Sagaponack Will Hold Public Meeting To Discuss Forming Its Own Police Department
Michael Wright on Jul 17, 2013
Maintaining that no decision has been made about forming its own police department, the Sagaponack Village Board this week scheduled a public information meeting with residents for August 10, at... more
Thelma Williams, 91 Thelma Williams, 91, of Sag Harbor died on November 17, 2019. Visitation will be at the First Baptist Church in Bridgehampton on Friday, November 22, from 10 a.m. to noon, followed by a funeral to begin at noon. Interment will be at Oakland Cemetery in Sag Harbor.
I tied any cauliflower I could, hoping those outer leaves, drawn tight, would serve to protect the head from an incoming 22 degrees. Real deep cold came early and briefly. Brevity made it no less intense. The oats lose much of their green. At last, the sunflowers that managed to bloom after two hard frosts turn black. The field peas have finally died. One last bouquet is on the kitchen counter; the purple flowers among the green twirl of tendrils and vines make it hard to give up what still speaks of summer. You can open the door and just ...
by Staff Writer
The Breakwater Yacht Club hosted its annual awards dinner on November 13 at Page Restaurant in Sag Harbor, with the following sailors earning awards for the 2019 season. Dianne and Gordon Ryan were given the club’s Sportsmanship Award for their continuous volunteerism and dedication to the club as the leaders of the race committee every Wednesday night. The club for the last six years has awarded a junior scholarship to an outstanding participant, and this year the club’s commodore, Luke Babcock, gave the award to Pierson High School senior Connor Flanagan, who received a $1,000 check toward his college tuition. ...
by Staff Writer
If you were born between 1944 and 1964, you are a Baby Boomer. You are of that generation that blew up the population of the United States dramatically as World War II was ending, extending to the ramp-up to the Vietnam War. There are currently about 76 million of us Boomers still around, and we have dominated the social and cultural landscape for 50 years or so. But times are changing, and the Generation X, Y and Z types, and the Millennials, are taking our place. In so doing, the Millennials, who apparently have little respect for their elders, are ...
18 Nov 2019 by Staff Writer
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