Villages

The new executive director of the East Hampton Chamber of Commerce pitched two big ideas at meetings this week: a street fair on Newtown Lane in May and a Sunday farmers market on the lawn of the East Hampton Middle School this summer.
East Hampton Village is considering charging for some private parties and mass gatherings that use village beaches and other public property.
After a brief pause during which it vacated its Sag Harbor quarters, Kadampa Meditation Center has reopened at 720C Montauk Highway in Water Mill.
February, that coldest of months, is the perfect time for chili. On Saturday afternoon, a big heaping cup sure to keep you warm will also raise money for the Springs Fire Department.
As the South Fork braces for a snowstorm Thursday, the event cancellations and business closures have begun. The Star will keep a running list below, but we'll need your help. Please email announcements and information to TKV@ehstar.com for...
Officials are preparing for a major snowstorm headed for Long Island on Thursday and offering these tips.
Amanda Merrow and Katie Baldwin of Amber Waves Farm are seeking housing for seven employees and apprentices for the 2017 season.
The East End could see snow accumulations of 6 to 10 inches or higher late Wednesday night and Thursday, according to the National Weather Service, which issued a winter storm watch Tuesday afternoon.
Sag Harbor first responders received $27,000 in donations after two fund-raisers were held as a way of thanking the agencies after the December fire that destroyed the Sag Harbor Cinema lobby and two other buildings on Main Street.
The South Fork could be hit with six inches of snow or more midweek if a developing winter storm stays on track. 
If you know a senior citizen who stands out above the rest, as a volunteer or as a community leader, Suffolk County wants to hear from you.
All have been invited to enjoy a soup dinner with contributions from South Fork restaurants, sponsored by the East Hampton Clericus, in the Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church on Wednesday.
Phragmites, an invasive plant that thrives at the edges of ponds and streams, was the focus of the East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals meeting on Friday.