Archive | December, 2010

Preserving Library’s Past For the Future

Posted on 22 December 2010

By Kathryn G. Menu Sag Harbor’s John Jermain Memorial Library has received a grant for almost $6,000 to aid its efforts towards historic preservation. This comes as the library embarks on an expansion that will allow the 100-year-old institution to expand its archives for researchers and residents alike. During the John Jermain Memorial Library (JJML) [...]

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Yes They “Can” – Students’ Song Drives Food to Local Pantry

Posted on 22 December 2010

By Annette Hinkle ‘Tis the season of giving, and there are lots of good hearted students on the East End willing to get involved and give of themselves at this time of year to help the needy in their communities. But at Bridgehampton School, the notion of “giving” has been taken to a whole new [...]

Looking For Wins

Posted on 17 December 2010

Boys & Girls Teams Struggle as League Opener Approaches By Jacob Sisson Both the Pierson/Bridgehampton Whalers and Lady Whalers basketball teams came within inches of their first wins of the season as the Lady Whalers dropped their Tuesday home matchup against Mattituck 29-27 despite a valiant fourth-quarter comeback. The boys team hosted East Hampton and [...]

Lady Whalers’ Hoop Wrap Up

Posted on 17 December 2010

Girls Basketball 12/11 Pierson/Bridgehampton 38 – 53 Hampton Bays Senior guard Sarah Barrett continued her torrid start to the season, scoring 14 points to lead the Pierson/Bridgehampton Lady Whalers (0-5, 0-0) against Hampton Bays. Hampton Bays, of League VII boasts a 1-1 non-league record, with no league games played. The Lady Whalers’ second game in [...]

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Tis the Season to Go Snipping

Posted on 17 December 2010

By Paige Patterson It’s definitely winter out there. The skin on the sides of my fingers has cracked painfully and the house is filled with the incense of hardwood fires. We’ve been digging deep in the basement freezer to get Art and Stacy Ludlow’s veal stew meat up and simmering and although there’s still leeks [...]

Fight For the First

Posted on 17 December 2010

By Karl Grossman The final count in the lst Congressional District race is 98,316 for Democrat Tim Bishop and 97,723 for Republican Randy Atschuler—a razor-thin Bishop win by just 593 votes. Never in recent years has the margin of victory been as tiny in the lst C.D. Meanwhile, Suffolk Republicans see a big lesson from [...]

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A Bounty of Baskets

Posted on 17 December 2010

Local gift sets with heart and soul By Marissa Maier At the beginning of this week, Sag Harbor Florist & Gift Shop owner Anastasia Casale and her staff stocked, decorated and dispatched 50 customized gift baskets. And Casale’s phone is still ringing with calls for fresh orders. In the final countdown to the holidays she [...]

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Letters to the Editor – December 16, 2010

Posted on 17 December 2010

Active Community House Dear Bryan, As many in our community are aware, the Old Whalers’ Church provides a home for the Sag Harbor Community Food Pantry, the Conservative Synagogue, six Alcoholic Anonymous groups, the Sag Harbor Youth Center, Ladies Village Improvement Society, Weight Watchers and other groups. Several hundred constituents of these groups pass through [...]

December 19, 2010 – My Favorite Things

Posted on 17 December 2010

By Robbie Vorhaus In the spirit of the holidays, the following are a few of my favorite things: If the treasured Bay Street Theatre is not too obvious or clichéd as my first favorite thing, then allow me to thank Sybil Christopher, Stephen Hamilton and Emma Walton for its founding almost 20 years ago. Relatively [...]

Congressman Tim Bishop

Posted on 17 December 2010

By Emily J Weitz Now that you have a renewed mandate from your electorate, what are the issues at the top of your agenda? Nationally, far and away the number one issue is job creation. Everything we do has to be related to this. One of the frustrations a great many of us have had [...]

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