Villages

Almost 1,000 people volunteered to be part of a ceremonial "book brigade" on Saturday as Sag Harbor's reconstructed, rebuilt, reborn John Jermain Memorial Library was reopened on Saturday.
It's a watershed moment for the South Fork environment: A group of powerful residents on Georgica Pond has decided to battle back against pollution. But saving our water bodies won't happen without a might effort by us all.
The event will serve as a fund-raiser for the restoration, which includes specially made doors and windows that should arrive by the end of next month.
Allison Groffman and Jonathan Rich were married on Saturday at the bride’s parents’ house on Stephen Hand’s Path in East Hampton
The East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals considered an application on July 8 for extensive variances and a wetlands permit to allow the substantial renovation of a house at 14 Hook Pond Lane, a narrow, private road that leads to the pond and services nine properties. The village is engaged in water quality remediation in the area, and the...
Responding to complaints from Montauk residents and town and state elected officials, New York State dispatched a contractor last week to remove seven of the eight "Welcome to New York" signs that went up in Montauk shortly before the July 4 holiday weekend.
South Fork residents came together on Sunday for peaceful rallies in East Hampton and Bridgehampton to speak out against the shooting deaths of black men at the hands of police elsewhere in the country.
Soldier Ride kicked off at Amagansett Farm on Saturday morning
A key backer of Soldier Ride here on the South Fork has withdrawn support of the ride this year in light of the recent criticism of the Wounded Warrior Project, the nonprofit organization that is the primary beneficiary of Soldier Ride.
Two protest demonstrations are planned for the South Fork on Sunday in connection with the recent shooting deaths of black men at the hands of law enforcement elsewhere in the country.
A house believed to be the only surviving 19th century dwelling of a member of the Montaukett tribe is slated for designation as a historic landmark, after a public hearing on the proposal next Thursday.
It may turn out that Shahab Karmely and Kenneth Kuchin will prove the proverb correct and solve their longstanding dispute about a tennis court on Mr. Karmely’s property because at the end of a testy meeting of the East Hampton Village Board of Appeals on Friday, Mr. Karmely agreed to build and pay for a fence that will include soundproofing.
Soldier Ride will once again make its way across the South Fork on Saturday, bringing together military veterans who have suffered injuries during their service, community members, and others for a show of support and a fund-raiser for the Wounded Warrior Project.