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Express Plan To Rent Space to Real Estate Firm Draws Critics

Posted on 16 July 2014

A plan for Sotheby’s Real Estate to move into the former offices of The Sag Harbor Express, pitched on Tuesday as a simple change of tenants to the Sag Harbor Village Zoning Board of Appeals, was instead painted by its opponents as an attempt to flout the village’s effort to preserve Main Street as a viable shopping district.

Sag Harbor Acupuncturist Arrested on Charges of Sexual Abuse Against Patient

Posted on 16 July 2014

Southampton Town Police arrested a Sag Harbor acupuncturist Saturday, July 12, on charges that he sexually abused a female patient he was treating.

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East Hampton’s Save A Dog A Day Finds Homes For Dogs, Friends for Humans

Posted on 16 July 2014

If no one had rescued Ollie from the cardboard box advertising “free puppies,” he and his siblings were sharing at a yard sale in South Carolina, he would have been thrown into a river and drowned.

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Harbor Committee Stand Off Continues

Posted on 16 July 2014

The battle of wills between the Sag Harbor Harbor Committee and the Village Board of Trustees continued this week, with the board yet to announce its appointments to the committee and the committee’s chairman firing broadsides at how the village manages waterfront.

Sag Harbor to Weigh Moratorium

Posted on 16 July 2014

The Sag Harbor Village Board will be asked to consider a moratorium on most developments requiring setback relief from wetlands, pending a revision of its wetlands law.

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Storytelling in Southampton

Posted on 16 July 2014

In a world in which technology seems to be taking over, entertainment often becomes interactive and distracting, desperately trying to grip the ADD generation with graphics and fanfare. But for over 15 years, a group of writers, scientists, criminals, musicians, thinkers and average Joes have come together under the guise of “The Moth” to provide the public with something raw: a simple story.

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Update: Sag Harbor School Board Member Daniel Hartnett Resigns

Posted on 16 July 2014

Daniel Hartnett resigned from the Sag Harbor School District Board of Education Monday, July 14, after selling his house in the district two weeks ago.

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Sag Harbor Elementary School Teacher Travels to Malawi to Visit School for Orphans

Posted on 16 July 2014

Hundreds of art supplies, dozens of books and one Sag Harbor Elementary School teacher are on their way to a school for orphans in Malawi Thursday, July 17.

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Dead Dolphin Found on Bridgehampton Beach

Posted on 16 July 2014

Jorge Rios of East Hampton was teaching Junior Lifeguarding at the Bridgehampton Club, at the end of Ocean Road in Bridgehampton, Wednesday morning when the lifeguard came across a dead dolphin washed up on the beach.

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Diana Vreeland Ruled the Fashion World by Changing It

Posted on 16 July 2014

For half a century, Diana Vreeland, the longtime editor of Vogue magazine, was at the helm of the fashion world. She played a major role in transforming the industry from commonplace, conforming trends that rotated by the decade into iconic statements that helped celebrities blossom, recognized international contributions and enabled women to wear—and show—their personality.

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