Sag Harbor Express Archives - 27 East


A Smart Move

Last week, the Sag Harbor School District announced that it would move forward with plans to purchase five parcels on Marsden Street on its own,...

Let in Some Sun

Sunshine Week, an initiative sponsored by the News Leaders Association and the Society of Professional Journalists, took place last week. Created in 2005, it promotes...

A Calm Hand

He’s not really going anywhere — in fact, in his new role, leading the effort to conjure up the necessary donations to fund a new...


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On the Marsden Street purchase: Plain and simple, since the wealthy second-home owner NIMBYs got involved in this process, the Southampton Town Board, and specifically Tommy John Schiavoni and Jay Schneiderman, have been negotiating in bad faith. There is ample evidence and correspondence to prove this. The latest example is of those officials making statements claiming that there is limited community support for this project, when the one legally implemented election passed by a significant majority. These types of statements...

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We are polarized. We need to break this cycle. We are all part of this community, and we all have a personal relationship with it. The way we use the town and the land, the way we greet our neighbors and rally around town needs. Some of us are new to the area, and some have been here for generations. People come and go — much like the tides, we ebb, and we flow. Without ebbs and flows there is...

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Jenny Noble

Sustainable Living

Karl Grossman

Suffolk Closeup

Jim Marquardt

Looking Back

Marilee Foster

Ground Level

Tom Clavin

The Road Yet Taken

Tim Motz

Stories from the South Fork

Anthony Brandt

Out of Left Field

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HarborFrost Lives Up To Its Name

HarborFrost took place over the weekend of February 4 in Sag Harbor Village.

Tree Lit In Sag Harbor

The annual Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce holiday tree lighting was held on Friday at Long Wharf. Sarah Conway and the Playful Souls performed for the crowd. DANA SHAW PHOTOS

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Southampton Town Is Exploring Idea of Using CPF Money at Mashashimuet Park; District Rejects Proposal To Use CPF Money for Scaled Down Park

Sag Harbor School Board Schedules Special Meeting on Marsden Street Plan

Hayground School Students Turn Beach Trash Into a Work of Art

District Inching Closer to Closing Marsden Deal; Board Debates Calendar Options


Joseph S. Hennessy of Sag Harbor Dies

Andrew W.Eckey of Sag Harbor Dies

Wally Smith, 87, Remembered as Public Radio Pioneer, Advocate

Joanne Backlund Of Sag Harbor Dies August 31


Sag Harbor Lions Club Helps Install Ramp for Longtime Sag Harbor Resident

‘Forgetting To Remember’: Exhibition Shines Light on Stories of East End Enslaved People

Sag Harbor Teen Wins VFW Audio-Essay Contest

Page at 63 Main Launches Fundraiser To Aid Sag Harbor Food Pantry