Villages

After receiving an Amber Alert Friday morning, many thought there must have been a child abduction close to home on Long Island, but police are searching for a missing 14-month-old whose mother was found dead in Wayne County.
Bernard Berger, a dermatologist who was at the forefront of scientific efforts to pinpoint the causes of Lyme disease, announced that after nearly 50 years of tending to the skin care of East End residents, he would be closing his Southampton...
In 1931, the members of the Edwin C. Halsey American Legion Post 700 organized Memorial Day ceremonies for East Hampton for the first time in a number of years.
Ricky Muller, master carpenter, has just finished a restoration of the Water Mill Museum, which is now open, with an exhibit detailing his work and a members art show.
Taking a stand against the Trump administration’s plan to allow offshore oil and gas exploration and drilling in New York’s coastal waters, the East Hampton Village Board unanimously adopted a resolution on Friday supporting the state’s application...
The Sag Harbor Partnership is inching ever closer to applying for a building permit to construct the Sag Harbor Cinema Center, a cultural institution on the site of the Sag Harbor movie theater, which was destroyed by fire.
Veterans, fire companies, and scout groups will take part in a Memorial Day parade on Main Street in East Hampton Village on Monday, starting at 10 a.m.
Edwina von Gal, a landscape designer who advocates natural environments and runs the Perfect Earth Project, a nonprofit that promotes toxin-free landscapes and lawns, will welcome visitors to her gardens at Marsh House, 962-964 Springs-Fireplace...

Third House Nature Center is seeking volunteers to serve as weekend docents at Third House in Montauk County Park this summer.
Sag Harbor Village’s plan to use part of a 24-acre site off the Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Turnpike as an impound yard for vehicles seized by its police department is receiving pushback from environmental and preservation groups.
The Concerned Citizens of Montauk announced a partnership with Christopher Gobler of Stony Brook University on Monday to monitor harmful algal blooms.
A proposal for a tennis court on West End Road in East Hampton Village — and the inevitable noise that would emanate from it — has rankled the would-be developer of an adjacent parcel on Georgica Cove.
Sag Harbor’s third annual Cultural Heritage Weekend will focus on the evolution of a diverse community over three centuries through a variety of events and programs presented from tomorrow through Sunday by the member organizations of the Sag Harbor...