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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...

Finance Talk Takes Backseat To Bickering

Last Friday the Southampton Town Board met to go over the financial state of the town. While it was revealed that the town is...

Town Moves Toward Keeping All Runways

The Springs Fire House was filled with local pilots on Tuesday morning concerned over plans to possibly eliminate runway 4-22 at the East Hampton...

ZBA Grants Approval For Bulova Watchcase Factory Project

With little to no fanfare and just a handful of people looking on, the Sag Harbor zoning board of appeals formally gave their approval...

Sag Harbor ZBA Tackles Unapproved Improvements

In an attempt to keep a blue stone patio and outdoor shower enclosure on a freestanding studio space, Pat Libutti pled his case to...

Noyacans Grill School Superintendent

  For the past year or so, members of the Noyac Civic Council have taken a keen interest in the local public school district, specifically...

Athletic Director Appointed In Sag Harbor

  By Tony Mar The yearlong search for Pierson High School’s new athletic director has concluded, and 42-year-old William Madsen, most recently the varsity football coach...

Renewal Plan Praised As Model

As Harbor Committee chairman Bruce Tait listened to consultant Stephen Handel explain an ecological restoration plan for a Long Point Road, Sag Harbor homeowner,...

Hired & Questioned

A number of vacant positions in the Sag Harbor School District were filled at Monday’s school board meeting. It was also revealed that at...

Local Housing Plans Trumped By State?

Could the state’s Long Island Workforce Housing Act trump more progressive affordable housing plans on the East End, including a plan over a year...

Village Gets New Home, Barely

Sagaponack Village residents went to the polls last Friday to vote for a $2 million bond referendum for a new village hall, and while...

Preserving A Front Yard: Town to Purchase Land Around Customs House

The Town of Southampton is poised to preserve two acres of woodlands and wetlands behind the Custom House on Main and Garden Street in...

Board Catches Heat Over Website

While a number of vacancies in the district were filled at Monday’s board of education meeting, it was a resignation that garnered the majority...

Support Needed To Save Ocean Beaches

Last Friday the Southampton Town board was brought up to speed on the Army Corps of Engineers Fire Island Inlet to Montauk Point Reformulation...

Raising Meal Prices at Bridgehampton School

The baked ziti at the Bridgehampton School is about to be a little more expensive. Students at the Bridgehampton School have been paying $1.75...

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