Villages

The annual corned beef and cabbage dinner will be held at the Point bar and grill on March 9 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Mark your calendar! The 11th annual Am O’Gansett parade, a unique take on St. Patrick’s Day festivities, is set for March 9.
By a 3-to-2 vote that was marked by sharp disagreement, the East Hampton Town Board authorized an agreement with Orsted U.S. Offshore Wind last Thursday that will allow it to conduct archaeological and soil tests along a proposed cable route in...
Valentine’s Day comes only once a year, but for senior citizens, the homebound, or those living alone, there’s something important, even lifesaving, about getting a call every day from someone checking in.
A law requiring low-nitrogen wastewater treatment systems for all new residences and for existing ones that expand by 25 percent or have an increase in the number of bedrooms was adopted by the East Hampton Village Board of Trustees at a meeting on...
For the past 13 months, the East Hampton Library has been engaged in an all-out effort to complete a searchable online archive of every issue of The East Hampton Star since its debut on Dec. 26, 1885, up to the 1980s.
Two Latino graduates of South Fork schools — one at law school, the other taking a gap semester — are lending a hand to Organizacion Latino-Americana of Eastern Long Island, the group announced this week.
Montaukers who tuned in to the Super Bowl on Sunday may have seen a familiar face in one of the commercials. Francisco Estrella, a second grader at the Montauk School, was featured in a CBS Network 2019 TV commercial, “Dream Big, Kid,”...
On Saturday and Sunday at noon, a Montauk State Park naturalist will lead a three-mile hike to see seals and shorebirds.
The suit alleges that the inn, a pre-existing business in a residential district, was illegally targeted by a law the village passed last April that prevents such properties from having mass gatherings outdoors or in tents. It also accuses the...
Residents believe that PSEG Long Island misrepresented and concealed its motives and actions, and charge that the East Hampton Town Board clandestinely worked with the utility.
A celebration of East Hampton Village’s centennial, scheduled for Sept. 26, 2020, will include a parade, a fair, and a tour of historic houses on Main Street, which will be shut down from the post office on Pantigo Road to Mulford Farm.
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