Town mulls new landmark status to save significant houses from wrecking ball
The 18th-century Zadoc Bennett house on Three Mile Harbor Road in East Hampton, pictured here in 1923, is among those that could be designated historic landmarks under a proposed town program. Eugene Armbruster, Collection of New York Public Library

Christopher Gobler of Stony Brook University’s School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences described the water quality research he plans for Wainscott Pond to the East Hampton Town Trustees. Christopher Walsh

First District congressman finds fault with ‘multiple groups and multiple sides’ in Virginia mayhem