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Anyone living in East Hampton for any length of time probably drives right past the big blue gas ball on Railroad Avenue and Fresno Place in East Hampton Village without batting an eye.
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In efforts to reduce cuts to teacher positions, school programs and supplies brought on by tight budgets, the Sag Harbor Board of Education is considering hosting a forum for East End school districts to discuss the possibility of sharing a superintendent and other services in the future.
Sag Harbor Village Police released a sketch this week of a man they say is a third suspect wanted for questioning in connection to a November 19 armed robbery of The Corner Closet on Main Street in Sag Harbor.
The Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce will host its annual tree light up on Long Wharf this Saturday, December 7 at 5 p.m. with a holiday sing-a-long led by chamber president Kelly Connaughton.
In response to state-mandated changes in school security regulations and increased safety awareness nationwide, the Sag Harbor School District is continuing implementation of new safety standards and measures at the Sag Harbor Elementary School and Pierson Middle/High School.
This year's scallop season opened November 4, and if you ask a local bayman or recreational scalloper how the season is going so far, chances are you'll here a little bit of good news and an awful lot of bad news.
Sag Harbor Village Police have charged Devin K. Brevard, 17, of Sag Harbor with multiple counts of felony burglary among other charges in connection to a rash of burglaries in the village this summer.
On any given page, readers of Knopf's thrillers can expect to encounter mysterious intruders, unexplained fires or questionable alibis in a genre that keeps Knopf inspired and his characters stumbling into the most puzzling of situations.
A mugger in New York City apologizes to his victim via Facebook 35 years after the incident occurred on the steps of the American Museum of Natural History.
Two building in the Town of Southampton from the turn of the last century were recently recognized for their historical and architectural significance.
IT was an apology for a man who mugged a stranger 35 years ago. He finally got to say sorry after recognising his victim on Facebook.
As a child growing up in Little Falls, New York, Richard Buckley was eager to learn about the Native American tribes that lived nearby, but the materials he could find were minimal, ill advised and uninformed.
The owners of In Home at 132 Main Street in Sag Harbor announced at Monday night's Sag Harbor Historic Preservation and Architectural Review Board that they will continue to pursue an appeal with that board to allow them to install three aluminum clad wood windows in the second story of their building.