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The 45th Annual Hampton Classic Horse Show Returns This Sunday

​After being canceled in 2020 due to the pandemic, the Hampton Classic Horse Show is set to make its much anticipated return to 240...

Bill Clinton Are Among Those Who Attend The 73rd Annual Artists And Writers Celebrity...

Herrick Park in East Hampton was once again the site of the Artists and Writers Celebrity Softball Game on Saturday, August 21, the 73rd...

Hampton Classic Staff Take On Henri

While most people were busy on Friday and Saturday of last week filling gas cans for generators, securing their lawn furniture, and heading to...

So Long, Rod

Rod Gilbert, the Hall of Fame hockey player known as “Mr. Ranger” and who called Sag Harbor home for at least a decade, died...

Local School Officials Are Excited, Optimistic About The Upcoming Athletic Year

Monday marked the official start of the 2021 fall high school athletics season, which comes with optimism and excitement from all parties involved —...

The 26th Annual Ellen’s Run Welcomes Back Live Runners

After being held virtually last year due to the pandemic, Ellen’s Run returned to Southampton Village on Sunday, August 15, in a hybrid form...

Local Advocates Are Optimistic Of A Lacrosse Resurgence In East Hampton

Once upon a time — in the mid and late 2000s, to be exact — lacrosse was a marquee sport at East Hampton High...

Hampton Lifeguard Association Has Its Best Showing At USLA Nationals Yet

Fourteen years ago, John Ryan Jr. took eight kids down to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, to show them something new. When his daughters, Haley,...

HCBL Announces Its MVP, Pitcher Of The Year And Reliever Of The Year Award...

All three of Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League’s postseason award winners hailed from teams on the South Fork. Will Gale (Seton Hall) became the first ever...

Pierson Baseball, South Fork Boys Lacrosse Lead List Of Spring Postseason Awards

The Pierson baseball team dominated its competition this past spring, going into the playoffs with a 14-1 League VI record that eventually culminated in...

Thomas Schiavoni Earns His Black Belt At EPIC Martial Arts

A journey that started nearly 10 years ago hit its pinnacle on Saturday, July 31, when Thomas Schiavoni earned his black belt at EPIC...

Adam Nagler Completes 450-Mile Paddleboard Journey, Raises $70,000 For Nantucket Mental Health Center

Days after completing a 450-mile solo standup paddleboard journey from Cape Charles Lighthouse in Virginia to Brant Point Lighthouse on Nantucket, Adam Nagler was...

East Hampton’s Main Beach Hosted What May Have Been Its Biggest Lifeguard Competition Yet

After being shut down due to the pandemic last year, East Hampton’s Main Beach Lifeguard Competition returned last Thursday, July 22, to what may...

Southampton Breakers Sweep Sag Harbor Whalers To Reach HCBL Championship For The First Time...

If history has anything to say about it, the Southampton Breakers are in a prime spot to win their third Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League...

Proctor’s Slump-Busting Base Hit In The 12th Advances Whalers To HCBL Semifinals

Myles Proctor had been scuffling at the plate prior to a key at bat in the top of the 12th inning of Thursday’s wild...

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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.