Villages

As part of the East End Mental Health Awareness Initiative, two free events will take place in Bridgehampton and Southampton next week sponsored by East Hampton and Southampton Towns.
“Despite living only five minutes away from each other in Northwest Woods” in East Hampton, Timothy Robert Miller and Lisa Ann Lakeman, “have college to thank for bringing them together,” they wrote. “Six years and a bunch of Sam’s pizza dates later...
Looking ahead to the weekend, the fifth annual Tyler Valcich Memorial Classic Car Show happens Sunday in Amagansett and the Bridgehampton Museum’s road rally is Saturday.
As its season winds down, the Mabel and Victor D’Amico Studio and Archive continues to host events for study and practice.
This year’s Hampton Library budget vote and board election will take place on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Diana Payne, a Sagaponack resident, is running unopposed.
This year’s Art/History/Amagansett series of conversations at the Amagansett Library concludes this weekend with two events.
Two dead whales washed ashore this week, one in Amagansett on Monday, and the other in East Hampton Village yesterday, where a dead dolphin also was found at around the same time. Both whales, awash in the surf, were badly decomposed and seemed to...
If a “blue wave” is coming in November, it could strike our South Fork shores, largely due to a recent surge in youth voter registration.
The East Hampton Town Trustees’ Largest Clam Contest, an early-autumn tradition that celebrates the bounty of the town’s waterways, drew a crowd to the grounds of the trustees’ offices at the Lamb Building in Amagansett on Sunday.
Businesses will no longer be allowed to distribute single-use plastic straws unless specifically requested, the East Hampton Village Board resolved on Friday.
Seeking to honor the work being done to restore local historical buildings, the Village Preservation Society of East Hampton handed out its inaugural preservation awards during its annual meeting on Saturday.
The seed of the idea for the Shed — a new, shared workspace run by women, for women, which launches Tuesday in Sag Harbor — began serendipitously.
Item of the Week From the East Hampton Library Long Island Collection