Villages

Sag Harbor Village officials are considering the first request for a house larger than 4,000 square feet since enacting new residential zoning regulations in late March.
The time has finally arrived. After more than four years of work and many more of yearning and planning, the renovated and expanded John Jermain Memorial Library in Sag Harbor will open its doors in a little more than a week.
New York State is pitching in to help the Village of Sagaponack refurbish the historic Sagg Bridge, work that will not only provide much-needed rehabilitation, but also maintain the area’s fiercely protected rural character.
A portion of proceeds from this weekend's carnival in Bridgehampton will benefit the Southampton Community Housing and Development Corporation, a not-for-profit dedicated to identifying and developing affordable housing in Southampton Town.
The Big Tent: Party for the Park! — a communitywide celebration and fund-raiser for Sag Harbor’s proposed John Steinbeck Memorial Park — will take place Sunday from 5 to 8 p.m. under a tent on Long Wharf.
The East Hampton Village Board concluded most of its business for the fiscal year ending July 31 at an organizational meeting on Tuesday.
A “survivor tree,” named for a Callery pear tree that endured the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attack that destroyed the World Trade Center in Manhattan, will be dedicated on Sunday at 10 a.m. at the North End Common, at 51 Pantigo Road in East Hampton Village.
Barbara Borsack, who had been deputy mayor throughout her 16-year tenure on the board, is no longer in that role.
Huge blue billboards promoting New York State's I Love New York campaign popped up Thursday on West Lake Drive in Montauk, prompting backlash from residents and elected officials alike.