Villages

The first comet ever to be photographed is now immortalized in a recently completed mural on the walls of the historic building at 200 Main Street, home to the Masons, “the oldest and most honorable fraternity known to man.”
The Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons annual Pet Celebration Day will be held on Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon at the ARF Adoption Center, 91 Daniels Hole Road in Wainscott. Leashed dogs and cats in carriers will be welcomed, along with their owners, for treats, contests, and no-cost microchip identification tags (for the animals).
After last summer’s debauchery in Montauk, when crowds of drunken young adults wreaked havoc on the Fourth of July weekend, Tom Bogdan, a retired businessman who has lived in the hamlet for 46 years, created Montauk United.
In a 21-to-3 vote, the committee approved a resolution asking the town to “withdraw entirely from the plan it initiated to rezone” the land from highway business to a mixed-use planned development district.
The East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals pondered a multifaceted application from the Everit Albert Herter Veterans of Foreign Wars Post on Montauk Highway on Friday.
The Suffolk County Planning Commission has asked East Hampton Town to investigate the impact of potential traffic generated by a proposed bowling alley and miniature golf course at the East Hampton Indoor Tennis Club on Daniel’s Hole Road.
Those up for re-election in the Village of Sag Harbor hope to stay put come June.
Humpback whale found dead in Gardiner's Bay showed signs of blunt force trauma, according to the Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research and Preservation.
The carcass of a dead humpback whale that ran aground in Gardiner's Bay off Napeague has been towed to Little Albert's Landing Beach and will be removed sometime on Wednesday.