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Latest Report on Krupinski Plane Crash

The pilot who was flying the small plane that crashed off Amagansett in June of 2018, killing all four people aboard, including Bonnie and Ben Krupinski, last radioed in to air traffic control that he was at 700 feet and “coming in underneath” the thunderstorm, according to the findings of a National Transportation Safety Board investigation.

Oct 17, 2019

East End residents woke up to flooding, power outages, and downed trees on Thursday morning after a powerful storm blew through the region on Wednesday night.

Oct 17, 2019

A woman was arrested in Montauk Sunday evening after she punctured a tire on her husband’s vehicle and pushed another woman, East Hampton Town police said.

Oct 17, 2019

Eyes on New Home for Ball Fields

The two Pantigo Place East Hampton Little League baseball fields that will be displaced by construction of the Southampton Hospital Association’s planned emergency care facility could be relocated to the grounds of the former Child Development Center of the Hamptons on Stephen Hand’s Path.

Oct 17, 2019

Campaign Diary: Bambrick Ready to ‘Change Things’

If she is elected to the East Hampton Town Board, Elizabeth Bambrick said last week, it will be “because people want me to change things.”

Oct 17, 2019

Nearing the Tipping Point on Clean Water?

Suffolk County’s still-pure water sources are irreplaceable resources that must be preserved and protected, State Assemblyman Steve Englebright told a gathering in Amagansett on Oct. 4.

Oct 17, 2019

Arts

Vija Celmins: Looking and Looking Again

Vija Celmins is a visual seductress. From her early treatment of everyday objects to the water and sky images that have become her trademark, she has fashioned an art that skirts the line between representation and abstraction in a way that is mesmerizing.

Oct 17, 2019

The director Brian De Palma was in East Hampton to receive the Hamptons International Film Festival’s Lifetime Achievement Award and spend an hour lobbing anecdotes, opinions, and snippets of film industry gossip back and forth with Alec Baldwin on Saturday afternoon at a packed Guild Hall.

Oct 17, 2019

Audiences at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor can look forward to two nights of laughter and an afternoon of drama this weekend with a visit from Lisa Lampanelli, a new all-star comedy show, and a screening of the 1961 film “A Raisin in the Sun.”

Oct 17, 2019

A reading of “Love, Loss, and What I Wore” by Nora and Delia Ephron will be performed at the Southampton Arts Center on Saturday at 2 and 8 p.m. in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month and National Mammogram Day.

Oct 17, 2019

Bits and Pieces: 10.17.19

Lots of drama at Guild Hall this week, classical and contemporary music in art spaces, a Watermill Center In Process afternoon, and more

Oct 17, 2019

The Art Scene: 10.17.19

New shows at Halsey McKay and Ashawagh Hall, plus a new Grenning Gallery venture.

Oct 17, 2019

Big Winners at Film Festival

Awards for the 27th Hamptons International Film Festival were presented on Monday morning in East Hampton.

Oct 17, 2019

Villages

In a move that could set a precedent allowing the owners of condominiums to expand their units, and over the objection of East Hampton Town Supervisor Peter Van Scoyoc, Suffolk County has paved the way for a unit at the Montauk Shores condominium complex to be replaced with a larger one.

Oct 17, 2019

October often means pumpkin spice lattes, Halloween costumes, and baseball playoffs, but for high school seniors navigating the college admissions process, this month isn’t all fun and games.

Oct 17, 2019
Pondering Food Politics

Randy Johnston, a former professor of accounting at the University of Colorado, Boulder, who will speak at the East Hampton Library on three consecutive Saturdays starting this week, moved to East Hampton Village in April and has been trying to raise awareness about environmental issues ever since.

Oct 17, 2019
To Revive a ‘Dying Village’

Jerry Larsen, the former East Hampton Village police chief who is running next June for village mayor, offered proposals for revitalizing the commercial district last Thursday, at a campaign event with business owners at Babette’s restaurant.

Oct 17, 2019
Lerner Amagansett
Stony Hill Owners Fire Back

The owners of nearly six acres of reserved land in Amagansett who have been prevented from cutting down trees, preparing a farm, or doing any other work there since the Peconic Land Trust initiated a lawsuit against them in August, asked the court last week to dismiss the suit and filed counterclaims against the land trust.

Oct 17, 2019
Samot and Sheehan Engaged

Linda and Jerry Sheehan of Springs have announced the engagement of their daughter, Shannon Lee Sheehan, to Nicholas Ray Samot, the son of Karen Drolet and Raymond Samot of East Hampton.

Oct 17, 2019

Sports

A win Monday would have enabled East Hampton High’s field hockey team to stay on the cusp of a playoff berth, according to its coach, Nicole Ficeto, though Port Jefferson, which had been outplayed for 56 minutes, dashed that hope in the 57th with a goal that resulted from a corner play, the Royals’ first corner play of the game.

Oct 17, 2019

East Hampton High’s boys and girls soccer teams and its boys and girls volleyball teams had wins this past week, while the girls swimming team lost 93-82 Sayville-Bayport, the defending league champion, 13 of whose points were awarded for diving.

Oct 17, 2019

Teams made up of East Hampton School District teachers are to vie Wednesday on the high school’s turf field in a fund-raising “Kicks For Cancer” game whose proceeds are to go to the Hauppauge High School-based organization founded 11 years ago to help families contending with the disease.

Oct 17, 2019

Serpent's Back: A Pierson Coach Wins

When Joe Amato, Pierson’s boys cross-country coach, crossed the line following the arduous Serpent’s Back (run-mountain-bike-run) duathlon Sunday, he said he’d won “because nobody’s here.”

Oct 17, 2019

25 Years Ago in Bonac Sports

Despite the East Hampton High School field hockey team boasted the highest-scoring duo in Bonac history, they were swept by Rocky Point in a first-round county playoff game in 1994.

Oct 17, 2019