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Snowy Forecasts Force Sag Harbor to Cancel After School Activities

Posted on 20 March 2015

The Sag Harbor School District has cancelled all after school activities today, Friday, March 20, the first day of spring, due to forecasts of heavy snow.

Three Injured in Noyac Road Crash

Posted on 20 March 2015

Three people were injured in a two-vehicle collision on Noyac Road Friday morning.

Sag Harbor Fire Chief Jim Frazier said the driver of a car was medevaced to Stony Brook Hospital from the North Sea ballfield following the accident. Two other victims were taken by ambulance to Southampton Hospital.

Police Apprehend Man Wanted in Sag Harbor Home Invasion

Posted on 20 March 2015

Ali Wisdom, 37, the man Sag Harbor Village Police say entered his cousin’s house on Hillside Drive in Sag Harbor on February 10, brandishing a handgun, demanding money, and firing off several rounds before fleeing, was arraigned on four felony charges in Southampton Town Justice Court on Friday morning.

Small Plane Has Rough Landing At East Hampton Airport

Posted on 19 March 2015

At 5 p.m. on Wednesday, March 18, the East Hampton Town Police responded to reports of a plane skidding off the runway at East Hampton Airport. David Bulgin, age 62, of Sag Harbor was the plane’s pilot and the sole occupant of the Beechcraft Baron BE 58. According to the police, Mr. Bulgin had landed [...]

Tensions Soar at East Hampton Airport Hearing as Critics and Supporters Air Their Views

Posted on 19 March 2015

Since proposed flight restrictions at East Hampton Airport were unveiled last month, many members of the local aviation community have argued the laws will surely result in increased taxes and the eventual closure of the airport.

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Eight Fire Departments Battle Blaze at Oceanfront Home in East Hampton Village

Posted on 18 March 2015

Firefighters from eight departments spent several hours battling a blaze that destroyed a large house at the end of a long, private road in East Hampton Village on Wednesday afternoon.

School District Administrators Propose Plan for In-House Special Education Program in Sag Harbor

Posted on 18 March 2015

Hoping to develop a new in-house program for students with disabilities, Sag Harbor School District administrators proposed a special education budget to the Board of Education on Thursday, March 12, that would keep those students in the district while still reducing expenses by almost 5 percent from last year’s budget.

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Sag Harbor Board of Education Critical of Governor’s Proposed Reforms for Teachers

Posted on 18 March 2015

In response to Governor Andrew Cuomo’s proposed education initiatives, one of which would require that half of the measurement of whether a teacher is good at his or her job be based on students’ test scores alone, the Sag Harbor Board of Education expressed its concerns over the state’s reliance on state tests.

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Wait Continues for Harbor Market

Posted on 18 March 2015

Wrangling over the Harbor Market & Kitchen, whose owners, Paul and Susana Del Favero, have hoped to open in the former Espresso market this spring, continued before the Sag Harbor Village Board this week with little hope for a quick solution.

Sag Harbor’s Interfaith Museum Brings Students Together

Posted on 18 March 2015

For over a decade Leah Oppenheimer has been trying to find a way to further incorporate Hispanic families into the larger East End community, and now this Sunday her efforts will be unveiled at the opening of Sag Harbor’s new Interfaith Museum.

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