Brothers-in-law indicted in Ponzi scheme
Adam Manson was already in deep financial trouble when this photo was taken in 2008.
Federal prosecutors plan to seize the Panoramic View in Montauk if its owners are found guilty of charges stemming from an alleged $96 million Ponzi scheme. T.E. McMorrow
Proposed amendments to village beach permits
Fire marshal warns that state code has requirements for outdoor spaces
Cyril’s Fish House on Napeague is one of several restaurants and bars that attract large outdoor crowds. A new East Hampton Town initiative could force owners to provide additional bathrooms.
Stanzione asks for more time on disputed listing
As Cantwell retires after 32 years, his replacement, Molinaro, is sworn in
Becky Molinaro was sworn in as administrator of the Village of East Hampton by Mayor Paul F. Rickenbach Jr. on Monday at Village Hall. Witnessing the swearing in were Barbara Borsack and Bruce Siska of the village board and Pam Bennett, deputy clerk.
Quamine T. Taylor was found outside music mogul's house in East Hampton Friday
Quamine Taylor in a photograph released by police after an earlier arrest, allegedly returned to near Sean Comb's East Hampton house despite an order of protection barring him from the area.
Southampton Hospital partied in a big white "tent" while the stars came out for La Palestra
Howard and Beth Ostrosky Stern arrived at La Palestra's benefit at East Hampton Studios on Saturday night.
Morgan McGivern, photos
Carolyn Benitez, a former model and now owner of the Coffee Shop in New York City sat next to Terry Quinn at Kelly Klein's table at La Palestra.
Bebe Winans was one of the performers at the event.
Mr. Winans was joined by the party hosts Deborah and Pat Manocchia to his left and Michael McGlone to his right.
Adam Duritz, right, also performed at the event.
Michael Williams, right, was in charge of the fish fry held by the Eastville Community Historical Society in Sag Harbor. Vernia Williams, Linda Williams, and Robert Williams acted as sous chefs.
Cathy Jones and Miss Knockout looked fabulous at the check-in table of the Southampton Hospital benefit on Saturday night at the Elks Club.
Jean Shafiroff, a chairwoman of the Southampton Hospital event choose Tiffany blue for her gown and was flanked by a bevy of royal blue check-in attendants.
Mark Anthoney and B Michael enjoyed the tent on the Elks Grounds, home to the Art Southampton fair just a week before the gala.
Kathy and Rick Hilton also made an appearance on Saturday night.
The annual rite of summer attracted throngs of artists and collectors to Guild Hall on Saturday
Art found its way into the hearts of all ages.
Durell Godfrey, photos
The gun goes off.
Acres of art.
Art en plein air.
The interior galleries were filled to the rafters.
An aspiring Murakami?
That's the one.
How do you keep them down on the farm?
Who doesn't love a landscape?
Attendees weren't just window shopping.
Michael Davis, a Sagaponack builder, is in favor of floor area ratio codes.