Villages

Plans for 10 bowling alleys, two boccie courts, a mini golf course, a golf simulator, a game room, three pool tables, and a sports bar and lounge, are in the works.
In a small victory for dark-sky advocates, the East Hampton Village Board bowed to opposition from residents of the village agreeing to modify proposed amendments to its lighting code with the aim of reducing sky glow.
A necropsy is being performed on the 11-foot beaked whale that was found dead at Scott Cameron Beach.
Opportunities are still available for vendors to take part in an upcoming holiday market at Pierson Middle/High School.
Participation by East Enders in a planned trip to Lesbos, Greece, to assist in relief efforts for the thousands of refugees flowing through there from countries such as Syria, Iraq, and Afghanistan, continues to grow as a departure date just before Thanksgiving nears.
East Hampton police cars and fire engines, and a large group that gathered at the Hook Mill, helped welcome Army Reserve First Lt. Elizabeth Mamay back from Afghanistan.
A $700,000 New York State Community Capital Assistance Program grant was announced over a year ago, and construction of the roundabout was expected to begin in 2015
The extensive plans proposed by David Geffen, the music and film executive who purchased 26 and 30 West End Road for $50 million from Courtney Ross last year, represent a “very sensitive, soft-touch renovation,” his representative told the East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals on Friday.
Noisy clubs, illegal apartments, overcrowded houses, drunken driving, booze on the beach, cab drivers sleeping in cars overnight at the train station, and trash, trash everywhere.
East Hampton Meals on Wheels said on Tuesday that it is “running at a significant deficit” and “may have to cut service to certain clients or reduce frequency of meals.”
Neither a six-week delay nor an Election Day shakeup could dampen spirits at the East Hampton Town Trustees' 25th annual Largest Clam Contest, to which a few hundred members of the community flocked on Sunday.
The Tyler Project has changed the date of its upcoming fund-raiser walk for awareness and prevention of suicide to Saturday, Nov. 28.
A candlelight vigil will be held on the Long Wharf in Sag Harbor Village on Saturday at 6 p.m.