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Cafeteria Decision Postponed

At an uproarious meeting nearly a month ago, the Sag Harbor School Board broached the subject of suspending the food program. The board cited...

Art Position to Be Filled, Board Investigates Other Vacancies

After Pierson Middle School art instructor TJ Maher officially resigned in May, the Sag Harbor School Board broached the subject of evaluating the Pierson...

No Salary Increase for Gratto, But Contract Extended

Prompted by a question from a parent, Walter Wilcoxen, President of the Sag Harbor School Board, announced at a meeting on Monday, June 21,...

School’s Walk Would Link Eco-systems and Campuses

By Vee Benard The land behind Sag Harbor Elementary School, which currently hosts a storage container and tennis courts, will soon take on a new...

Skype Provides Students With a Bridge to the Bronx

While technology has advanced far beyond communicating through the United States Postal Service, students at the Bridgehampton School learned this week the importance of...

Stein and Stafford Defeat Horn in Sag Harbor Village Trustee Race

With a commanding 80-vote lead over his fellow candidates, child psychologist Robby Stein earned a second term – his first elected – on the...

16 Families Show Interest in Pre-k

According to Sag Harbor Elementary School Assistant Principal Donna Denon, 16 families have visited the school to pick up applications for the pre-kindergarten...

Harbor House Investigated for Code Violations

The Southampton Town Investigations and Enforcement Unit, assisted by town police officers, concluded an investigation into noise complaints and overcrowding at a Sag Harbor...

Three Vie for Two Seats on the Sag Harbor Village Board of Trustees

This year’s race for two seats on the Sag Harbor Village Board of Trustees pits a sitting member of the board against lifelong village...

A Pitch for Robotics Funding

By Francesca Normile Standing off to the side in the Pierson High School Library during the Monday night school board meeting were three men, two...

Honors and Goals Discussed

By Marissa Maier Aside from a discussion on the vacant middle school art position, Monday night’s Sag Harbor UFSD Board of Education meeting was chock...

Negotiations at Standstill Once Again

The Sag Harbor School board and the Teacher’s Association of Sag Harbor (TASH) ended another round of negotiations on Tuesday, June 1, without settling...

Malone and Denon Prepare District for Pre-k

by Marissa Maier After many years of discussion and research, the Sag Harbor School District will offer a pre-k program this fall. The program will...

Challenging the Mind and Body in Bridgehampton’s Summer Programs

By Kathryn G. Menu This summer, students in the Bridgehampton School District will be invited to flex their creative, physical and intellectual muscles in the...

Tice and Drohan Discuss Views with Community

“Thank God for big families,” joked Sag Harbor school board candidate Chris Tice at a modestly attended “Meet the Candidates” night on Friday, May...

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Larocca Announces Affordable Housing Initiative In Sag Harbor

As part of a new effort to address the lack of affordable housing in Sag Harbor, Mayor Jim Larocca said this week he would appoint trustees Bob Plumb and Ed Haye to serve as co-chairs of the Sag Harbor Affordable Housing Initiative.

Lil’ Birdie Opens in Sag Harbor

Located off Division Street in Sag Harbor, Lil’ Birdie offers all natural and organic homemade fried chicken, grilled chicken, and falafel sandwiches with a unique selection of sauces at an affordable price.

North Haven Returns To In-Person Meetings

The North Haven Village Board last week backed away from a proposal to slap an automatic two-week stop-work order on contractors who continue to ignore the village’s weekend-ban on noisy construction work after first receiving a warning from the building inspector.