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Sag Harbor School District Proposes Technology, Transportation, Benefits Budget

Posted on 25 February 2015

A month before the entire 2015-16 budget is to be reviewed, Sag Harbor School District administrators presented technology, debt service, employee benefits and transportation components to the board of education on Monday.

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Heat Rises Over New Harbor Market Roof

Posted on 24 February 2015

Saying they would not have approved plans to move mechanical equipment like air conditioning and heating units to the roof if they knew the intended scope of the work, members of the Sag Harbor Village Board of Historic Preservation and Architectural Review sent the developers of the Harbor Market & Kitchen back to the drawing board on Monday.

New Book Looks Back at Dan Rizzie’s Artistic Leanings

Posted on 23 February 2015

As an internationally acclaimed artist, Dan Rizzie’s work is bold, colorful and instantly recognizable. Blackbirds perched on limbs, saw tooth tulips, curving arabesques, brightly colored circles, botanical illustrations and backgrounds laden with text and found materials are the recurring components of his iconic artistic imagery. Now, Mr. Rizzie, who lives with his wife Susan Lazarus in North Haven, is the subject of a new monograph, “Dan Rizzie” which has just been published by the University of Texas Press.

Jermain Avenue, Hampton Street Closed After Water Main Breaks

Posted on 20 February 2015

Northbound traffic on Hampton Street in Sag Harbor is being re-routed to Eastville Avenue as highway workers try to clear roads after a water main burst in the early Friday morning.

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Police Continue to Search for Wisdom

Posted on 18 February 2015

Sag Harbor Village Police continue to search for Ali Wisdom, 37, the suspect in a home invasion and attempted robbery in the Sag Harbor Hills neighborhood on February 10 who eluded capture after fleeing the area on foot.

Legal Aid Society Sues East End Justice Courts

Posted on 18 February 2015

A lawsuit filed by the Legal Aid Society of Suffolk County charges that many East End justice courts, including Sag Harbor’s, have violated the constitutional rights of indigent defendants by failing to provide them with private places to meet with their attorneys before arraignments.

Business Owners Express Concern Over Proposed Regulations at East Hampton Airport

Posted on 18 February 2015

When East Hampton Town proposed strict regulations on East Hampton Airport earlier this month, many people who had fought for years for quieter skies celebrated, but as the first public hearing on four proposed laws approaches and the public awaits the final report of a town budget committee, some concern has been raised about the impact the laws could have on the community.

More Snow and Frigid Temperatures Expected to Hit the East End

Posted on 18 February 2015

Everything seemed to slow down on the East End as winter weather reared its ugly head once again this weekend.

New President for Eastville Historical Society

Posted on 18 February 2015

Audrey Gaines, the former director of youth services for East Hampton Town, has recently been elected to a two-year term as president of the Eastville Community Historical Society.

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Ice Fishing in America

Posted on 18 February 2015

Round Pond was snow covered and frozen solid Saturday morning. The lead gray sky and heavy air promised more snow, as two men, one dressed in tan Carhartt coveralls, the other in navy blue Arctic Cat snowmobile bibs and a lined denim jacket, used a hand auger to drill through the foot-thick ice and set their ice-fishing rigs.