With the presentation of a plaque at a party on Aug. 22, the Montauk Lighthouse officially became a National Historic Landmark. At the event were, from left, Eleanor Ehrhardt of the Lighthouse committee, Robie S. Lange, historian of the National Parks Service, Robert J. Hefner, a historic preservation consultant who worked with Ms. Ehrhardt to receive the recognition, and Scott Martella of Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s office. Janis Hewitt

George Richardson, 50, has been missing since early Tuesday.

Ethics queries over Bishop campaign donations
Randy Altschuler
Randy Altschuler

From deficits to surpluses; C.P.F money restored

Work on the restoration of the 1902 building began last week. Durell Godfrey

East Hampton Airport could be the next town asset to be privatized

Residents of the Three Mile Harbor Trailer Park hope that a new septic system will bring relief from sewage spills and backups. Morgan McGivern

Luis CdeBaca, the ambassador to the Department of State’s office to monitor and combat human trafficking, spoke to guests at a cocktail party in Bridgehampton recently, warning that slavery could exist close to home. Carrie Ann Salvi

Satiric surf film pokes fun at newcomers to the sport of kings
A frame from the new film "Kook Paradise" by Danny DiMauro and Tin Ojeda