Villages

For a change of scenery, you might want to ferry over to Shelter Island on Friday, Aug. 18, for a cocktail party from 6 to 8 p.m. benefiting the restoration of the windmill at Sylvester Manor.
"I just love Bridgehampton." This is a phrase no one who knows Willie Jenkins would be surprised to hear him say.
President Trump was repeatedly scorned by a full house at Guild Hall in East Hampton on Tuesday as the first Hamptons Institute discussion of 2017 focused on climate change and how to combat it.
Boats will no longer be able to obtain fuel on Long Wharf or at any other Sag Harbor Village facility, including its A-Dock, B-Dock, and Marine Park.
The Stephen Talkhouse has been many things to many people — classic gin joint for good times, a music venue where big-name musicians perform in a living-room setting, and a place where personal attractions are kindled, many growing into...
SagTown Coffee reopened on Main Street this week, bigger and better than before the fire that destroyed it and several other businesses, including the Sag Harbor Cinema, nearly eight months ago.
The Grey Lady, a Montauk harborside restaurant that has been cited several times this summer for overcrowding, is under court order to limit the number of people it admits and to stop operating as a nightclub in violation of East Hampton zoning rules.
A mosquito collected in East Hampton on July 26 has tested positive for West Nile virus, Suffolk County health officials announced on Friday.
The East Hampton Town Historic Records Project, a collaboration between the town and the East Hampton Library’s Long Island Collection, has scanned and preserved a trove of rare archival materials.
The disconnect between the science of and policy on climate change in the United States, particularly in the Trump era, will be the subject of a Hamptons Institute panel talk Tuesday at Guild Hall.
An informational forum on deer hosted by the Village Preservation Society of East Hampton last Thursday largely focused on ticks and the pathogens they carry, though one presenter emphasized the impact of deer on forests and what he said was their destruction of other animals’ habitat.
A couple who bought a house on Cove Hollow Road last year is ensnared in zoning code provisions that have left them and their attorney frustrated and incredulous.
PSEG-Long Island will start work next month on electrical systems throughout East Hampton, an effort to strengthen the reliability and resilience of the electrical grid under a program developed after Superstorm Sandy severely impacted parts of Long Island.