Villages

A proposed law that would require updated wastewater treatment systems for all new residences and for existing ones that expand by 25 percent or increase the number of bedrooms was praised by environmental advocates at an East Hampton Village Board...
A gray seal pup was found in a driveway on Egypt Lane in East Hampton Village on Sunday morning around 6:40 a.m.
With winds still blowing fine topsoil from Amagansett farm fields into the hamlet's adjacent commercial district and anxious residents demanding action, the Town of East Hampton announced a plan on Tuesday that includes the placement of straw atop...

"I think the location, being that accessible, is important for us," said Minerva Perez, executive director of Organizacion Latino-Americana of Eastern Long Island. The office gives the nonprofit a space to further build on its community advocacy...
LTV, East Hampton's public access provider, will offer free mini-documentary production classes to East Hampton Town residents in February. Part of an initiative it's calling the Thousand Stories Project, the studio developed the classes...
At Monday's celebration of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King's birthday at Calvary Baptist Church in East Hampton, there was talk of how great Dr. King was and concern about the ways America sometimes fails his vision a half-century after his death.
With temperatures having plummeted on Long Island, the Suffolk Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is reminding pet owners that cold weather can be dangerous for animals, too.  On the East End, temperatures are in the single digits...
The stores were packed on Thursday when the sale began, with bargain shoppers sifting through the racks.
The groundwork is nearly finished on the North Main Street parcel where the historical Dominy shops will return later this year.
Seeking to raze their house in a coastal erosion hazard area and construct a new, larger one, the owners of the oceanfront property at 33 Lily Pond Lane requested permission and 54 variances from the East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals on...
The East Hampton Star’s cartoonist, Peter Spacek, will “spill the beans on any dirty little cartooning secrets” during a Golden Eagle-Nick and Toni’s Night Out on Wednesday.
A pilot program providing low-income families with organic frozen produce through the winter months has made its first delivery to the Springs Food Pantry.
The Ellen Hermanson Foundation announced last week that more than a quarter of a million dollars in money raised will benefit cancer patients at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital.