Cuomo gives agency new power on limits
A decline in horseshoe crab numbers has spurred calls for greater protection of the ancient species.
Thomas E. Mahnken Jr.
School paperwork left languishing at post office
The East Hampton Post Office
With agency’s help, victims of domestic violence find strength to start over
Laurie Cancellieri said a memorial plaque in honor of her son on a teak bench at Ditch Plain Beach went missing.
“It’s quite simple, and it matches the kind of unadorned, unpretentious look that Ashawagh Hall has,”
Phyllis Kriegel, left, who underwrote a landscaping project around Ashawagh Hall in Springs, surveyed a tricolor beech tree that was planted with Marybeth Lee, center, who designed and did the plantings, and Loring Bolger, right, of the Springs Improvement Society, with her dog Jessie.
Adventures from faraway places and souvenirs worthy of show-and-tell
Robin Gianis, an art teacher at Bridgehampton School, paused for a picture with her daughter Phoebe at Ngorongoro Caldera in Tanzania, where their family spent two weeks learning about the culture, landscapes, animals, and more.
Greg Unis, Brooke Shields, and David Kratz
Durell Godfrey Photos
Annette and Matt Lauer
Claudette Darrell and Dawn Todd
Georgina Bloomberg and her son, Jasper Quintana
The air-kissing friends Lee Fryd and Colleen Rein
Thomas Hill and Mimi Lang
Michael Bloomberg and Diana Taylor
A photograph taken Tuesday morning shows just some of what was left behind after a beach party on the west side of Navy Road.
Later on Tuesday morning, East Hampton Town Marine Patrol visited the beach.Eileen Murphy
Crates, food, alcohol, a burning fire, and even a slip-and-slide were left behind at the beach after a big party.Phyllis Morgano
East Hampton Town police also visited the beach.James Katsipis
Kathryn Bermudez, right, and Nikki Payne, left, are collecting gently used clothing to distribute to needy kids. Ms. Bermudez and Ms. Payne are pictured from left with John Holden, Ms. Payne's fiancé; Nicole Rodriguez, Ms. Bermudez's daughter, and Francis Rodriguez, Ms. Bermudez's husband, outside The Salty Canvas on Newtown Lane.