Villages

Rampant problems at the post office last summer had been attributed to staff turnover and the volume of mail and parcels, particularly because of the Postal Service’s deal to deliver for Amazon. At times, packages were literally stacked on the...
There was beautiful weather for Saturday's Santa Parade, which brought out a big crowd to greet the Jolly Old Elf and kick off Christmas in East Hampton.
A scenario that has been playing out over and over here and across the country since the Trump administration made immigration enforcement a front-burner issue and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents started actively pursuing people.
A Nov. 7 prediction by Barley Dunne, the executive director of the East Hampton Town Shellfish Hatchery, as to this year’s bay scallop harvest in town waters has proven accurate.
Item of the Week From the East Hampton Library Long Island Collection.
The last of five public hearings for the Town of East Hampton’s hamlet studies will happen at the town board’s meeting next Thursday and will focus on Montauk. The meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. in the meeting room at Town Hall.
Browse our list of holiday events — we'll be updating it as more events come in, and have a happy and healthy holiday season!
Sleeping guests at the American Hotel, which is on Main Street, were awakened in the early morning hours and asked to leave their rooms for a time as a precaution as the hotel was evacuated.
The Montauk Chamber of Commerce has issued a reminder to business owners that the deadline for Star Bright Montauk, a contest for the best holiday decorations for businesses, is Dec. 14 at 5 p.m.
With plans to return the historic Dominy clock and woodworking shops to their original location on North Main Street, the East Hampton Village Board accepted a bid on Friday from John Hummel and Associates to restore the structures and construct a...
Marshall Prado is 73 — or, as he says, old enough to remember when Montauk had only 50 or so families living there year round and everyone relied on everyone because life in such a remote place wasn’t easy.
Andrew Malone said he knew exterminators were coming six weeks ago to remove everyone’s belongings in the six-unit apartment building at Windmill Village II, the senior housing complex where he lives, to get rid of bed bugs. But exactly what...
The Sag Harbor Village Board’s decision to use a site adjacent to the Long Pond Greenbelt for a vehicle impound yard drew an onslaught of criticism during a public hearing on Nov. 13 and prompted Aidan Corish, a trustee, to make a forceful plea for...