Number of accounts has grown by 4 percent, but peak use has risen 44 percent
PSEG Long Island is seeking ways to reduce the demand for electricity on the South Fork as well as to increase its supply without resorting to new high-voltage powerlines. David E. Rattray

An architect's model for a site in Amagansett where work on 40 rent-controlled apartments could soon begin.
David E. Rattray

At the Nov. 24 hearing on the rental registry, Tom Steele, handed out copies of a petition opposing the registry. Morgan McGivern

Trustees ante up with check for land survey
Tycho Burwell

Some say conservative, others believe ‘short-term’ sacrifices are working
Representative Lee Zeldin, left, and members of the House Committee on Natural Resources convened in Riverhead on Monday for a field hearing on restoring Atlantic fisheries. Christopher Walsh

Can a Montauk motel build a restaurant? Can its neighbor build a house?
An old postcard offers a look at the original restaurant at the Breakers, then called the Burgundy House Buffet.