Villages

Between Bridgehampton and Montauk, there is a food pantry in each of the seven hamlets that provides food to hundreds of local residents.
Peter Hermann and Mariska Hargitay, who met on the television series “Law and Order: Special Victims Unit,” need variances to legalize a treehouse, playing court, and swing set.
The Sag Harbor Village Board brought its code in line with a state law on hunting last week, authorizing bowhunting on private property with the owner’s permission.
In a stirring conclusion of a celebration at Calvary Baptist Church in East Hampton marking the birthday of the Rev. Dr. Martin King Jr. on Monday, those in the sanctuary stood hand in hand in a circle to sing “We Shall Overcome.”
With the inauguration of Donald Trump just eight days away, the president-elect is poised to assume office as the most unpopular chief executive of modern times.
To try to contain the spread of the disease, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation plans to issue an emergency order creating a “protective zone” encompassing the entire county.
The Village of East Hampton is once again the recipient of an upbeat assessment of its fiscal health.
As the snow continues to fall on the South Fork, officials are telling residents to stay home.
As we look toward a new year, it's also good to look back at all that happened in 2016.
In the two weeks since a fire ripped through Sag Harbor’s Main Street, destroying buildings and businesses at the height of the Christmas shopping season, officials have been working hard to find ways to recoup the financial losses caused by the fire and understand its lingering economic impacts.
The Long Island Collection at the East Hampton Library is a repository of some 100,000 historical treasures.
The fire in Sag Harbor on Friday ravaged buildings and closed businesses, but at least two people, Fred Kumwenda and Michael Lynch, lost everything they owned when the blaze ripped through their second-story apartment above Compass real estate on...
At its last meeting of the year on Friday, the East Hampton Village Board scheduled a public hearing next month on a significant amendment to the zoning code and other hearings on a few parking and traffic issues.