Villages

While the Three B’s played classic rock for a crowd at the village green in downtown Montauk on Monday night, the Montauk Citizens Advisory Committee debated whether to recommend to East Hampton Town officials that public events be relocated away...
Enterococcus, a coliform bacteria that indicates the presence of fecal matter in the water, is another threat to the well-being of the South Fork’s waterways and the people who use them.
The Amagansett Presbyterian Church will hold its 103rd summer fair on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the church grounds.
While it is not unusual for a restaurant to open and close in a single summer, the end usually comes after Labor Day. For Deckers Bar and Grill in Sag Harbor, however, closing day has come early.
Building permits are now valid for one year, and can be extended by one year.
It’s not quite on the scale of San Diego Comic Con or New York Comic Con, which have evolved into massive, days-long events that feature celebrity guests and draw fans in droves, but lovers of comic books and graphic novels on the South Fork finally...
As the East Hampton Ladies Village Improvement Society celebrated 120 years of service to the community, its popular fair on Saturday went off without a hitch. When the doors opened at 10 a.m., people rushed to their favorite booths, kids for the...
Officials gathered Monday morning to discuss a plan to install lighted crosswalks at four locations, two in Amagansett and two in Montauk.
An informal 5K run was held in Sag Harbor on Saturday, which would have been Marine Lance Cpl. Jordan C. Haerter's 28th birthday.
Army Reserve First Lt. Elizabeth Mamay received a flag that was flown over Citi Field, and was honored as Veteran of the Game.
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation has invited pool owners to take part in the fifth annual Asian longhorned beetle Swimming Pool Survey.
The Ladies Village Improvement Society Fair, Isaac Mizrahi at BookHampton, a free concert at Innersleeve Records, and a "Midsummer's Evening" for the Queen of the Most Holy Rosary.
After a four-year renovation, John Jermain reopens in its Main Street home.