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Teachers Push for a Contract

The  Teachers Association of Sag Harbor may have traded in black shirts for more subtle buttons,but the message is still the same: they want a...

Schiavoni Building Demolished As Remediation Begins in Sag Harbor

Early Tuesday morning, Diane Schiavoni stood alone with a cup of steaming coffee waiting for National Grid employees to demolish the Long Island Avenue,...

Black Oak Falls on Jermain Avenue

Tuesday morning the Village of Sag Harbor entrusted Ray Smith, a Southampton arborist, to cut down a 100-year-old black oak tree on Jermain Avenue....

To face a changing landscape

As the nation faces economic hardships with many eyes looking towards Wall Street, it remains business as usual for Sagaponack landowners, who are looking...

Two for Council Seat

            While the Southampton Town Board is considering making more changes to the stringent green energy legislation they adopted in July, Republican councilperson Dan...

School Plans to Tackle More Than $8 Mil in Renovations

A facilities study of the Sag Harbor School District which began in 2007 has a list of projects totaling nearly $8 million — and...

New Town Energy Code Set to Start

  After nearly two months of tweaking, special meetings, public hearings and work sessions, the Southampton Town board has finally taken some legislative action on...

Gateway is Both Salve and Threat

by Melissa Lynch   One of the major gateways into the Village of Sag Harbor, along the Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Turnpike, was the subject of debate at...

Tree Debate Rages On

Despite an arborist's statement that a historic black oak on Jermain Avenue in Sag Harbor is a hazard and should be considered for removal,...

Emergency Shelter Nears Completion

The hurricane season may soon be coming to an end, but next year it appears that all things are "go" for the emergency shelter...

Businesses Balk at LIPA Burial Fees

As the Southampton Town Board deals with a slew of amendments to the green energy codes they adopted back in July in an effort...

Debate Role of Budget Advisory Committee

October is approaching and Sag Harbor School Board’s Budget Advisory Committee (BAC) has yet to meet this school year. At Monday night’s Sag Harbor...

Law Would Fine Copter Flights Below 2500-feet

By Karl Grossman A two-part public hearing on a bill authored by Suffolk Legislator Edward Romaine that would restrict helicopters to cruising at no less...

Historic Black Oak In Sag Harbor Scheduled For Removal

After a week of debate over the fate of a 100-year old Black Oak on Jermain Avenue in Sag Harbor, village officials will remove...

School Tax Law Concerns

As school districts on the East End of Long Island attempt to tackle the conundrum of trying to provide competitive services for students, while...

Latest Articles

27Speaks: Are Paid Parking Apps Inevitable In Sag Harbor And East Hampton Villages?

In this week’s edition of 27Speaks, the editors are joined by Co-Publisher Gavin Menu, who also serves as president of the Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce, for a discussion about proposed paid parking programs in the villages of Sag Harbor and East Hampton.

UPDATE: Suffolk Department of Health Gives High-Risk Sports The Go-Ahead To Resume

New York State has permitted high-risk high school sports to resume February 1, as long as local health departments approve it.

Express Sessions: Paid Parking In Sag Harbor, East Hampton Village May Begin This Spring

If all goes according to plan, the villages of Sag Harbor and East Hampton will implement new smartphone app-based paid parking in certain areas...