Villages

Thanks to the Long Island Rail Road's recent arrival, George Bradford Brainerd, inveterate photog, documented Southampton Village in late 1870s. The Southampton Town historian explains in a talk and slide show.
Suffolk County has a plan to bring the near-extinct bobwhite quail, once a common sight, back to Montauk County Park.
A weekly series of drive-in movies will begin with a screening of the Pixar animated feature “Inside Out” on Monday at 6:30 p.m. in the parking lot at Cooper’s Beach in Southampton Village.
The indie post-punk revivalist band the Killers will perform an invitation-only show at the Stephen Talkhouse in Amagansett on Saturday.
The family-friendly East Hampton Ladies Village Improvement Society summer fair returns for the 122nd year on Saturday, offering live music, plenty of food, the traditional Playland children’s area, shopping for thrift store clothing and toys, and a...
The fifth annual benefit for All Star Code, an organization that helps African-American and Latino boys attain the skills, networks, and mind-sets to succeed in computer science and coding, happens on Saturday evening at the East Hampton residence...
The roundabout being constructed at the intersection of Route 114 and Buell and Toilsome Lanes in East Hampton Village will not be finished until early fall
Item of the Week From the East Hampton Library’s Long Island Collection
Andrea Anthony is a co-owner and hands-on manager of the Lobster Roll, one of the most iconic eateries on Long Island. But neither the restaurant’s 53-year tradition nor acclaim for the food protects her and her partners from having the same...
In a renewed effort to sell the remaining inventory, Cape Advisors, the real estate development firm behind the project, has now been making improvements and lowering some prices.
A humpback whale washed up on Napeague on Thursday morning, and officials are trying to determine how best to remove it.
The most recent water test results from the Concerned Citizens of Montauk have shown high levels of bacteria in several bodies of water in Montauk, Amagansett, and East Hampton.
The Vassar Haiti Project and Christ Episcopal Church will open a Haitian art and handcraft sale to benefit the remote village of Chermaitre in that country this weekend.