villages

Amagansett life station may open by June anniversary of Nazi landing.
Befitting the quiet of a South Fork winter, the East Hampton Village Board’s meeting on Friday was brief.
A missing surfboard will be returned to its owner by way of North Carolina.
The Sag Harbor Fire Department, which serves Noyac and North Haven as well as the village, is facing “almost a crisis situation with the apparatus we have,” Chief Tom Gardella told the village board last week.
The public has been invited to a meeting on Wednesday for further explanation of the proposed Sag Harbor Village zoning code revisions.
“Happygram,” a feature-length documentary that explores the issue of breast cancers that mammograms failed to detect, will be screened on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. at Shelter Island High School. Admission is free.
It’s time again for the Great Bonac Chili Cook-Off, when home cooks and professional chefs throw their best versions of chili in the ring, to be tasted and rated by members of the public.
The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. would have called it a "world house," according to the Rev. Walter Silva Thompson, the pastor at Calvary Baptist Church in East Hampton, where a diverse cross section of people from Southampton to Montauk came together to honor Dr. King's legacy.
Members of the Sag Harbor Village Board came under fire Tuesday night from residents angry over proposed new laws that they say will hurt their property values. Residents also questioned the validity of a moratorium on building that has been in effect while the legislation was being drawn up.