Barry Raebeck, left, and Tom McNiven displayed a image showing flight paths over the East Hampton Airport.
Instructor left paralyzed after accident
Chris Scott, seen here with his sister, Charlotte Scott, was paralyzed from the neck down in a skydiving accident last month. His friends are raising money for his long-term care.
16 parcels, vacant and developed, are on list
B.B.C.s till September and beyond at Napeague bar
Pool will be moving upstairs to the light, and event space will be down below
The new plan for the Montauk Playhouse Community Center calls for an aquatic center on the western side of the building’s upper level, rather than the ground floor as originally proposed.
Montauk Playhouse Community Center Foundation
Planning Department is opposed, but another project may have set precedent
An eroding shoreline has four property owners asking the East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals for the right to extend an existing revetment 560 feet south to protect their Louse Point Road houses.
Ronald Perelman first sued Larry Gagosian in 2012
Larry Gargosian sat in his booth featuring Richard Prince at Art Basel Miami Beach in December.
Thiele, Cantwell, Rickenbach urge transparency
Richard Janis of Save East Hampton spoke before a crowd gathered on Tuesday to comment on PSEG-Long Island’s long-range plan for the town’s electrical utility.
Julia Bovey, director of the Long Island office of the New York State Department of Public Service, and Michael F. Voltz, director of energy efficiency and renewables for PSEG, got an earful from local residents at a well-attended meeting in East Hampton Tuesday night. Morgan McGivern