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HarborFest September 11-13 2009

Posted on 16 September 2009

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Restoration of Urn Completes Civil War Memorial

Posted on 08 May 2009

One of the many paintings that line the walls of Diane Schiavoni’s Oakland Avenue home depicts the Civil War memorial at the intersection of Main and Madison streets in the heart of Sag Harbor. Bought 16 years ago by Schiavoni, the painting details the statue, fence and urn at the memorial site, with Main Street [...]

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Jaime Kosinski

Posted on 08 May 2009

The founder of the MOM 5K on fighting brain cancer, new challenges and the man in the duck costume.   Could you tell us about your mother, how she passed away, and how you decided to start this race in her honor? My mother never really liked to be talked about so I’ll keep this [...]

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Margaret Dollosso

Posted on 10 April 2009

The recently retired Sag Harbor Post Office worker on sponging stamps, her favorite customers and life after the P.O.   When did you begin working with the post office and where? My first job with the post office was in Farmingdale as a carrier. I did that for four months and then I got the [...]

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Pierson Boys Varsity Baseball vs. Mercy 4.1.2009

Posted on 06 April 2009

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Walter Wilcoxen

Posted on 02 April 2009

The president of the Sag Harbor Board of Education on crafting this year’s budget, why he wouldn’t cut programs and making priorities   How long has the budget process taken for the 2009-2010 budget? We basically began talking about it during the summer in our goals meetings. And we try to set overall points of [...]

Il Capuccino: A Passionate Chef from Parma

Posted on 01 April 2009

A passer-by out for a casual stroll around Main Street might find themselves wondering why Sag Harbor suddenly reminds them of a quaint village in Europe. Could it be the comforting aroma of garlic and fresh basil that fills the air? Decidedly yes! Il Capuccino is a classic Italian restaurant that has been located on [...]

Authors Share Their Tales

Posted on 27 March 2009

As kids in the Pierson Middle School walked the halls in slippers and pajamas on Friday, it seemed like one big slumber party. But there were no pillow fights, because this party was completely focused on reading. Barbara McLaughlin, the school’s librarian who also helped organize the event, said this wasn’t the first time the [...]

Advertising in Real Estate

Posted on 26 March 2009

With spring now in full swing, and summer fast approaching, the real estate market seems to be picking up according to local brokers. But the way real estate agents are spending their advertising dollars may have changed along with the recent shift in the economy. Although the sale of homes are not nearly reaching the [...]

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Sag Harbor Schools Adopts $29 million Budget

Posted on 26 March 2009

After weeks of numerous budget meetings and workshops, the Sag Harbor school’s board of education adopted the budget for the 2009-2010 school year. On Monday night, at the board meeting, the board unanimously voted to adopt the 2009-2010 budget in the amount of $29,640,657, an increase of $950,000 over last year’s spending plan. The tax [...]

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