Villages

Owners of historic properties who are having trouble maintaining them can apply for a 2019 landmarks maintenance program award.
Saturday is the day to dispose of hazardous household waste such as oil paint, chemical aerosols, pesticides, thinners, urethanes, engine coolant, and flammable materials at the Montauk transfer station.
A crowd of over 100, concerned about losing their tiny library in the heart of Springs, thronged the Springs Presbyterian Church’s Parish Hall Sunday afternoon in a show of support that left the library’s board of governors surprised but highly...
Owners of properties in the three historically black neighborhoods seek historic district status, and were thrilled recently after receiving a statement of eligibility from state officials.
Based on its latest rounds of water testing last week, Concerned Citizens of Montauk again urged people to avoid contact with the water in Fort Pond, where a blue-green algae bloom persisted.
A plan to merge two vacant lots at 20 and 24 West End Road and build a single-family residence in excess of 10,000 square feet, plus a detached garage and accessory structures, was the subject of a lengthy discussion at the East Hampton Village...
The second annual East Hampton Village fall festival, set to take place Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Herrick Park, hopes to match or surpass last year’s successful day with more food options, new activities, and ample opportunity for community...
Andre Goy and Jeffrey Brice Ornstein were married on Saturday at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in East Hampton, with the Very Rev. Denis Brunelle officiating. A reception followed at the Maidstone Club.
Stony Brook Southampton Hospital will hold its fifth annual addiction symposium Thursday at the Stony Brook Southampton campus to explore the best medical practices to help combat the opioid crisis here.
State officials will hold a listening session on cleaner, safer, and more reliable low-carbon transportation at a meeting in Wading River on Tuesday.
Buses will substitute for some mid-day, off-peak weekday trains between Montauk and Babylon Monday through Friday, then again on Oct. 29 and Nov. 2.
Based on its latest rounds of water testing last week, Concerned Citizens of Montauk is again urging people to avoid contact with the water in Fort Pond, where a blue-green algae bloom persists.
“Gone,” a film that accompanied a 10,000-word expose last year in The Suffolk Times about the 1966 disappearance of Louise Pietrewicz, a Cutchogue woman who grew up on her family’s farm in Sagaponack, will be shown at the Hampton...