Villages

The holiday season arrives at the Montauk Lighthouse this weekend, starting on Saturday with the annual Lighting of the Light, from 4 to 7 p.m. This year’s event is in memory of Betsy White, a longtime member of the Montauk Historical Society...
Never mind that the porcelain figurines did not date to Big and Little Edie Beale’s era at Grey Gardens. They reminded Jerry Torre of “the better days of Grey Gardens,” of what it had been before he met Edith Ewing Bouvier Beale and her daughter, Edith Bouvier Beale, as a teenager in the early 1970s at what was by then a dilapidated and overgrown...
A spirited competition among offices of the real estate firm Saunders and Associates to see which could gather the most food for food pantries brought in more than 14,000 donated items.
As of this month, East Hampton and Southampton residents and businesses can sign up for free energy audits through a program sponsored by PSEG Long Island.
Ian Hawkshaw Bock, who was raised in East Hampton, and Colleen O’Shea Makary, who was raised in Stowe, Mass., were married on Oct. 18 at the New York City Marriage Bureau.
A little-known 1913 National Guard exercise in Montauk was designed to address deficiencies in training and supply logistics, particular for cavalry officers lacking actual wartime experience. A set of photographs believed to have been taken by a member of the cavalry has been acquired by the Montauk Library.
Kilkare, the iconic Georgica Association house that was owned by the late Michael Kennedy, is among the houses on the tour.
A life-size giraffe sculpture that has been moldering in an East Hampton Village holding pen since it was discovered "grazing" at the edge of the Nature Trail a year and a half ago, will be sold to the highest bidder.
With the holiday rush comes an increased need for blood, and several blood drives have been scheduled over the coming weeks.  The first is at the American Legion Hall in Amagansett, on the corner of Montauk Highway and Abraham’s Path,...
On a day trip spearheaded by East Hampton Girl Scout Troop 1768, high school students traveled to Bay Shore to help build a Habitat for Humanity house on Nov. 4.
A celebrated, if unusual, component of East Hampton’s history will be dispersed, one piece at a time, starting Friday at 10 a.m. when an estate sale is held at Grey Gardens.
The bay scallop population in town waterways has experienced a modest rebound after two consecutive years that were assessed as “not great,” “bleak,” “very bad,” and “horrible.”
Holly M. Kinyon stunned a crowd of about 125 people at an auction house in Potsdam, N.Y., on Saturday, winning both a rare 1776 printing of the Declaration of Independence and a related cache of printed documents, wills, and family papers linked to East Hampton.