Sag Harbor Express Archives - 27 East


The Easy Stuff

The two biggest obstacles to providing affordable housing on the South Fork are cost and public opposition. But there are some affordable housing opportunities that...

Rooted in the Soil

Four decades ago, as John v.H. Halsey noted in an article last week, the idea of preserving land on the East End wasn’t new: Suffolk...

Air Pressure

While a massive air cargo facility being proposed in Calverton may seem too many miles away for concern for most residents of the South Fork,...


IconDefining Period

Thanks for your interview and retrospective with John v.H. Halsey of the Peconic Land Trust [“Q&A: John v.H. Halsey Reflects on 40 Years of the ‘Puzzle’ of Land Preservation by the Peconic Land Trust,”, May 24]. The latter 20th century era that he recalls was formative of today’s “Hamptons” in ways that many of us newer arrivals can only learn from extended research. There are few easy histories available of the land-use battles that defined that period, and many...

IconWater Quality Advocate

Water quality improvement continues to be an issue reliant on good public policy and diligent leadership for both Southampton Town and Suffolk County. Attentive to the need for clean and safe water, Southampton officials adopted a Water Quality Improvement Plan and subsequently provided the voters of Southampton Town an opportunity to vote on a ballot initiative that proposed funding for clean water projects. Demonstrating an understanding for the necessity of healthy waters, 80 percent of Southampton voters approved the initiative,...

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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

Anthony Brandt

Out of Left Field

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Theinert Is Keynote Speaker as Sag Harbor Observes Memorial Day

A large crowd filled Sag Harbor’s Main Street for the village’s annual Memorial Day parade and observance Monday morning that culminated with a speech by James “Jimbo” Theinert of Shelter...

HarborFrost Lives Up To Its Name

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

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Signing of New One-Year Contract Between Sag Harbor School District and Mashashimuet Park Is Delayed

Sagaponack and Bridgehampton School Budgets Approved

Latest Round of Community Discussion Over Marsden Street Purchase Takes Place at Wednesday Night Forum

Combined Pierson Southampton Robotics Team Earns Prestigious Award, Is Headed to Worlds in Texas


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


Community Choice Aggregation, Potentially Bringing Electricity Cost Savings, Is on the Horizon

Robert Stewart of North Haven Attains Rank of Eagle Scout

A Dollmaker, and So Much More: Joan Weingartner Brings Grace Storey Putnam to Life Through Letters

‘A Classic With a Twist’: Pierson High School Will Put On ‘Cinderella’ Musical