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HarborFest Guide 2012

Posted on 24 August 2012

HarborFest Guide 2012   To reserve space in the HarborFest guide, please fax in the form below to 631.725.1584 or email harborfest contract 2012 printable version If you need more information about the guide or about the available ad spaces, call Renée at 631.725.1700.  

Andrew Neidnig

Posted on 10 August 2012

By Bryan Boyhan For decades he was a familiar site, a gray haired man jogging along the side of the road, his head bent to the ground, arms swinging at his side in any weather the skies would serve up. But in the past several years, injuries and ill health sidelined Andy Neidnig, the celebrated [...]

DEC Reopens Sag Harbor Shellfishing

Posted on 25 May 2012

Approximately 490 acres of shellfish lands in Sag Harbor Cove, Town of Southampton, is re-opening for the harvest of shellfish, the state Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) announced today. These areas were closed on April 26, after DEC’s Bureau of Marine Resources detected saxitoxin, a naturally occurring marine biotoxin that causes paralytic shellfish poisoning, in [...]

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Karl Grossman

Posted on 04 May 2012

By Bryan Boyhan After 50 years in journalism, what have you learned? My specialty has been investigative reporting, and what I’ve learned is what I picked up way back, when I was an intern at the Cleveland Press. The Press was a hot bed of investigative reporting. It was founded by E.W. Scripps, who was [...]

Barley Dunne

Posted on 27 April 2012

How are our local waters? They’re pretty good, scallops are on the rebound. There has been lots of talk about bugs, and we have high hopes for this year. We do a scallop sanctuary project and seed heavily. We broadcast the spawners and keep them pretty dense; the closer together they are the more likely [...]

Express Gets Top Awards

Posted on 06 April 2012

Sag Harbor Express staff traveled to Saratoga Springs, New York, this past weekend for the annual New York Press Association’s convention and Better Newspaper Contest. The Express returned with 32 awards, including the Stuart Dorman Award for Editorial Excellence, the state association’s highest award for weekly community newspapers. In all, 158 newspapers competed in the [...]

Building Champions One Kid at a Time

Posted on 09 March 2012

When it comes to sports, a group of local parents wants to make sure that no child is left behind in the intense competition of school athletics where not everyone who wants to play always makes the team. All children benefit from the exercise, self-confidence, and sense of sportsmanship and team effort that goes along [...]

Whalers Fall in Long Island C Final

Posted on 06 March 2012

In their search for a Long Island Class C Championship, the Pierson Whalers boys varsity basketball team came within just one game. Faced with the tough interior game and up-tempo style of play of the East Rockaway Rocks, Pierson fell in a landslide, 63-25, loss. This game, played on the night of Tuesday, March 6 [...]

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Wainscott Fire Claims One Life

Posted on 11 February 2012

By Claire Walla A blazing fire last Friday, February 10 in Wainscott claimed the life of William Bauer, 78, according to the Suffolk County Police Homicide Squad. The Bridgehampton Fire Department was called out to the Cozy Cottages Complex at 395 Montauk Highway in Wainscott to respond to a fire at Unit 11 shortly after [...]

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Say Goodbye to CONPOSH

Posted on 24 November 2011

By Bryan Boyhan At its height, CONPOSH — the Coalition of Neighborhoods for the Preservation of Sag Harbor — was such an influential organization that prospective developers would come before them to see if the group — with representatives from nearly two dozen neighborhoods — planned to fight their application. In the end, there was not even a handful [...]

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