Villages

A swimming pool in the ecologically stressed Hook Pond watershed and what was called the “poster child for non-self-created difficulties” were before the East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals on Friday.
Grappling with how to balance increased need for emergency medical services with the costs, the Springs Board of Fire Commissioners is seriously considering a paid program to supplement its volunteer ambulance crew.
Massive wastewater treatment and water quality improvement plans for Hook and Town Ponds were described at an East Hampton Village Board meeting.
The East Hampton Library could hardly have found a more suitable incarnation of local history than the old waterman Bruce Collins to close out its inaugural Tom Twomey lecture series on Saturday.
East Hampton Village in 1657 was, needless to say, a very different place from what it is now, but even so, a series of events in February that year that alarmed and aroused residents — a strange case of alleged witchcraft — still holds fascination today.
Perry Duryea III was thanked by the Fighting Chance cancer organization and presented with a portrait of himself painted by Paul Davis, a well-known artist and friend of Fighting Chance’s founder, Duncan Darrow.
Lester Forbell, known as Zeke to most, is generous with his friends and family, particularly with his automotive skills. “If anybody has car problems, he’s there to help people out,” Jamie Bennett, the mother of his two...
In honor of its half-century anniversary, the Springs Fire Department hosted a parade on Saturday, followed by a gathering at the firehouse.
Springs Fire Department celebrates history, service to community on Saturday.
The Free Life balloon took off from a Springs field along Accabonac Harbor 45 years ago with three passengers aboard in an attempt to make a trans-Atlantic crossing. The three died when the craft went down in a storm.
The Montauk Citizens Advisory Committee voted to recommend against reinstating a fee for the Kirk Park parking lot on Monday after a discussion elicited differing opinions.
Seventeen months after applying to the East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals for permits and variances for a construction project, representatives for Loida Lewis, the widow of the first African-American billionaire, returned to make their case anew.
A number of the South Fork’s leading yoga teachers will be joined by nationally known instructors for the Hamptons Yoga Festival from tomorrow evening through Sunday at the Hayground School in Bridgehampton.