Villages

    Talk about “observing the stars” on the South Fork and people are likely to think of a Seinfeld or a Baldwin before an Alpha Centauri. But that’s what the Montauk Observatory is for — to help those...
    A Montauk surfer and a longtime lifeguard will have their day in court on Aug. 22, and the outcome may shake things up or settle them down at Ditch Plain, the popular Montauk surfing beach.     Jasper Conroy, a...
More than 1,000 riders joined the Hamptons leg of the ride, which was dedicated to Lance Cpl. Jordan C. Haerter.

While tons of people flocked to Three Mile Harbor for the Great Bonac Fireworks Saturday night, not many were aware of the two days of effort it took to set up the show.
    The June weather report from Richard G. Hendrickson, the United States Cooperative weather observer in Bridgehampton, arrived this week — a little late but nevertheless still of interest to other South Fork weather...
    The East Hampton Village Planning Board, at a meeting last Thursday, asked its planning consultant to draw up an alternate plan for clustering houses on property at the corner of Newtown and Race Lanes.     The 5...
    A motion by the Town of East Hampton to throw out a case filed against it by the Ellis family over establishing further access to Lake Montauk was dismissed by New York State Supreme Court Justice W. Gerard Asher on June 28....
    To stand in the newly renovated Montauk Medical Practice you’d never believe it was the same place. Though the exterior of the building has not changed, the interior seems somehow larger and brighter. The walls are painted...

Lounging on the grass, enjoying a huge spread of food, and conjuring stories of ages past, the Sherrill family, one of East Hampton’s oldest (with roots dating back to 1640), reunited on Saturday afternoon at the East Hampton Presbyterian Church.