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Our Ducky Little Village

by Penny Moser They shot out of the carrier and into the wild like rockets. Four mallard ducks – that once had a feather duster...

The Effort of Process

By Mayor Greg Ferraris I am sure that many of you have now read last week’s Point of View column penned by Richard Gambino. While...

Mayor Ferraris Reveals Himself

By Richard Gambino On April 2, The Express ran a front page story about a judge dismissing a suit against Mayor Greg Ferraris’ government by...

Sustaining

By Gabrielle Selz We are a community shaped and surrounded by water, bounded on one side by the Atlantic Ocean and on the other by...

On Winning and Losing

By Benito Vila A few weeks ago the Pierson seventh grade girls’ basketball team lost its debut by one point in double overtime. The kids...

Sag Harbor’s Green Generation

 By Russell Diamond Sag Harbor boasts beauty on both sides of Bay Street and creative inhabitants past and present. The town has a rich heritage...

Hold the Code

By Stan Eckstut The Village of Sag Harbor stands a critical juncture in planning its future development. Recent efforts to revise the Village’s zoning code...

Obama Ran So We Could Fly

By Bobby Vacca It takes the soul of a poet to capture in a few words the historical significance of how the son of a...

Double or Nothing

By Stephen Longmire This week marks the first time in 35 years that Sag Harbor’s village board has designated an individual structure—the Art Deco sign...

Undoing Panic

By Benito Vila If it wasn’t enough that the sky seems to be falling financially around the world, I was cornered last week at a...

At the Polls: Tales From Election Day

Lines were long this morning at schools, fire houses and community centers across the East End as voters were expected to turn out in...

I Don’t Think So

The following is in response to Joseph Hanna's column in the September 25 edition of The Sag Harbor Express Dear Mr. Hanna: I would like to...

Quality Time

By Bobby Vacca   My dad, Sal Vacca, will be 92 in November. He loves baseball. This past spring his chiropractor, Dr. Stephen Petruccelli, told him...

On East End Public Transit Advocacy

And A Futile Attempt to Work with the Town of Southampton On the Coordinated Rail and Bus Network Feasibility Study   By Hank de Cillia  I recently resigned...

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We've reached an important milestone this week. On July 14 we entered our 150th year. It is significant not just because of the age...

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27Speaks: Help Wanted; The Difficulty In Recruiting And Maintaining Employees On The East End

In this week’s edition of 27Speaks, the editors look back on a virtual Express Sessions event held on October 14 in which East End employers discussed the trials they are facing hiring and retaining employees post-pandemic.

Pierson Boys Cross Country Finishes Second To Southold, Girls Pick Up A Pair Of...

A victory over Southold at Indian Island Park on Wednesday for the Pierson boys cross country team would have forced a share of the...

Bridgehampton School Celebrates Community, New Addition

A throng of children, parents, teachers, and curious community members descended on the back field of the Bridgehampton School on Saturday, October 16, to celebrate the start of the new school year and the completion of the district’s major $29 million expansion project.