Elvin Silva-Ruiz, accused of arranging for the shipment of cocaine and oxycodone from Puerto Rico to Montauk, was arrested last August at Kennedy Airport, where he was getting ready to board a flight to Puerto Rico to pay for more drugs.
It’s been nine years since Haiti’s 7.0-magnitude earthquake killed almost 250,000 people, and the beginning of Jonathan Glynn’s efforts in that country. On June 22, his group, Wings Over Haiti, will host its third annual benefit, fittingly held in three private hangars at East Hampton Airport.
History will come alive tomorrow at 5 p.m. at the Amagansett Life-Saving and Coast Guard Station Museum with the annual observance of the June 1942 landing of Nazi saboteurs near Atlantic Avenue Beach.
Four candidates are vying for two seats on the Sag Harbor Village Board Tuesday. Aidan Corish, an incumbent, is seeking a second term, while Robert Plumb, Jennifer Ponzini, and Silas Marder would be newcomers to the board.