Signs like this one at the Getty station in East Hampton were all too familiar over the past week, as storm-related gas shortages made for long lines at the pumps. Story on A13.
Insurance brokers say full assessment of damages will take long time
Some confusion at polls, but turnout generally strong
Democratic incumbent beats Altchuler by more than 11,000 votes in Congressional rematch
A voter, accompanied by two boys, checked in with Board of Elections poll-watchers at the Amagansett Fire House early Tuesday.
David E. Rattray
On Thursday, support trailers and tents were set up at the East Hampton Airport to serve as many as 1,000 utility contractors who were due to arrive to work restoring electricity to eastern Long Island.
Carrie Ann Salvi
Higher premiums are likely, post Sandy, but policyholders won't need to pay hurricane deductibles
Reports of flooding, downed trees, and damage caused by wind -- such as trees falling on houses or cars -- comprise the vast majority of calls to local insurance agencies.
Police at Georgica Beach near where the body of Edith Wright was found on Tuesday morning
Only twisted debris remained Tuesday at one of Ronald Lauder’s Wainscott houses. The white bags had been placed to stave off ongoing erosion.