Posted on 01 March 2013
By Kathryn G. Menu The former Sag Harbor Village Trustee and Suffolk County Legislator talks about why he believes arbitration doesn’t work for municipalities seeking a new contract with their police unions, why its Albany’s fault and why residents should know the facts. What made you decide to host a forum on arbitration issues on [...]
Posted on 22 February 2013
Tom Edmonds, executive director of the Southampton Historical Museum, who will give a talk on “Jewish Settlers in Southampton” at Chabad of Southampton Jewish Center on February 27. What piqued your interest to explore this topic? It was like an assignment and I was suddenly back in school. I gave a talk at the [...]
Posted on 15 February 2013
By Annette Hinkle How do you use The Kathy in your job? First and foremost, it’s patrolling or surveillance. It’s amazing what you see from the water. You can identify changes in the shoreline or assess different activities. I’ve called in at least a dozen violations over the years— people filling wetlands or clearing vegetation illegally. At [...]
Posted on 08 February 2013
By Annette Hinkle Sag Harbor Village Police Officer David S. Driscoll who has been named the 2012 Officer of the Year. Officer Driscoll was honored last Friday, along with other officers of the year from North and South Fork departments, at a Kiwanis Club dinner in Aquebogue. How do you get selected as Officer of [...]
Posted on 30 January 2013
The member of The Corner Bar’s management team talks about The Corner’s 35th anniversary celebration this Friday through Sunday (February 1 through 3, 2013), the vision of owner Jim Smyth, and his favorite meal on the menu.
Posted on 23 January 2013
The recently elected president of the Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce (and founder of the Sag Harbor American Music Festival) talks about her new role with the chamber and offers a preview of what to expect at this year’s HarborFrost.
Posted on 16 January 2013
The Canio’s co-owner will lead “Voluntary Simplicity,” a five-week workshop at Canio’s Cultural Café offered through the Northwest Earth Institute in Portland, Ore. The program begins in late January,
Posted on 09 January 2013
The singer and actress will lead two eight week workshops for young actors and singers at Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor beginning next week — a Theater Arts Class & Showcase and Sing The Song! Vocal Performance and Live Concert.
Posted on 02 January 2013
The president of the Peconic Land Trust talks about the successes and the challenges of land preservation on the East End on the eve of the trust’s 30th anniversary.
Posted on 19 December 2012
In response to last Friday’s mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut, the pastor of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the South Fork organized a multi-faith vigil against assault weapons on Friday, December 21 at Marine Park in Sag Harbor at 9:30 a.m.