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Tough Stretch for Bonac Tennis

Posted on 12 October 2013

Pierson freshman Isabel Peters played first singles against Ross on Friday. Gavin Menu photo By Gavin Menu The East Hampton-Pierson girls tennis team dropped two matches over the last week to fall out of contention for the League VII title. Going into a match at the Ross School on Friday, the Lady Bonackers were 5-1 [...]

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Letters to the Editor 10/03/13

Posted on 03 October 2013

Protecting Wildlife   To the Editor: In the September 18 Sag Harbor Express article ‘Schneiderman clears Hurtles [sic] for Turtles,’ there is an implication that the Friends of the Long Pond Greenbelt (FLPG) and South Fork Natural History Museum (SoFo) opposed the upgrading of the old asphalt sidewalk along the Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Turnpike. We write [...]

LI Restaurant Week Will Be Held NOvember 3-10

Posted on 15 August 2013

The bi-annual and award-winning Long Island Restaurant Week ( kicks off its Fall 2013 campaign on Sunday, November 3 for eight days ending Sunday, November 11. Participating restaurants will offer a three-course prix fixe for $27.95 all night, every night they are open except Saturday when the menu will only be offered until 7 p.m. [...]

Dinner at Kyle’s Continues Through Labor Day

Posted on 15 August 2013

Married chefs Allison Katz and Fritz Beckmann have been cooking dinner at Kyle’s on Shelter Island since July 4th. Their menus focus on fresh ingredients, local fish and produce, and are buying from local farms as much as possible, including from Bette Lacina and Dale Haubrich’s Under the Willow farm in Sag Harbor and KK’s [...]

North Haven Village Releases Deer Management Report

Posted on 10 July 2013

When it comes to the deer population in North Haven, it is no longer a question of to kill or not to kill. Residents and local officials are instead asking how many deer can be culled from the herd.
This week the Village of North Haven will release its first official deer management report, assembled by the village deer committee, a group formed last year amidst calls for deer and tick abatement. In the report, the committee put forth suggestions on how to best provide an effective reduction of the deer population in the village, with a secondary goal of reducing the tick population and thereby minimizing the impacts of tick-borne illnesses, which have grown increasingly prevalent over the last few years.

Suffolk County Brings Summer Bus Service to Montauk Point

Posted on 02 July 2013

Suffolk County Legislator Jay Schneiderman announces the summer bus service for the S94 shuttle Montauk Village to Montauk Point Lighthouse. The S94 service is a connecting bus service and will be available Monday through Saturday from Friday, July 5 to Saturday, August 31. The bus schedule is available on the Suffolk County Transit Bus website at [...]

Local Businesses Join Residents in Call for Better Drainage in Sag Harbor

Posted on 12 June 2013

Residents of Garden, Howard and Spring streets in Sag Harbor continued a call this week for a comprehensive drainage plan to combat the ravages of weather events like Superstorm Sandy on their historic homes.
And local businesses appear to be on their side.

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Alleged Counterfeit Culprit Collared

Posted on 20 March 2013

This week, Sag Harbor Village Police arrested Daniel L. Gonzalez, 32, of Ozone Park in connection with a case involving counterfeit $100 bills police said he tried to use at village businesses this January.

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Struggling on the Mat

Posted on 18 January 2013

Pierson senior Dana Harvey wrestled for East Hampton against Shoreham-Wading River on January 9. Both Harvey and East Hampton, which traditionally boasts wrestlers from Pierson every year, lost to Shoreham, one of the best teams in League VI, with an overall score of 58-22. Pierson’s most successful wrestler this year has been Kevin Heine, who [...]

Deadly Hurricanes Past and Future

Posted on 30 November 2012

By Richard Gambino Hurricane Sandy killed 143 people — 69 in the Caribbean and 74 in the U.S. Its strongest winds measured 110 mph in Cuba and 90 mph in the U.S. Contrast this to a hurricane in October 1780 that killed more than 20,000 people, in the Caribbean, whose population was then a small [...]