Villages

The Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons has already made plans to come to the aid of a partner in animal rescue in South Carolina where Hurricane Florence made landfall on Friday.
The church and synagogue leaders who make up the East Hampton Clericus share a belief that they can more effectively serve their communities together than they would apart.
The East Hampton Village Board grappled with drafting laws that would require septic system upgrades and restrict the use of gas-powered leaf blowers at a work session last Thursday.
A preliminary plan to turn East Hampton Village property on Methodist Lane into a bioswale, a drainage system designed to reduce pollution from surface runoff water, was presented to the village board last Thursday. The board also discussed a...
A proposed Sagaponack Village law that would impose a 90-day moratorium on the installation of deer fencing will be the subject of a public hearing on Monday at 3 p.m. at Village Hall.
Samuel Pierson Glinn and Lindsey Kikyo Kawamura were married on Saturday at a small ceremony in Nina Gillman’s garden on Windmill Lane in Amagansett.
James Netter Sprayregen and Rachel Diane Kritchman were married on Saturday at the groom’s grandmother Alice Netter’s house in East Hampton’s Georgica neighborhood. Cantor-Rabbi Debra Stein of the Jewish Center of the Hamptons officiated.
September is Suicide Prevention Month, and several events are planned in Suffolk County to raise awareness and money to help prevent suicide.
New blooms of cyanobacteria, or blue-green algae, have been confirmed in Poxabogue Pond in Sagaponack and Old Town Pond in Southampton, while harmful algal blooms have also re-emerged in Georgica Pond in East Hampton and in Wainscott Pond.
Seymour W. James Jr. of Sag Harbor, former attorney in chief of the Legal Aid Society of New York City, has become a partner in the criminal defense and civil rights firm of Barket Epstein Kearon Aldea...
First responders will gather in East Hampton Village on Tuesday to remember those who lost their lives in the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
With just a few permits to secure, work on the long hoped for expansion of the Montauk Playhouse Community Center could begin this winter. The $8.5 million undertaking is to include two swimming pools, classrooms, and fitness and performance spaces.
Three East Hampton Village assistant beach managers resigned in protest last Thursday, saying the board had recommended new uniforms for female lifeguards against their advice and that they were being “made the scapegoats” for the decision.