Villages

    It was the generous support of eastern Long Island residents, as well as private donations, that made it possible to have a school, medical clinic, community garden, livestock program, job development program, and the beginning...
    Tony Minardi has worn many hats, but the one he began wearing three years ago may well make him a hero of the gardening set, as well as those with tick phobia. It also has the potential of making the former science teacher,...
    The Hamptons Institute, a weekend-long symposium on national and global issues, will bring a number of heavy hitters from both sides of the political spectrum to Guild Hall on Saturday and Sunday to discuss politics, art, global...
    A crew from the Montauk Coast Guard station saved a large leatherback sea turtle that had become entangled in line from a lobster pot trawl off Montauk on July 11.     “They did a great job. It was a...
    JoAnne Lyles of this village has asked for support for Saturday’s Soldier Ride in honor of her son, Lance Cpl. Jordan Haerter, who was killed in action in Iraq in 2008. Placards, cheers, noisemakers, and all things red,...
A Sag Harbor law covering special events on village waterways was unanimously amended after a public hearing on Tuesday by the village board.
    The Great Bonac Fireworks Show Fireworks show, with pyrotechnics by the Grucci company and sponsored by the Clamshell Foundation, will go off over Three Mile Harbor on July 21.     The show is supported solely by...

    Rock the Farm, an annual concert and fund-raiser for the Wounded Warrior Project, will take place under a tent at Ocean View Farm in Amagansett on July 21 starting at 6 p.m., rain or shine. Steel Pulse, Grammy winners, will play...
    June weather was “very variable to say the least,” Richard G. Hendrickson, the United States Cooperative weather observer in Bridgehampton, wrote in his monthly weather report.     In the first week...
    Consistency ruled the day at the East Hampton Village Board’s organizational meeting on Monday.
Turtle Rescue of the Hamptons, a nonprofit based in Jamesport on the North Fork, is doing its best to help save the local animals, rehabilitating and releasing as many as 100 turtles a year.
    On the night of June 20, Jack Dougherty of Clearwater Beach went to bed early, figuring his beagle, Willie, would bed down under the deck as he usually did in the heat. The next morning, Willie did not turn up for breakfast....
    With death threats a part of her weekly routine at the clinic she runs in New York City, Merle Hoffman has been fighting a passionate, perilous battle since the early 1970s.