Archive | September, 2012

Out on the Water: Young Rowers Find Their Rhythm

Posted on 21 September 2012

It’s mid-September. School is back in session and fall sports are in full swing. While many students are headed back onto fields or into gyms there’s one group of fall athletes who practice their sport on Sag Harbor’s greatest natural asset — its waterways.

A Bird in Two Hands

Posted on 21 September 2012

By Annette Hinkle   Virtually everyone in Sag Harbor knows, at least by sight, the unassuming shop of Robert Hand Sr. It sits at Madison Street and Jermain Avenue on one of the village’s busiest corners along the well-worn path between Pierson High School and Mashashimuet Park. Though it’s a local landmark in more ways [...]

Tribute to the Duke

Posted on 21 September 2012

By Emily J Weitz Joe Jackson made a name for himself in the late 70s and early 80s in the pop/rock scene, and his biggest hit, “Is She Really Going Out with Him” has one of those choruses that just won’t get out of your head. But his work has spanned the genres, and when [...]

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HarborFest Winners

Posted on 21 September 2012

There were blue skies and a blustery wind for this year’s Sag HarborFest, held last weekend throughout the village. With a wharf full of food vendors and craftsmen, walking tours through the historic neighborhoods and a sidewalk sale up and down Main Street, thousands of visitors came to help celebrate Sag Harbor’s maritime heritage. As [...]

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John Jermain Budget at $2.1 Mil

Posted on 21 September 2012

With only a week until John Jermain Memorial Library’s (JJML) annual budget vote and trustee election, its board of trustees held a public hearing and candidate forum on Wednesday, September 19. The JJML Library Board is seeking $2,158,915 for 2013. Of that, $1,253,915 is allocated for operating expenses and $905,000 is for debt service for [...]

Helen Almy Winship

Posted on 21 September 2012

A memorial service for Helen Almy Winship, who died earlier this year, will be held on Monday, October 8, 2012 at Oakland Cemetery in Sag Harbor.

Marjorie Marie Brinkley

Posted on 21 September 2012

Marjorie Marie Brinkley, 81, died on September 9, 2012 at her home in Sag Harbor surrounded by loved ones. Mrs. Brinkley was born to William Harrison and Mamie Cecil Bowling on September 23, 1930 in Monroe, Michigan. She later lived in Malibu, Rancho Mirage and Beverly Hills,  California and Kailua-Kona, Hawaii before moving to Sag [...]

Letters to the Editor 9/20/12

Posted on 21 September 2012

Address Tick Problem Dear Editor: When I first addressed the North Haven Village board in July, they asked me to assist them in researching information to help them make an informed decision on how to best reduce the number of ticks and hence the probability of contracting a tick borne disease.  I have spent the [...]

Friendly Rivalry Turns Competitive

Posted on 21 September 2012

By Gavin Menu   Ross School senior Taylor Cohen smiled when her name was called out for first doubles Saturday morning as the girls tennis team prepared to face off against visiting rival East Hampton/Pierson/Bridgehampton. She was happy until she peered across the net where her sister’s best friend, Pierson’s freshman Cecilia Combemale, stood waiting [...]

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Pierson Gets Out Fast

Posted on 21 September 2012

Whalers Golf: Best performance in 26 years, says coach. By Gavin Menu Sean Crowley has been coaching at Pierson High School for 26 years and has seen his share of impressive athletic achievements. But last week at the Noyac Golf Club he witnesses an especially remarkable performance as his team posted a score of 208 [...]

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