Sag Harbor Express Archives - 27 East


A Familiar Refrain

This editorial may sound familiar. It seems like every spring, these pages contain a dire warning about the harmful effects that synthetic fertilizers and toxic...

Essential Employees

While there are many things to argue about on the op-ed pages of this newspaper these days, it is easy to forget that we have...

On the Cusp

It appears that Governor Kathy Hochul’s ambitious New York Housing Compact is being sent back to the sidelines while state budget negotiations try to wrap...


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The most recent letters to the editor had several letters attacking the misinformation that those who oppose the Marsden purchase have been spreading. Unfortunately, none of these addressed what the disinformation was. One letter [“Promoting Falsehoods,” Letters] was extremely disturbing because apparently Jordana Sobey, a board member, has been comparing where voters live to equate where they stand on the subject of the purchase. (I suggest a independent investigation regarding her conduct.) That’s beyond bizarre as if because they live...

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The outcome of the school district proposition vote on May 16 could leave the community less understanding and capable of its shared future. There are cause and enough blame to pass around, but the question today is whether to purchase the Marsden lots. I believe history will regard the vote not of lasting importance but as a disruptive event because district success is not tied to the purchase, though its financial challenges and taxpayer burdens will be magnified if it...

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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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HarborFrost Lives Up To Its Name

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

Tree Lit In Sag Harbor

The annual Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce holiday tree lighting was held on Friday at Long Wharf. Sarah Conway and the Playful Souls performed for the crowd. DANA SHAW PHOTOS

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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

Thiele Raises Flag Over School Aid Equity, Proposes Changes to Formula

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


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