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Bromberg Out on Bulova

Sag Harbor Zoning Board of Appeals Chairman Michael Bromberg will recuse himself from Sag Development Partners application for luxury condominium units at the former...

A Bridge For Jordan

The same night that Sag Harbor Mayor Greg Ferraris and the board of trustees unanimously passed a resolution supporting the measure, on Tuesday New...

Bridgehampton Adopts Tuition Rates

In an effort to make their tuition more competitive for out of district pre-kindergarten students, the Bridgehampton School Board debated and then adopted more...

Targeting The Big Parties

Sag Harbor Mayor Greg Ferraris never thought the Village of Sag Harbor would have to contend with sponsor, branding or event houses — usually...

East End Digest

Southampton Town: Honor Flight Comes Home Southampton Town officials, including Supervisor Linda Kabot and Human Services Director Bill Jones, welcomed home veterans on a visit from...

Pierson Graduation: Change Defines the Person

The 100th graduating class of Pierson High School made its way along Pierson Hill under a sweltering sun Saturday afternoon — the last trip there...

New President Sees Trust as a Priority

The new president of the Sag Harbor Board of Education, Walter Wilcoxen, sees rebuilding the community’s trust in the board as a top priority....

Town Considering a Greener Code

Since taking office, Southampton Town Councilwoman Anna Throne-Holst has made the greening of the town a top priority. She spearheaded the creation of the...

Test Scores Stellar

When news came back that her class ranked second among Long Island schools in English Language Arts test scores, Pierson eighth grade English teacher...

Some New Projects May Get Past Code

Unless the proposed development projects at the Bulova Watchcase Factory or at the former Diner property, now known as Ferry Road, receive conditional site...

New Super Set To Face Challenge

District Clerk Mary Adamczyk swears in new superintendent Dr. John Gratto. Sag Harbor’s new superintendent arrived on Tuesday and he rearranged the desk in his...

Class of ’48 Returns

Sixty years after their commencement celebration at the Bridgehampton School, four members of the Class of 1948 strolled through the school with principal Jack...

CPF Review Yields Greater Constraints

The Peconic Bay Region Community Preservation Fund (CPF), which has just celebrated its 10th anniversary, has continued to be a focus in Albany. As...

Town Wants to Move on Noyac Issues

Southampton Town Supervisor Linda Kabot wants to get more Noyac issues off the back burner, but she needs local citizens to help. “The squeaky wheel...

Noyacans Concerned About Traffic, Community Center

Southampton Town Councilmen Chris Nuzzi and Dan Russo took their hits in Noyac on Tuesday night by members of the hamlet’s civic council concerned...

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Governor Hochul Signs Open Meetings Law Sponsored By Thiele

The law, which was supported by the Association of Towns, the New York Conference of Mayors and the New York State School Boards Association, is intended to help safeguard public health during the ongoing pandemic, and continue the practice of holding meetings using Zoom and other video conferencing technology that has become ubiquitous since March 2020.

With A Nationwide Blood Shortage, Now Is The Time To Donate

The Red Cross in a recent release called it “a national blood crisis” as the country sees its worst shortage in more than a decade. Here on the East End, at least eight blood drives are scheduled over the next month.

Samuels, Roesel Are Solid In Pierson/Bridgehampton Girls Basketball’s Loss At Smithtown Christian

Junior guard Leslie Samuels is always tasked with guarding the toughest opponent, and despite her Pierson/Bridgehampton girls basketball team’s 53-33 loss at Smithtown Christian...