The unmistakable signs of spring are stirring. The eighth annual Am O’Gansett Parade, which its organizers proclaim is the world’s shortest, will commence at noon on Saturday and conclude a few minutes later.
Sag Harbor Village officials unveiled conceptual drawings and related details on Friday for a waterfront park they would like to see on Ferry Road, despite unwillingness by the private property owners to sell the property.
The actress Candice Bergen and her husband, the real estate magnate Marshall Rose, have owned a house at 72 Lily Pond Lane, which was featured in Architectural Digest, for years. On Friday, the attorney Thomas J. Osborne was before the East...
Island Gift of Life, a non-profit organization launched in 2001 that helps patients on the East End cope with major medical issues by providing financial support, transportation, or expertise to help negotiate medical bills.
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.
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.
The Sag Harbor Village Board took a break from proposed code revisions Tuesday night and instead discussed snow clearing and a law that would set appropriate times for leaf blowers and construction work.