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Town Justice Race Heats Up

By Melissa Lynch  While the nation may be turning its attention to the presidential races, Southampton Town is having its own highly anticipated race for...

Town Explores $4.2 Million Deficit

By Melissa Lynch Last week, the Southampton Town Board faced a frustrated group of town police officers, concerned over a proposal that would cut officers...

Security Measures and New Faces at School

By Melissa Lynch Of the topics that were discussed at Monday night’s school board meeting, security was one that garnered a good deal of discussion....

Tweak Energy Code

In late July the town of Southampton adopted some of the strictest energy standards in both New York State and the country concerning construction...

Protest Pushes Cop Cuts Off Table

http://www.youtube.com/v/hJMnNcHodHo&hl=en&fs=1 It would have been a perfect night to rob a bank in Southampton, as roughly 30 police officers filled the boardroom Tuesday at town...

Bulova Leaps Its Final Hurdle

At Tuesday night’s Sag Harbor Planning Board meeting, likely one of the biggest redevelopment projects in village history was approved with just a handful...

Objectives, Goals and Just Do Its

There are goals, there are objectives and then there are “just do its.” The Sag Harbor School District adopted their goals for the upcoming...

Sag Harbor Cinema Closer To Landmark Status

The Sag Harbor Cinema is just steps away from being designated as a historic landmark in the Village of Sag Harbor, but an earlier...

Sag Harbor Comprehensive Plan Details Method Behind New Code

The Village of Sag Harbor has been in the throes of a full zoning code revision for over a year now, in part, due...

District Is Targeting Special Education Spending

Each year during budget season, special education at Sag Harbor is scrutinized by a faction of the community concerned over high classification rates and...

School Criticized In State’s Audit

The New York State Comptroller’s Office released their audit of the Sag Harbor School District, from July 2006 to November 2007, this week and...

Public Meeting To Discuss Sag Harbor Toxic Cleanup

A cadre of professionals from a number of state agencies and the utility responsible for the cleanup under the former manufactured gas plant on...

Health Testing At Havens Beach Is Incomplete

For a week now, following an article and editorial in last week’s The East Hampton Star,  officials from the Village of Sag Harbor have...

Sagaponack Seeking To Rein In Big Events

Special events applications once again took center stage at the Sagaponack Village board meeting on Monday. And at the end of the meeting, Mayor...

Village Considers Cinema, Steinbeck’s Studio as Historic Landmarks

At its next meeting, the Sag Harbor Historic Preservation and Architectural Review Board will consider asking for historic landmark status for the Sag Harbor...

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Sag Harbor Chamber Hopes Holiday Promotions Will Light Up The Village

Just because COVID-19 is still among us does not mean the holidays will not be coming this year. To reinforce that notion, the Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce is hosting the “Sag Harbor Friday Night Lights Holiday Festival” every Friday night from November 27, the day after Thanksgiving, until December 18, one week before Christmas.

27Speaks: Happy Thanksgiving! Edition, November 26

In this week’s edition of 27Speaks, the editors talk about their Thanksgiving plans and relate stories about Thanksgivings past, holiday traditions and the different foods that have been part of their holidays throughout the years. Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!

Meet the ‘Saints’ of Sag Harbor’s Creative World

The color of James Fenimore Cooper’s eyes is the palest of blue. It may not have been their natural color, but on this clear, cold, blustery November morning, someone standing inside The Church on Madison Street could peer into the “whites” and see them take on the cast of the blue skies beyond. Cooper’s is one of 20 portraits that now are framed by thin black mullions in the soaring windows of the former Sag Harbor Methodist Church.