Villages

One of the buildings devastated by the fire that ripped through a portion of Sag Harbor’s Main Street two months ago still has not been properly shored up, village officials said yesterday.
The new executive director of the East Hampton Chamber of Commerce pitched two big ideas at meetings this week: a street fair on Newtown Lane in May and a Sunday farmers market on the lawn of the East Hampton Middle School this summer.
East Hampton Village is considering charging for some private parties and mass gatherings that use village beaches and other public property.
After a brief pause during which it vacated its Sag Harbor quarters, Kadampa Meditation Center has reopened at 720C Montauk Highway in Water Mill.
February, that coldest of months, is the perfect time for chili. On Saturday afternoon, a big heaping cup sure to keep you warm will also raise money for the Springs Fire Department.
Phragmites, an invasive plant that thrives at the edges of ponds and streams, was the focus of the East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals meeting on Friday.
As the South Fork population and summer visitors’ numbers continue to grow, pressure on the natural environment builds. An expert panel of environmentalists and farmers assembled by The East Hampton Star’s East magazine will consider how...
Feb. 1 is always a busy day at East Hampton Village Hall, and yesterday was no exception: The first day of February is the day that nonresident permits to park at the village’s ocean beaches go on sale.
Concerned Citizens of Montauk announced this week that its president, Jeremy Samuelson, would be leaving the environmental organization at the end of March to join the Nature Conservancy as the director of the Mashomack Preserve on Shelter Island.
How much is an old East Hampton exchange worth?
For Dakota Quackenbush, an East Hampton fifth grader who is beginning a six-month national tour with "The Sound of Music," the past few weeks have been a whirlwind.
Despite quick action by the Montauk Fire Department Saturday just before noon, a pickup truck parked in the beach access area by Sloppy Tuna on South Edison Street was totaled in a fast-moving fire.
Question remains whether to let PSEG-Long Island move forward with a plan to strengthen electric grid in the North Haven-Noyac area while exploring the idea of burying the lines by Long Beach.