Villages

Three times as many as last year did the Polar Bear Plunge at East Hampton Village’s Main Beach on New Year’s Day, one of the balmiest New Year’s Days, if not the balmiest, that anyone could remember.
Bermuda Bikes, the shop on Gingerbread Lane in East Hampton that has been selling and servicing bicycles for nearly 40 years, is for sale, Kent and Pamela McDonald, the husband and wife owners, announced recently.
When Spencer Granelli was making plans to surprise his girlfriend, Shivali Khetan, with a marriage proposal after the Polar Bear Plunge at Main Beach on New Year’s Day, he had one nagging doubt.
Bay Street Theater announced last week that it would be launching a campaign to eliminate the use of plastic straws and water bottles in the village.
As the Montauk Historical Society looks ahead to two big projects at the Montauk Lighthouse — a $24 million revetment repair and a $1 million-plus tower renovation — a more modest renovation underway now is offering a glimpse of parts of one...
The 300 or 400 people who participate annually at the Main Beach Polar Bear Plunge, like the smaller throng who join the Wainscott one at the end of Beach Lane at 2:30 on New Year’s Day, say they show up for a variety of reasons: Because it’s fun....
An auditor delivered an upbeat report on the East Hampton Village government’s fiscal status on Friday.
The East Hampton Trails Preservation Society will host two hikes in Montauk this week. On Saturday at 10 a.m., Eva Moore will lead a three-mile hike to the seal haul-out site to hopefully see seals sunning on the rocks near the shore. Dress warmly,...
Residents of Osborne Lane and adjacent streets in East Hampton gave the East Hampton Village Board an unqualified thumbs-down assessment of the small parking lot under construction at 8 Osborne Lane, a property the village purchased and on which a...
As we begin the new year, it’s good to look back and reflect on all that happened in 2018. It comes as no surprise that the biggest news occurred in June when a small plane carrying Ben and Bonnie Krupinski, their grandson, William Maerov, and their...
“Coming here is a whole acceptance that this is the end, and the worst-case scenario is when nobody talks to families about these things,” said Mary Crosby of the Kanas Center for Hospice Care.
The new 11,000-square-foot market features a pizza oven, a lobster tank, two kitchens, an expansive display case for prepared foods, a dining area, wire shelving filled with snacks, condiments, and sundries, and a farm stand’s worth of fresh produce.
Frank Newbold, the chairman of the East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals, who has said his 15 years on the board provided him with a front-row seat to East Hampton’s evolution, announced his resignation at a Z.B.A. meeting on Friday.