Villages

A house at risk of falling into the water at the end of Mulford Lane at Lazy Point was purchased by a New York City developer acting as an agent for an unnamed buyer on Tuesday.
Charlotte Binstead and Derek Smith, who met at the Stephen Talkhouse in Amagansett, were married in February more than 3,200 miles away, in Barrow-in-Furness, a town in Cumbria in the northwest of England, near the bride’s childhood home.
The East Hampton Village Board received word that the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority may designate the village a “Clean Energy Community.”
A free three-hour suicide alertness training seminar will be held Tuesday from 8:45 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. at Guild Hall in East Hampton.
In a climate marked by uncertainty, rumor, fear, and even paranoia among undocumented immigrants and their supporters, members of the East Hampton Clericus are taking a simple, old-fashioned approach to distributing a positive message.
The 2017 Holy Week and Easter services calendar.
A community organization has entered into a contract with the owner of the Sag Harbor Cinema property four months after part of the iconic building was destroyed by fire.
As expected, the East Hampton Town Republican Committee formally endorsed its 2017 slate of town board candidates at its meeting on Wednesday night.
Hundreds of travelers found themselves scrambling for reservations on Manhattan-bound Hampton Jitneys early Monday after a Dumpster struck the underside of the North Main Street railroad trestle in East Hampton Village and the Long Island Rail Road suspended service.
Rock the Montauket for Baby Sully, a benefit for Sully Forbes, who has a rare form of eye cancer, will take place on Sunday.
The mortgage on the property at 153 Mulford Lane in Lazy Point, Amagansett, is underwater, and the house there may soon follow. It goes on the auction block Tuesday outside East Hampton Town Hall, where the high bidder gets to assume the roughly $977,000 debt.
Jill Malusky has spent her career digging into the past, but at her office at the Osborn-Jackson House on March 24 the new executive director of the East Hampton Historical Society was very much looking to the future.
Is the South Fork a pristine paradise lost? Opinions varied among panelists who gathered at Mandala Yoga Center for Healing Arts in Amagansett last Thursday, but all agreed that individual and collective action is essential to protect and preserve the natural environment.