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Durell Godfrey



Police searched the area off Atlantic Avenue Beach in Amagansett on Friday. Durell Godfrey

Police located the majority of the wreckage from a June 2 plane crash on the ocean's floor about a mile off Atlantic Avenue Beach in Amagansett late last week. Durell Godfrey


Generosity and community spirit were embedded characteristics
Norman Peck, the late Parrish Art Museum trustee, with Ben Krupinski during the construction of the new museum building in Water Mill. Philip Schmerbeck
Ben and Bonnie Krupinski, both 70, were flying from Newport, R.I., to East Hampton with their grandson, William Maerov, when the plane crashed off Amagansett. Durell Godfrey

Search by sea and land for two still missing
East Hampton Town lifeguards, who were in the midst of training Saturday afternoon, waited for word as to the location of a downed plane that left four people dead. Chris Schenck
Donna Liebowitz

Brown, Graham, and Siska vie for two seats
Bruce Siska, left, Rose Brown, center, and Tiger Graham, right, are all running for East Hampton Village Board. David E. Rattray, Durell Godfrey, and Courtesy Photos

Jon Dollard is presumed dead after the plane he was flying crashed into the water off Amagansett on Saturday. Jenn Gaudreau of Jennifer Kathryn Photography