Archive | November, 2012

Whalers Set Sights on Repeat as Core Returns

Posted on 30 November 2012

By Gavin Menu   The Pierson boys varsity basketball team will carry the collective bull’s eye of a winner into a new season this week and will lack the element of surprise as it looks to defend its Suffolk County Class C Championship from just a season ago. The Whalers return almost their entire line-up [...]

Encore May Come Easy for Killer Bees

Posted on 30 November 2012

By Gavin Menu   The path to the Suffolk County Class D basketball championship got a whole lot easier when perennial power Greenport was moved up to Class C earlier this year, opening the door wide for defending champion Bridgehampton to retain its title this season. Ross School will also compete in Class D, as [...]

Ladies Expect Strong Start to New Season

Posted on 30 November 2012

By Gavin Menu   A new head coach and a strong senior class have brought new energy to the Pierson girls basketball program as the Lady Whalers will look to an up-tempo style of play with hopes of contending for a League VIII title and a return to the Suffolk County Class C playoffs for [...]

The Herring Are In

Posted on 30 November 2012

by Al “Big Time” Daniels Thanksgiving and black Friday have passed. The weather was quite nice over the weekend although there have been some frosty mornings. The wind seemed to get out of the northeast trend. For the most part the final days of fishing of 2012 are upon us. Almost all of the boats have [...]

A Culinary Rose Blooms

Posted on 30 November 2012

By Kathryn G. Menu   Ty Kotz is a chef who was born into the world of the farm-to-table movement. The first 10 years of his life, Kotz grew up on 50-acres in western Pennsylvania, his family working to live off the land in a house built by his father’s own hands, celebrating July birthdays [...]

She’ll Always Have Paris

Posted on 29 November 2012

In her new memoir “Paris: A Love Story” journalist and author Kati Marton, recounts the story of her loves and life in the City of Light. Marton will be at the American Hotel in Sag Harbor on December 2 to talk about her book at the Friends of the John Jermain Library’s Annual Book and Author Luncheon.

Despite Continued Neighbor Protest, Baron’s Cove Restaurant Approved by Sag Harbor Planning Board

Posted on 28 November 2012

A proposed restaurant at Baron’s Cove Inn was unanimously approved by the Sag Harbor Village Planning Board on Tuesday night, despite continued protests by neighbors. Some residents continue to question the legality of the restaurant under the village code and the potential noise they feel could impact them.

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Southampton Town Approves $26 Million Beach Re-Nourishment Plan

Posted on 28 November 2012

The Southampton Town Board has unanimously approved a massive beach re-nourishment project, extending from Sagaponack to Water Mill. The $26 million project, aimed at widening beaches hit hard by erosion — a problem only further exacerbated by Hurricane Sandy — will be paid for largely by residents in the Bridgehampton and Sagaponack erosion control districts, [...]

Replacing Sandy School Days Proves a Challenge

Posted on 28 November 2012

A month after Hurricane Sandy barreled through the East End and shut down local schools – most for a full week – administrators and school board members are now scrambling to find ways of making up for lost instruction time.
And with weather forecasters and the Farmers’ Almanac predicting a particularly cold winter, with lots of precipitation for the Northeast, more missed school days might be on the horizon.

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An Antique Store for the Antique Gingerbread House

Posted on 28 November 2012

Dating back to 1840, the Gingerbread House on Main Street is an architectural gem in the village. Lynn Park Charveriat and her husband, Christopher, hope to one day feature antique European treasures in what is one of Sag Harbor’s most iconic structures.

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