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Lady Whalers Get Too Quiet

By Benito Vila   Sometimes the more you work at something, the more you find what you have to do. That seems to be the lesson...

Ross/Pierson Track Near the Top

Last week the Ross/Pierson girls’ and boys’ varsity track teams traveled to Center Moriches and came away with several top performances. Sarah Barrett (Pierson)...

Too Many Ladies Left On

By Benito Vila The idea is to get ‘em on, move ‘em up and get ‘em in. It sounds a bit like the theme to...

Whalers Open League Play With Come-From-Behind Win

By Benito Vila There’s a moment in every contest when the outcome could go either way. Most often, the winner is determined by who can...

Pierson Boys Varsity Baseball vs. Mercy 4.1.2009

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8mUMMnJgt_8

Not Quite Right Yet: Teams Struggle in Scrimmages

By Benito Vila The word “twitterpated” wonderfully describes the eager promise of spring; it’s a sudden, enjoyable excitement brought on by feeling free of winter...

Little League: Older Divisions Set

In what is annually the most difficult meeting of the year, the Sag Harbor Bridgehampton Little League board met Tuesday to review the results...

Tourneys at SYS

This weekend Southampton Youth Services is hosting a series of sporting events for all ages in its facility on Majors Path. On Friday, SYS...

Good Sports, Good Students

On Monday, Pierson Athletic Director Bill Madsen announced that 10 Pierson High School teams had earned team sportsmanship awards from Section XI of the...

Whaler Boys Look to Return to Playoffs

By Benito Vila   Abundance is a good thing for the most part, but unexpectedly having more of something often means having to make changes. So...

High Hopes for Lady Whalers This Spring

By Benito Vila There are two League VIII titles on the softball banner in the Pierson gym where even as recently as three years ago...

Little League Evaluations at SYS This Weekend

By Benito Vila Ah, Little League: that rite of spring that makes some incredibly happy and others wildly apprehensive. The Sag Harbor Bridgehampton Little League...

Pair Scores in Rowing Competition

On Saturday March 7, Charles (Max) McIntosh and Lee Oldak, representing the Ross School and Sag Harbor Community Rowing respectively, attended the OLMA Sprints...

Minds Over Matter Time and Date Set

The sixth annual Minds Over Matter 5K is set to start at 8:30 a.m. on West Water Street in Sag Harbor on Saturday, May...

It Won’t Be Long: Practices Open, Scrimmages Next Week

By Benito Vila The snow started to come down late Monday afternoon a week to the day after a nor’easter closed schools and made for...

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27Speaks: Are Paid Parking Apps Inevitable In Sag Harbor And East Hampton Villages?

In this week’s edition of 27Speaks, the editors are joined by Co-Publisher Gavin Menu, who also serves as president of the Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce, for a discussion about proposed paid parking programs in the villages of Sag Harbor and East Hampton.

UPDATE: Suffolk Department of Health Gives High-Risk Sports The Go-Ahead To Resume

New York State has permitted high-risk high school sports to resume February 1, as long as local health departments approve it.

Express Sessions: Paid Parking In Sag Harbor, East Hampton Village May Begin This Spring

If all goes according to plan, the villages of Sag Harbor and East Hampton will implement new smartphone app-based paid parking in certain areas...