Villages

 Durell Godfrey
By Saturday the Sag Harbor Cinema’s lobby, including the RJD Gallery, had been demolished, leaving a hole on Main Street. The Compass building, to the right, was taken down on Monday. Durell Godfrey
Ladder trucks from four South Fork fire departments attacked the fire from above on all sides to prevent it from spreading farther. Michael Heller
An aerial photograph taken Friday afternoon showed the extent of the fire’s damage. A thermal camera measured heat at 600 degrees in the cinema’s ceiling, Sag Harbor Fire Chief Thomas Gardella said.



Michael Lynch Crowdrise/Maura Lynch

Keith Grimes Inc. worked to demolish the building at 84 Main Street in Sag Harbor, three days after a fire gutted it and undermined its structural integrity.
Keith Grimes Inc. demolished the Sag Harbor Cinema, at the request of village officials who said it was in danger of immediate collapse.

Fred Kumwenda Crowdrise/Friends of Fred
By Saturday, there was a large hole where the Sag Harbor Cinema once stood on Main Street.Carissa Katz

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The Wharf Shop, which opened on Friday despite the closure of Main Street, posted its hours for all to see on Facebook. The store is staying open late on Saturday. The Wharf Shop
There's an empty space where the front of the Sag Harbor Cinema used to be.
The area around the scene of Friday's massive fire on Main Street is barricaded off, but the rest of Main Street is open for business.

Village zoning board smiles on a plan to return saltbox to its 1880s form
The mill cottage at the Gardiner home lot in East Hampton as it appeared in the 1880s William Wallace Tooker

Sag Harbor gas station is target of group’s ire