Sag Harbor Express Archives - 27 East


Ship to Shore

Sag Harbor is a great American small town, so it’s no surprise that tourists flock to the village in the summer — or that American...

Take a Shot

While it may feel to a majority of the population that the long nightmare that was the COVID-19 pandemic is over, the disease continued to...

Gold Stars and Dunce Caps

GOLD STAR To the Southampton School District, for recognizing its demographic make-up and creating a world language program that helps mirror it. Students who are...


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Mayor Chris Fiore’s wetlands clearing is relevant [“Park Fight Gets Personal in North Haven as Critic Charges Mayor With Overclearing His Own Property,”, August 29]. Clearly visible on Google Maps is an approximately 4,000-square-foot section of “missing” wetlands buffer between Mayor Fiore’s house and a large freshwater pond. It’s the only spot of wetlands clearing in the “greenbelt” that connects North Haven’s large Gannet and Mashomuck estuary systems. I believe this is relevant because some of the decisions so...

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Another extreme overdevelopment that is ruinous to the preservation of historic Sag Harbor [“Potter Development Plans Submitted to Sag Harbor Village Show Pair of Three-Story Buildings,”, August 30]. Any one part of this — 39 apartments, or 11,000 square feet of retail, or a 16,144-square-foot complex (plus parking) — is too much. Compare the Harbor Close Condo across the street, on about the same size lot, with 32 units and 32 parking spots. Now, envision adding 11 retail stores...

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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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PHOTOS: The Bridge Collector’s Reception

Although The Bridge VII, the prestigious, invite-only car exhibition at The Bridge Golf Club, the former site of the Bridgehampton Race Circuit, was canceled due to inclement weather this past...

HarborFest Draws Record Crowd to Sag Harbor Waterfront

Sag Harbor’s annual HarborFest was held under sunny skies last weekend that brought thousands of people to Long Wharf to sample clam chowder, visit booths set up by businesses and...

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Faculty, Administrators Report That New Cellphone Policy Working Well So Far at Pierson Middle High School

Sag Harbor Board of Education Approves New Hires, Announces Return to Prepandemic Public Comment Protocols

Sobey Named Vice President of Sag Harbor Board of Education; Board Addresses Online Rumors About Redistricting

A Passion for Creativity and Achievement Defines Pierson Graduating Class of 2023


Artist Yolanda Suárez de Ferregur Merchant Found a Home in Southampton

Marshall Garypie, 86, Southampton Golf Coach and Crusader for Sag Harbor Golf Club

An Artist at Heart: East End Photographer Tom Kochie Dies at 74

An Artist at Heart: East End Photographer Tom Kochie Dies at 74


Filmmakers Damas and Jackson Hope To Start a Conversation With ‘Speak to Me,’ Screening at Bay Street

Jimmy Buffett Debuts New Song on WLNG

Teens Talk Voting: Survey Takes Pulse of Next Generation

Express News Group Hosts ‘Spotlight On Boating’