek,...

Plans for a new high school auditorium in Sag Harbor

It was déjà vu for some members of the long range planning committee at Sag Harbor High School last Thursday, where the newly formed...

Buckskill Winter Club Wins Case Against Town

It appears as if East Hampton residents will not have to wait for town pond to freeze over before polishing their skates this winter....

More incentives for Green Legislation in Southampton Town

In an attempt to incentivize rather than mandate green legislation, Southampton Town councilman Chris Nuzzi presented new legislation to board members focusing on solar...

Veteran Planning Board Member Resigns

“I have been around the world as a merchant marine,” said George Burnett on Tuesday afternoon. “I have been from England to Australia, from...

Sag Harbor School District Making Slow Steady Progress

Although the Sag Harbor School Board and Superintendent Dr. John Gratto will meet with their attorney today, Thursday, October 23, regarding teacher contracts, the...

Zoning Board Gives Style Bar a Stay

The absence of a member of the zoning board of appeals coupled with a request by Sag Harbor Village building inspector Tim Platt paved...

Sagaponack closes on new village hall

Despite the fact that the purchase of Sagaponack Village Hall was set to close on Monday, village attorney Anthony Tohill said, the closing, which...

Residents Demand Southampton Town Continue Testing Water at The Bridge

As the golf season on the South Fork slowly winds down, and many courses begin to see a decline in participants with the increasingly...

Bridgehampton Teachers Protest Lack of Contract

By Marianna Levine On the forefront of a number of debates nationally, the economy and potential struggles ahead was on the mind of everyone who...

Sag Harbor Village Anticipates Budget Shortfall

As the nation braces for tough economic times, it looks like the Village of Sag Harbor is attempting to be pro-active to avoid its...

Trees Cause Stir At Sag Harbor ARB

A discussion about materials for an approved retaining wall at the 21 West Water Street condo project during a historic preservation and architectural review...

Thiele Vs. Pitcher In Assembly Race

For almost 15 years, Fred W. Thiele, Jr. has served as the New York State Assemblyman for the second assembly district, before that building...

Sag Harbor Teacher Contracts – Still Waiting to Hear

President of the Sag Harbor Board of Education, Walter Wilcoxen has been on vacation and missed the last school board meeting where nearly 50...

East Hampton Town Board Nixes Raises

By Kathryn G. Menu and Melissa Lynch Just two weeks before East Hampton residents will have the opportunity to formally comment on a proposed 18...

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