Sag Harbor Express Archives - 27 East


Save It First

Couples experience it all the time: You agree on the big picture but can’t stop arguing about the details. It can take a wonderful thing...

A Fresh Start

One of the greatest pleasures of living on the East End is access to the abundance of fresh produce and locally sourced food available to...

Out of Sight

The First Presbyterian (Old Whalers’) Church in Sag Harbor has served as a center for the community in many ways — it is home to...


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The sun is rising on a new day at Old Whalers’ Church. Folks from one of the AA groups are heading back to their cars but stop in the parking lot, chatting with their friends new and old. Some of the 55 volunteers of the Community Food Pantry start setting up for a busy day ahead, sorting through all of the boxes of fruits, vegetables and dry goods they prepare to serve hundreds from the community who are in need....

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Desecration at 501 Montauk Highway continues before any archaeological examination of the soil for Native ancestral bones. What was all that fuss and bother about the graves protection legislation that supposedly was “passed”? What does that even mean now that the land at 501 has been denuded of its trees, while truckloads of dirt and sand cover the site, which has not yet had an archaeological investigation into the soil, as per that law? The Shinnecock do not want to...

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Karl Grossman

Suffolk Closeup

Marilee Foster

Ground Level

Tim Motz

Stories from the South Fork

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PHOTOS: Four Days of Music in Sag Harbor

The Sag Harbor American Music Festival featured a variety of live music throughout Sag Harbor Village from Thursday, September 22, through Sunday, September 25. TOM KOCHIE PHOTOS

HarborFest Draws Big Crowds to Sag Harbor

HarborFest returned in a big way to the Sag Harbor waterfront last weekend with crowds thronging Long Wharf and spilling over to activities at John Steinbeck Waterfront Park and elsewhere...

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Golf Resort Hearing Closes and Vote Looms, Despite Objections From Southampton Planning Board Chair

Former Sag Harbor Schools Business Administrator Takes Over as COO at Eastern Suffolk BOCES

Sag Harbor Residents Will Have Chance To Get More Information And Ask Questions About Mashashimuet Park Plan Ahead Of Bond Vote

Calls For Adding Artificial Turf To Park In Sag Harbor Are Growing Louder Once Again


Joanne Backlund Of Sag Harbor Dies August 31

Frieda M. Renner Of Sag Harbor Dies July 10

Kenneth MacWhinnie Of Sag Harbor Dies

Wendy Elizabeth Flanagan Of Sag Harbor Dies May 18


A Minor Piece of Sag Harbor’s History Is Restored

Bridgehampton Child Care Center Offers Program on Wind Farm Work Opportunities

Looking Back on the Impact of GLK Foundation on Its 20th Anniversary

Sag Harbor Resident Cox Earns Emmy Award For Work With MLB Home Run Derby