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Victory is Young and Sweet

By John Bayles Hillary Dobbs, of Sussex, New Jersey, became the youngest grand prix winner in Hampton Classic history last Sunday when she bested four...

Three Teams Play in the Park Saturday

By Benito Vila It may be wet. It may be a bit cool. But after two long weeks of conditioning and drills, every available Pierson...

Eye Spy a Swell Horse

Sophie Thoerner has only been riding Eye Spy for a year, but anyone watching the two compete this week at the 33rd annual Hampton...

The Horses Are Coming

The end of August is upon us and that means two things, tourists galore walking Main Street and horses galore jumping and prancing in...

Gossip is Overall Winner in 26th Annual Sag Harbor Cup

On August 16th, the Breakwater Yacht Club hosted the 26th Annual Sag Harbor Cup.  The race was inaugurated in 1982 and has been hosted...

Loss Ends Magic Season

The magic had to end sometime. As the announcer for the Kutztown Rockies proclaimed the team back to back to back champions of the Atlantic...

Liquors Win It All For Travis

The celebration at Mashashimuet Park ensued immediately after Liquor’s pitcher Kelly Fox forced Tim Mott to fly out, giving Liquors their second consecutive championship....

And the Crowd Goes Wild

He’s not going to make SportsCenter, but Hampton Whalers’ short stop David Leon, a freshman from Youngstown State, did make Sag Harbor sports history...

Seinfeld and the Whalers

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Whalers Head to Division Playoffs

The Hampton Whalers beat the Peekskill Robins yesterday, 3-0, in a one-game playoff and will face the N. Y. Metro Cadets in a best...

Weekend Wins Put Whalers In Playoffs

Hampton Whalers’ manager Julio Vega said he was excited his team, after winning three of their last four games of the regular season, fought...

Ready for the Playoffs

Tuesday night marked the end of the regular season for the Sag Harbor Men’s Fastpitch Softball League. Playoffs begin Thursday, July 24 between the...

Whalers Push for the Playoffs

Whalers’ first baseman Evan Laude’s bat is on fire. And the timing couldn’t be better as the team is making a push for the...

Hoop Greats Unite For Cause

For over a decade, Hoops 4 Hope, a not-for-profit founded in part by East Hampton resident Mark Crandall, has drawn the widespread support of...

A Perfect Day At Mashashimuet

The Hampton Whalers just play better in Sag Harbor said manager Julio Vega. “I don’t know what it is,” he said. “It could be the...

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27Speaks: Saving Steinbeck; Sag Harbor Community Rallies To Preserve Iconic Author’s Former Home

In this week’s edition of 27Speaks, the editors are joined by veteran reporter Stephen J. Kotz and Kathryn Szoka, the co-owner of Canio’s Books, for a discussion about the Steinbeck House in Sag Harbor, which hit the market last week for $17.9 million. An emerging community movement would like to see the property preserved.

Sag Harbor Man Faces Forcible Touching Charges For Incident That Occurred In October

Jake Early, 23, of Sag Harbor turned himself into police following a months long investigation of the incident, which occurred on October 24, police said.