Villages

       Plans to renovate and expand the Harbor Heights service station on Route 114 in Sag Harbor were dealt a blow by the village zoning board of appeals last Thursday when its members, in a straw poll, said they would...
       Deer management and the noise of leaf blowers dominated the conversation at the East Hampton Village Board’s first meeting of 2014 on Friday. A good report on village finances and a conservation easement...

       On what the bride’s mother described as “a glorious October day with aspens still golden on the hillside” and the “Rockies covered in snow in the background,” Jenna K. Brill and Gary...
       When a tree falls in the woods, does it make a sound? You bet it does, when it happens in environmentally friendly Montauk.        PSEG Long Island, the company that took over from...
       The ongoing work to upgrade electricity transmission lines at the Long Island Power Authority’s Amagansett substation has residents upset about the aesthetic character of the facility near the hamlet’...
       Kristin Laura Andrews, the daughter of Carol and John Andrews of Sag Harbor, was married on Sept. 15 in Lake Placid, N.Y., to Christopher Alvaro Lemos. Mr. Lemos is the son of Nancy D. Lemos of North Bethesda, Md...
       Money that will be earmarked to provide work force housing for Sag Harbor residents can now be deposited with the Sag Harbor Community Housing Trust. The village board took the necessary steps on Tuesday to allow...
The construction of a rock revetment at Georgica Beach remains in limbo pending resolution of the East Hampton Town Trustees’ lawsuit against Mollie Zweig
East Hampton Town Supervisor Larry Cantwell and Councilman Peter Van Scoyoc received a warm welcome, and an earful, from the Montauk Citizens Advisory Committee on Monday