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Camps for Kids to Play and Learn

With summer vacation taking hold, there are several sports camps due to open next week to keep kids playing. The programs and costs for...

Whalers Struggle in Early Season

By Jese Rosenthal Close Games. Tough Losses. Both are adequate ways to describe the last few games played by our Sag Harbor Whalers summer collegiate...

Soggy Softball Boys: Changes to Come After the Rain

By Benito Vila While it may be true that April showers bring out May’s flowers, it’s also true that late day storms in June make...

Pierson Athletic Awards: Big Send Off for Year

By Benito Vila  “There is no off-season” is the slogan for an up-island training facility that some Pierson athletes go to. It speaks to the...

Men’s Softball Starts 51st Season

By Benito Vila From the way the ospreys were perching in their nest on the left centerfield light tower in Mashashimuet Park Monday and Tuesday,...

Boys Lax Ends in Postseason

by Jesse Rosenthal The East Hampton Boys Lacrosse team had an outstanding season in 2010 that garnered much prestige for individual players and saw the...

Ladies Lax Ends Season 4-10

By Jesse Rosenthal The East Hampton High School Girls Lacrosse team, which plays host to players from Pierson and Bridgehampton as well, made some improvements...

Track Sends Six to Championships

The Ross/Pierson Track & Field squad ended their 2010 season with six athletes competing in the Division III Championships on Tuesday May 25 at...

Ross School Gives Sports Awards

The Ross School Spring Sports Awards were held on May 26 in the Great Hall of the Center for Well-Being. Students in tennis, softball,...

Sports Briefs

Whalers Need Housing Officials for the Sag Harbor Collegiate Baseball Whalers team are currently looking for housing for players and coaches. Rooms are needed immediately...

Lady Whalers Stumble in the End

By Jesse Rosenthal Although the season ended in a rather disappointing, somewhat anticlimactic manner, The Pierson Lady Whalers played exceptional softball throughout the entire 2010...

Pierson Varsity Baseball: Struggle Leads to Confidence

By Jesse Rosenthal The Pierson Varsity Baseball Whalers success in the 2010 season cannot be measured by reviewing their record. Considering the way in which...

Pierson JV: A Season Learning How to Win

By Jesse Rosenthal If success is measured in terms of winning and losing in baseball, then it could be said the Pierson JV Baseball Whalers...

Lady Whalers Set to Meet Rivals in Postseason

  By Jese Rosenthal The Lady Whalers are poised for playoff success. Although they lost 14-7 against divisional rivals Port Jefferson last week, they rallied against...

Whalers Baseball Looks to Next Year

By Jesse Rosenthal The Pierson Varsity Baseball Whalers success in the 2010 season cannot be measured by reviewing their record. Considering the way in which...

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27Speaks: Feeling Congested – Traffic Woes On The East End

In this week’s edition of 27Speaks, the editors are joined by reporter Kitty Merrill for a discussion about traffic woes on the East End, and efforts local officials are taking to try to ease the gridlock.

Larocca Announces Affordable Housing Initiative In Sag Harbor

As part of a new effort to address the lack of affordable housing in Sag Harbor, Mayor Jim Larocca said this week he would appoint trustees Bob Plumb and Ed Haye to serve as co-chairs of the Sag Harbor Affordable Housing Initiative.

Lil’ Birdie Opens in Sag Harbor

Located off Division Street in Sag Harbor, Lil’ Birdie offers all natural and organic homemade fried chicken, grilled chicken, and falafel sandwiches with a unique selection of sauces at an affordable price.