Villages

As Americans across the country honored those who have died while serving in the U.S. military, so did the hundreds of people in East Hampton who flocked to the Memorial Day parade and ceremonies on Monday.
The travels of more than 100 tagged sharks, including some captured off Montauk last year, are being tracked online.
Veterans and dignitaries will be on hand for Monday’s Memorial Day observances in East Hampton and Sag Harbor.
The Montauk community helped find Lulu, a small Pomeranian that went missing, on Saturday afternoon.
Camp SoulGrow, a children’s camp, has been on the move in Montauk since last summer, but this week its founder, London Rosiere, announced that the camp has secured a permanent space in the west wing of Third House at the Montauk County Park....
The L.G.B.T. Network, which advocates for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender members of the Long Island and Queens communities, will hold two benefit events here this weekend. The first, a 2 p.m. Saturday barbecue, will be hosted by Edie...
Julia Rose Thompson and Charles Monaco of Springs celebrated their engagement on Sunday with family and friends, at the 1770 House in East Hampton. Ms. Thompson is the daughter of Steven Thompson of Springs and Michelle Macdonald of Tennessee. Mr....
Nancy Keeshan, a member of the East Hampton Town Planning Board, has been fighting for three years to prevent the placement of a canopy over a Montauk gasoline station.
For the Rev. Walter Silva Thompson Jr. the differences between Calvary Baptist Church and his former one, Morning Star Baptist Church in Jamaica, Queens — where he served for nine years — are many.