Opponents — and there have been many over the years — of efforts to build a public pool in Southampton Town have often argued...
Southampton Town’s Opioid Addiction Task Force, established last year to propose meaningful solutions to help combat the drug crisis on a local level, will...
Those interested in seeing the spirit of Sag Harbor and its school community shine should plan on attending Spirit Night at Pierson High School on Friday.
By all accounts, there are several thousand — yes, thousand — people in need of year-round, affordable housing in East Hampton and Southampton towns.
The village’s Harbor Committee has called for water testing in and around Sag Harbor, and now there is a plan to do just that.
Plans for the renovation of Long Wharf have been in the works for the better part of a decade.
Southampton Town officials announced that the number of fatal overdoses had spiked from five in all of 2016 to 17 through mid-November of this year.
There is also the question of participation and whether any child’s development should come at the expense of a winning program.
Repairing, and improving, Sag Harbor’s Long Wharf, has been a conversation before the village board for well over a decade.
Straddling the border of both towns is the Village of Sag Harbor, which is conveniently exempt from the requirements of the new town laws.
Protecting youth from an opioid crisis that has annually claimed local lives by the dozens is challenging at best.
Southampton Town officials last month established a task force to come up with a plan of action to be presented to the town board by next June.
Southampton Supervisor Jay Schneiderman’s proposal to create a historic district in the heart of Bridgehampton has merit.
The Sag Harbor Village Board did the right thing when it took back, in part, charges levied against two non-profits for overtime services.
As these largely non-profit events grow, so too may the need for additional village resources to help sustain them.