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Bishop, Zeldin Offer Divergent Views at Debate

Posted on 21 October 2014

In what has become an almost daily occurrence in this year’s campaign, the two candidates for Congress in the 1st District, incumbent Democrat Tim Bishop and Republican challenger Lee Zeldin, offered up sharply differing views in a debate last Thursday, October 16.

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Sag Harbor Hires New Senior Building Inspector

Posted on 21 October 2014

East Hampton Town’s chief building inspector, Tom Preiato, will join Sag Harbor Village as its senior building inspector.

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Calling All Rag-a-Muffins! Halloween Parades This Saturday in Sag Harbor & Southampton

Posted on 21 October 2014

One of the centerpieces of pre-Halloween festivities in Sag Harbor is the Rag a Muffin Parade, organized by the Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce, which will take place on Sunday, October 26 at 1 p.m. beginning at Nassau Street next to the Sag Harbor Laundromat on Main Street and ending at The Custom House. For [...]

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Stella Maris Regional School Property on the Block for $3.5 Million

Posted on 15 October 2014

In 2011, after 134 years, the Stella Maris Regional School, the oldest Catholic school on Long Island, closed at the end of the school year. Now the building is for sale with a listed price of $3.5 million.

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Great Grapes! East End Vineyards Have Another Banner Year

Posted on 15 October 2014

East End oenophiles were elated last year when the 2013 Long Island grape harvest was lauded as the best ever vintage. According to local winemakers, celebrations are in order again, as 2014 is proving to be another banner year for South Fork vineyards.

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Bid for Archaeological Survey Stymied in Sag Harbor

Posted on 15 October 2014

In spite of the efforts of preservationists, it looks as though a dilapidated house at 11 Eastville Avenue will be demolished without an archaeological study.

Village Removes Gardner’s Memorial Tree

Posted on 15 October 2014

On Thursday morning a memorial tree originally planted by Sag Harbor Express editor and publisher Victoria Gardner in front of the newspaper office was removed by the Sag Harbor Village Department of Public Works. Sag Harbor Express publisher emeritus Bryan Boyhan, who owns the building at 35 Main Street, said he was not informed of the tree’s removal by the village, but instead was contacted by an employee who noticed the empty plot of dirt marked by an orange pylon that morning.

Southampton School Closed as Precaution After Enterovirus Case Confirmed

Posted on 15 October 2014

Southampton Elementary School closed its doors Wednesday to be disinfected after a student was found to have an enterovirus infection, Superintendent Scott Farina said in an alert issued Tuesday.

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Great Street Honored

Posted on 15 October 2014

Deborah Alaimo Lawlor, a member of the American Planning Association, the organization that named Sag Harbor’s Main Street one of the 10 “Great Streets in America” earlier this month, presented a proclamation to that effect to the Sag Harbor Village Board on Tuesday.

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Wanted: Portrait of a Lady

Posted on 15 October 2014

For the most part, ads in local newspapers offer business services, sales or other specials. But at the end of August, an ad appeared in the pages of The Sag Harbor Express that was looking for something a little more obscure.

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