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On the Wild Side

Posted on 16 September 2011

By Andrew Rudansky Celine Cousteau created CauseCentric Productions with the goal of promoting the good works of non-profit organizations from around the globe. It is a non-profit film company that creates short documentaries of other non-profits, several of which will be seen at the Hamptons Conservation & Wildlife Film Festival later this month. Cousteau said [...]

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Proposal to Replace “Eyesore”

Posted on 18 August 2011

By Claire Walla Held together by several sinewy steel poles and strapped down by long, heavy-duty cables, the cell tower atop the highest peak in Noyac looks like something from a space-age movie filmed in the 1950s—which happens to be the decade in which the long-standing tower was built. But, provided the Southampton Town Planning [...]

Life Inside The New York Times

Posted on 21 July 2011

By Claire Walla It was once the kind of thing that solidified a transition into adulthood. Along with wearing a robe, succumbing to slippers and remaining fully inoperable until that first cup of joe, it used to seem adulthood only really began when you sat at the kitchen table and unfolded the pages of The [...]

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Immaculate Victory

Posted on 08 July 2011

By E.J. Yennie Sag Harbor Liquors won both their games last week, Wednesday against the Immaculates then Thursday against the Hysterical Society to give them a 3-1 record in the Sag Harbor Fastpitch Softball League. Team Mott played an 11 inning game against Studio 89 before claiming victory on Thursday and remained the only undefeated [...]

Community Tiff Over Parking

Posted on 21 June 2011

By Claire Walla Noyac resident Dr. Stanley Shore said he’s been visiting the little patch of sand at the end of Noyac Bay Avenue in Northampton Colony for decades. He’s lived in the area since the 1930s and has always been able to park his car on the road where it dead-ends into a strip [...]

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Capturing the Essence of Sag Harbor

Posted on 16 June 2011

By Emily J Weitz Sag Harbor has a little version of everything, and it’s always the best. The best little Italian restaurant, the best little book store, the best little cheese shop, the best little 5 and 10. But one thing this village has not had is a perfumery. And while at first thought it [...]

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Legislation Would Give Vets Tax Relief

Posted on 15 June 2011

By Claire Walla For veterans living in the Town of Southampton, government aid is in a flux. First it’s too much, then it’s too little; but, East End policy makers have introduced a bill that might make it just right. After news broke last month that Southampton Town had, since 2006, fudged the equation that [...]

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Audit Critical About How School Collects Non-Resident Fees

Posted on 15 June 2011

By Kathryn G. Menu On Friday, the office of New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli released a report critical of the Bridgehampton School’s efforts to collect tuition from non-resident students attending the school. The report finds that for two fiscal years the district charged some students less than the board of education’s approved tuition rates. [...]

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Ferry Debate Continues

Posted on 15 June 2011

By Kathryn G. Menu While no formal plans have been filed with the Village of Sag Harbor, according to Mayor Brian Gilbride, the debate over a passenger ferry service to the village continued at Monday’s Harbor Committee meeting where two members disagreed on whether or not it will benefit the village. Earlier this year, the [...]

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Village: A Home For Hens

Posted on 15 June 2011

ag Harbor Village Trustees Village Introduces Chicken Law By Kathryn G. Menu Given that there has been little squawking over a propose law that would allow residents to keep chickens in Sag Harbor, at its public hearing on July 12 the Sag Harbor Village Board of Trustees could make the legislation legal. The news comes [...]

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