Sag Harbor Express Archives - 27 East


Silent No More

Life as teenager can be stressful and difficult, filled with angst, uncertainty and anxiety. For many teens today on the East End, those fears and...

Go Public

Surprising no one, at the conclusion of its review of the Long Island Power Authority, the state legislative commission on the future of LIPA last...

The Last Word

In context, it doesn’t seem all that surprising that the Montaukett Nation, earlier this month, was once again disappointed when its bid for state recognition...


IconRemember the Selfless

Many, many thanks are due to the 16-plus personnel who responded to an emergency call on Eastville Avenue late Thanksgiving afternoon. The time frame must certainly have taken place just as they were about to sit down to dinner. The dedication of the men and women who frequently interrupt their own lives to help out others at a stressful time is truly amazing, and we are fortunate to live in such a caring community. Thank God no one was injured...

IconCleaner Energy

It’s exciting to hear that the first of 12 wind turbines has been installed to provide clean energy for eastern Long Island. The turbines will catch the steady breezes 35 miles out, invisible from the beach. While good news, South Fork Wind’s 132 megawatts only put a dent in the 9 gigawatts that New York needs in total. Four major offshore wind projects, totaling slightly over 4 gigawatts of power, were thrown into limbo when the Public Service Commission denied...

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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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Sag Harbor Lights Up For the Holidays

Sag Harbor Chamber Hosts Pumpkin Trail

The Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce hosted the annual “Pumpkin Trail” on Halloween. Kids got to Trick or Treat up and down Main Street, visiting local businesses. KYRIL BROMLEY PHOTOS

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Regents Exams May No Longer Be a High School Diploma Requirement: Panel Suggests Alternatives

Superintendent Nichols Provides Security Update at Latest Sag Harbor Board of Education Meeting

Ronnie White Steps Down as President of Bridgehampton Board of Education

Pierson Students Perform Well on State Tests, AP Exams and SATs and ACTs


Nancy Bagshaw, 60, Remembered as Enthusiastic Educator With a Passion for Languages, and Connecting With Others

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


State Earmarks $2 Million for Bridgehampton Childcare Center Pre-K and Montauk Playhouse Cultural Center

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