Search Called Off for Final Victim in Fatal Crash

East Hampton Town Police Chief Michael Sarlo announced Wednesday afternoon that the search has been called off for the last remaining victim to be recovered from a fatal plane crash off Indian Wells Beach in Amagansett last weekend.  

Stein Honored at Final Sag Harbor Village Board Meeting

One week before an uncontested election for two seats on the Sag Harbor Village Board, the board honored retiring Trustee Robby Stein with a proclamation at its meeting on Tuesday, June 12.

Bubka Looks Back at a Career that Began in Sag Harbor

It all began with bike rides from Bob Bubka's family home on Jermain Avenue to the sand greens at the Sag Harbor Golf Club, where he developed his love for the game of golf at an early age.

Sag Harbor Cinema Groundbreaking Scheduled for Saturday

The Sag Harbor Cinema’s sequel will be set in stone this Saturday, June 16, at 2 p.m., with a groundbreaking ceremony for the new Sag Harbor Cinema Arts Center on Main Street in Sag Harbor.

April Gornik and Eric Fischl To Buy Former Sag Harbor Methodist Church

When artist Eric Fischl walked into the former Sag Harbor United Methodist Church building on Madison Street earlier this year, he was captivated.

Krupinskis Are Remembered for their Generous Spirit

For many non-profits, educational organizations and residents on the South Fork this is a familiar tale: there was a need, and Ben and Bonnie Krupinski stepped in, often quietly and behind the scenes, to ensure that need was met.

New East Hampton Task Force To Focus on Gateway Drugs

The Adolescent Mental Health and Substance Use Task Force was formed in January.

Amagansett Plane Crash Claims Four Lives

East Hampton Town Police continued to search this week for two of the victims of a plane crash on Saturday afternoon in the ocean off Indian Wells Beach in Amagansett that claimed the lives of four

Remembering Joe Pintauro, a Beloved Sag Harbor Playwright

In the late evening hours of Tuesday, May 29, Joe Pintauro died at his home in Sag Harbor, with Greg Therriault — his partner of nearly 40 years — by his side.

“Fellow Travelers” Artfully Explores Nuances of the Blacklist

We may be well into the 21st century, but the era of the 1950s blacklist is alive and frightfully well in “Fellow Travelers,” Jack Canfora’s gripping new play now enjoying its world premiere at Bay Street Theater.

Whalers’ Dream Ride Comes to a Disappointing End

For a team that won 21 games this season on strong pitching and aggressive base running, both proved to be their undoing at St. Joseph’s College in Patchogue, where a 4-2 Pierson lead evaporated in the seventh and final inning.

Residents Decry Impound Yard in Long Pond Greenbelt

Conservationists, environmentalists and even New York State Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele Jr. joined a rallying call for the preservation of a 24-acre site on the Sag Harbor-Bridgehampton Turnpike during a planning board hearing on May 24.

Democratic Congressional Hopefuls Speak Out in Advance of Primary

The five candidates running in the June 26 Democratic primary for the chance to take on two-term Republican Lee Zelden in November attended a forum sponsored by the League of Women Voters of the Hamptons on May 24 at Hampton Bays High School.

Sag Harbor Village Pays Tribute to the Fallen

Sag Harbor residents, weekend visitors, elected officials and members of local organizations ranging from Cub Scouts to volunteer firefighters gathered on Monday morning in Sag Harbor's Marine Park beneath overcast skies and an American flag flown at half-mast

Schneiderman Announces Campaign for Suffolk Comptroller

Southampton Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman announced Tuesday morning he will seek the office of Suffolk County Comptroller.

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With Frost/Nixon, Politics — and Television — Make Strange Bedfellows

The exchange was recorded during a series of 1977 interviews between Frost and Nixon and they are the subject of “Frost/Nixon,” the second production of the mainstage season at Bay Street Theater.

Grammar Brings His Good Parts to Westhampton Beach

For every album Andy Grammer writes, there are 100 songs that came before it — at least. In the case of his third studio release, “The Good Parts,” it was 115.

Quinn Comes To Bay Street as One of a Kind

The stand-up comedian — most notably known for his tenure on “Saturday Night Live” — will bring his newest show, “One in Every Crowd,” to Bay Street Theater on Saturday, June 23.