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Jazz Bassist Christian McBride Kicks Off a Weekend of Music in Sag Harbor

Posted on 25 September 2014

By Annette Hinkle When Kelly C. Dodds moved to Sag Harbor a few years ago, she took a look around and quickly realized something no one else had before. This would be a great place for a music festival. Dodds had spent most of her professional career working for companies and organizations associated with the [...]

Sag Harbor to Consider Later School Start Times for Sleep-Deprived Students

Posted on 24 September 2014

On weekday mornings, Grace Gawronski’s alarm goes off at 6:20 on the dot. The 12-year-old reserves about 10 to 20 minutes to drag herself out of bed, then spends another 20 to 30 minutes getting ready for school at Pierson. She gets on the bus at 7 a.m. and arrives at school between 7:10 and 7:15 to make it to class by the starting bell at 7:26.

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Sag Harbor 7-Eleven Owners Plead Guilty to Federal Charges

Posted on 24 September 2014

The former operators of Sag Harbor’s 7-Eleven pleaded guilty to wire fraud and concealing and harboring illegal aliens while stealing their wages on Monday, according to a news release from the U.S. Attorney’s office.

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Fight to Stop CVS Rages on in Bridgehampton

Posted on 24 September 2014

Although contractors began clearing the proposed site for a CVS Pharmacy in Bridgehampton last week, Bridgehampton Citizens Advisory Committee members donning anti-CVS pins on Monday seemed encouraged by the possibility an alternate site could be found for the store.

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Legion Celebrates Post’s Brick and Mortar Anniversary

Posted on 24 September 2014

Robert Browngardt, a past commander of the Chelberg-Battle Post #388, didn’t pause when asked Monday for his favorite memory of the Sag Harbor American Legion.

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Meet the Candidates Night Becomes One-Man Show

Posted on 24 September 2014

What was supposed to be a meet the candidates night with U.S. Representative Tim Bishop and his Republican challenger, Lee Zeldin, sponsored by the Noyac Civic Council Tuesday night, instead turned out to be a one-man show featuring Mr. Bishop.

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Panel Talks Ticks in Sag Harbor

Posted on 23 September 2014

A human sized deer tick named Deirdre, who would have given Godzilla a run for his money at the box office, stood at the foot of Sag Harbor’s Long Wharf Saturday morning, greeting the audience arriving at Bay Street Theater for “Tick-Borne Diseases: What You Should Know.”

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John Jermain Memorial Library Budget Vote and Trustee Election Monday

Posted on 23 September 2014

This Monday, September 29, Sag Harbor residents will vote on the John Jermain Memorial Library’s 2015 proposed budget.The proposed budget is $2,399, 812 which is an increase of $111,367 over the approved 2014 spending plan.

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East Hampton Town Adopts Formula Business Law

Posted on 23 September 2014

After almost six months since the first public hearing on the matter, the East Hampton Town Board adopted a local law on Thursday, September 18, which will require new chain stores to go through a special permitting process.

Hyperlocal Plans for Harbor Market in Sag Harbor

Posted on 22 September 2014

Everybody wants to know what’s to become of the iconic little market on the corner of Division and Henry streets in Sag Harbor. Since the 1930s, this building has provided the community with an easy, casual spot to grab meals or linger over the paper. Chef Paul Del Favero and his wife Susana Plaza Del Favero want to keep that heritage alive with Harbor Market, offering a revitalized menu that takes into account the local, seasonal, and health-conscious demands of the community.

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