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Red Devil Swim Raises Close To $10,000 For EHVOR

Over 100 swimmers came out to participate in this year’s Red Devil Swim on Sunday, September 5, at Atlantic Avenue Beach in Amagansett. Swimmers had...

East Hampton/Pierson/Bridgehampton/Ross Football Forges Ahead

While the 1-4 record may not necessarily indicate it, the shortened 2020 season was a largely successful one for the East Hampton/Pierson football team. After...

Life After McErlean And Greene: Pierson Cross Country Still Aims To Be Successful After...

The Pierson boys and girls cross country teams are in lockstep with one another. Both programs will look very different after graduating some of the...

East Hampton Girl Swimmers Look To Carry Over Success It Had In The Spring

The East Hampton/Pierson/Bridgehampton girls swim team is looking to carry over the success it saw in the condensed spring season with a handful of...

Penelope Greene Wins First Ever Collegiate Cross Country Race

Penelope Greene made a name for herself in Sag Harbor, running for the Pierson girls cross country team for four years and winning a...

Pierson/Bridgehampton Girls Volleyball Welcomes Back Indoor Spectators After 578 Days Away

Although it was the season opener for the Pierson/Bridgehampton girls volleyball team when it hosted Mattituck on Friday, September 3, the match was more...

Win At Classic Is Dream Come True For Trotter

Four years ago, when Dana Trotter walked into the barn at Two Trees Stables in Bridgehampton, she saw a beautiful, dark brown horse standing...

Ward Is Fast, But Bluman Is Faster In Exciting Finish At Hampton Classic Grand...

When McLain Ward and his horse, Contagious, galloped through the finish line after clearing the final obstacle in the jump-off in Sunday’s $300,000 Hampton...

Pierson/Bridgehampton Volleyball Looks To Bounce Back

After missing the playoffs by a single victory last season (6-8 League VI) — the first time in quite some time that they’ve missed...

Pierson Field Hockey Will Try To Win Seventh Straight County Title

The Pierson field hockey team will once again be the favorite to win the Suffolk County Class C title — which would be its...

Local Teams Will Be Navigating Changes In Long Island Tennis Landscape

New divisions and a state tournament are just a little of what will be changing the Long Island tennis scene this season. For the first...

Pierson Boys Soccer Excited To Start New Season

Players on the Pierson/Bridgehampton boys soccer team are excited for the upcoming season, if, and only if, to start with a fresh slate after...

Impromptu Renovation Of Grand Prix Field Forces Scheduling Alterations At Hampton Classic

When the Hampton Classic was canceled in 2020 because of the pandemic, it was a big disappointment for the exhibitors, spectators, and organizers who...

After Hiatus, Locals Thrilled To Be Back At Hampton Classic

Riders of all ages and ability levels who compete at the Hampton Classic often have the same expression when they're in the ring —...

Joe Fargis Looks Back On Olympic Gold With Touch Of Class

When Joe Fargis arrived in southern California for the 1984 Olympics with the rest of the United States Equestrian Team, he spent the first...

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27Speaks: Over The Line; Re-Drawing Congressional District Lines

In this week’s edition of 27Speaks, the editors are joined by correspondent Alec Giufurta for a discussion about the process of redrawing congressional district lines, following last year’s U.S. Census.

Suspect In Colorado Murder Apprehended In Sag Harbor

The investigation involved Sag Harbor Village Police, who were contacted by police from North Plainfield, New Jersey, on October 4, who told them Ms. Cruz had been reported missing and was believed to be at the Sag Harbor Inn. When Sag Harbor Police arrived at the motel, they found William Cruz, who was taken into custody and taken to the hospital for treatment, State Police said in a release.

Sag Harbor Mayor Larocca Unveils New Waterfront Overlay Law

Sag Harbor Village Mayor Jim Larocca on Tuesday unveiled an amended version of a new zoning law that would create a special waterfront overlay district aimed at controlling development along what is widely agreed to be the village’s most valuable asset.