The Sag Harbor Express 35 Main St, Sag Harbor, NY11963 The Sag Harbor Express, located in the heart of Sag Harbor Village, has been published weekly since 1859. Arriving on…More newsstands every Thursday, The Express covers the news, sports and arts in the villages of Sag Harbor and North Haven, eastern Southampton Town and western East Hampton Town. The Express won editorial excellence awards from the New York Press Association in both 2000 and 2003. Bryan Boyhan has been the editor since 1988 and the publisher and owner since 2000.
Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce Bay St & Long Whrf, Sag Harbor, NY11963 The Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce serves Sag Harbor Village, North Haven Village and the hamlet of Noyac. It hosts or…More sponsors several events each year to bring business to Sag Harbor, including HarborFest at the end of each summer. Membership includes a listing in the chamber's annual directory and guide, sponsored advertising, voting rights, and exposure on WLNG 92.1 FM and in The Sag Harbor Express, among other benefits. The chamber's board meets on the first Monday of each month at 6 p.m. at Il Capuccino Ristorante. The chamber also holds dinner meeting for members and others interested in the chamber. The Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce has no office, but there is an information kiosk in the windmill near Long Wharf. The windmill is a scaled down replica of the Beebe Windmill, which is in Bridgehampton. Mail can be sent to P.O. Box 2810, Sag Harbor, NY 11963. The chamber is a member of the Hamptons Visitors Council and the Long Island Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Herricks Travel American Express 18 Jesse Halsey Ln, Sag Harbor, NY11963 Herricks Travel is the only American Express travel office on the east end of Long Island. Lynn Downes-Politi operates…More this full service travel agency and assists clients with first-hand destination information.
John Jermain's library district shares its boundaries with the Sag Harbor School District. It includes Sag Harbor,…More North Haven, Noyac and Mt. Misery. Patrons may renew and request books online through Jermain's website and also pay fines. The website offers research databases and access to <a href="http://Live-brary.com">Live-brary.com</a>, a Suffolk County libraries-operated resources for downloading and streaming audiobooks, e-books, music and video.</p>
<p>Jermain has every issue of the Sag Harbor Corrector newspaper on microfilm, from 1822 through 1911, and every issue of The Sag Harbor Express, from 1859 to the present. It also has an extensive Bible collection. Catherine Creedon has served as director of the library since 2007.</p>
<p>The Friends of the Library underwrites library programs and stimulates public awareness and use of the library.</p>
<p>John Jermaine will undergo a major renovation between February 2011 and June 2012, which will add 7,200 square feet of floorspace to the library, doubling its current size. During the expansion, the John Jermaine will be housed in a temporary facility at 34 West Water Street.</p>