Villages

Looking back on his 21 years on the Sag Harbor Village Board, first as a trustee and finally as mayor, Brian Gilbride said he has no regrets.
Building political will for a livable world is a work in progress, according to Don Matheson, a builder who lives in East Hampton, but if his observations from last week’s international conference of Citizens Climate Lobby are accurate, that undertaking is nearing a tipping point.
The departure of Uber, the app-based car service, following a blitz of tickets given its drivers for lacking the required town taxi licenses, has two East End taxi company owners jumping into the breach.
Child’s burn points to buried-fire problem.
Favored stop for beer and soda to close.
A petition asking the East Hampton Town Board to deny permits for large events on Montauk’s downtown green has gathered over 200 signatures since Memorial Day weekend.
John Philip Jaxheimer, the son of Susan and John Jaxheimer of Amagansett and New York City, and Aimee Bridget Ruby were married on May 26.
The East Hampton Village Board formally adopted a budget for the 2015-16 fiscal year at its meeting on Friday.
Ed Deyermond, who was re-elected last week to another term on the Sag Harbor Village Board, is going to have a new 9-to-5 job as of next week, though it’s one with which he is very familiar.
AT&T wants a permit from East Hampton Village to install wireless service equipment here.
Todd Forrest of the New York Botanical Garden in the Bronx will be at the East Hampton Library on Saturday to discuss how its projects can motivate homeowners here.
Weekdays in Montauk this month have been almost as quiet as the days after Tumbleweed Tuesday, following Labor Day, when legend has it that the hamlet is so slow you can see tumbleweeds blowing through instead of people.
Durham Washburn Finney and Sarah Elizabeth Yagerman of Manhattan were married at Camp Hero State Park in Montauk on Sunday.