Villages

Rose Brown and Arthur Graham, who received the most votes in the June 19 election for two seats on the East Hampton Village Board, were sworn in at the board’s organizational meeting on Tuesday. Ms. Brown is a newcomer to the position, while Mr....
Montauk has changed a lot in the last decade, and Tesla, Elon Musk’s top-of-the-line electric car company, has taken notice. The company is hoping to build charging stations at several spots around the hamlet, among them Kirk Park Beach and the town...
This year marks the 75th anniversary of Gosman’s Dock, the complex of restaurants, wholesale and retail fish markets, and shops along the west side of Montauk Harbor.
The Bridgehampton Child Care and Recreational Center’s Thinking Forward Lecture Series, which is presented in partnership with Guild Hall, will feature “Equality in the Hamptons: Burying Our Heads in the Sand?”
Accabonac Harbor will be the subject of a panel forum on Tuesday at Ashawagh Hall at 6 p.m. organized by the Accabonac Protection Committee.
Protesters, some 400 strong, marched the length of Sag Harbor on Wednesday to "denounce policies and behaviors that separate, and embrace justice and unity," and "pledge interdependence with each other and all life."
The East Hampton Fire Department chief recommended homeowners clean their B.B.Q. grills of excess grease buildup and any other debris that may have accumulated around them during the off season.
The first heat wave has arrived on the South Fork, just as the Fourth of July holiday has begun.
Nell Merlino, founder of "Take Your Daughter to Work Day," will give a free presentation at the East Hampton Library Saturday for girls, parents, and administrators while promoting her new initiative "Born Worthy."
A rally and march to show support for those endangered by the actions of United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement will take place on Wednesday at 11 a.m. at the windmill next to Long Wharf.
Residents of the Montauk Shores condominium complex were unnerved earlier this month to receive a letter from the United States Army Corps of Engineers informing them that “available information indicates military munitions may be present on or near...
Concern about what has been described as an unusually large number of ticks this spring — and the potential for increased instances of Lyme disease — has given rise to a first-time fund-raising effort by stores and restaurants on the North and South...
In an uncharacteristically brief meeting on Friday, the East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals closed three continued hearings and all six new hearings on its agenda.