Villages

Ice-carving, fire dancers, and more at Sag Harbor's annual HarborFrost on Saturday.
Hugh King, East Hampton Town’s town crier; Dell Cullum, an Amagansett native, photographer, and naturalist, and Katherine C.H.E., a musician, will take part in a celebration of the Amagansett Free Library’s centennial on Saturday. The community has been invited to “put on their party hats.”
Members of the East Hampton Group for Wildlife delivered a withering appraisal of East Hampton Village’s deer-management activities and of White Buffalo, the Connecticut organization it hired to conduct a deer-sterilization program, at the village board’s meeting on Friday.
The East Hampton Historical Society's popular executive director, Richard Barons, who was to have retired in April, will instead remain on the job for another two years.
A lower-level of the East Hampton Library remained closed to the public a week after an exterior check valve burst, flooding the eastern side of the basement. Damage to books was minimal.
East Hampton Village police tried to help rescue a stranded dolphin, though it was later euthanized while under the care of the Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research and Preservation.
Kunkush, which became separated from its owners on a Greek shore, is reunited with its family with the help of a Springs photographer.
With relatives from near and far in attendance, the East Hampton Village Board honored Lucy West, an 80-year resident here, on the occasion of her 100th birthday.
A divided East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals decided Friday that a property owner on Georgica Pond may not plant a rose garden within the required 125-foot wetlands setback.
Two new crowdfunding campaigns that are local to the East Hampton area have the potential to expand access to healthy foods for families and children.
A blood drive at the Sag Harbor firehouse on Friday will be held in honor of Jim Federico, a longtime member, who died in June.
The Frosty Plunge will be held during the annual HarborFrost celebration in Sag Harbor Village later this month, with all of the proceeds from the plunge going to the Sag Harbor Volunteer Ambulance Corps.
An effort to improve traffic safety on James Lane, which runs along the east side of South End Cemetery, may necessitate in the elimination of about six parking spaces, the East Hampton Village Board concluded at a work session last Thursday.