Week in Review: Full Sandy Coverage; Search Continues for Hit-and-Run Driver

Also: Wainscott house burns down Thursday morning.

While Sandy certainly dominated the headlines on Long Island throughout the week, there was actually some non-Hurricane related news. Here's what you might have missed (Scroll further down for our complete Sandy coverage):


: Vernon Lester's family says they hope the driver who struck and killed a pedestrian last week in Amagansett is caught.

Cops: Man Broke Into Impound Yard: East Hampton man reportedly was attempting to get his wheel spacers back.

: Middletown police say a 24-year-old East Hampton man asked a stranger for marijuana, gave him the $20, and when the man took off, decided to report the incident as robbery.


Suffolk Elections Board: The Vote Will Go On: Officials working with LIPA to make sure polling places have power, will hook up generators at ones that don't.


Wainscott Home Gutted in Early Morning Fire: Bridgehampton and East Hampton fire departments responded to a fire at the home of Bridgehampton Fire District treasurer and secretary; no serious injuries reported.


  • Legion Opens for Those Who Need a Warm Place to Sleep
  • Coming Together To Help Sandy Victims
  • Thiele: Conserve Gas Through Weekend
  • 'Mobile Village' in East Hampton Set Up for LIPA Workers
  • Montauk School Sustained Damage During Storm
  • What's Open
  • Saturday Service Planned for Woman Who Died During Storm
  • Gas Hunt in the Hamptons Tweeted
  • UPDATE: Long Lines at the Pump
  • Red Cross Shelter Closes; School Still Open for Hot Showers
  • Breakfast Fundraiser Sunday Will Raise Money for Mansir Family
  • PHOTOS: Sandy Topples Lauder Cottage
  • PHOTOS: Sandy Couldn't Cancel Halloween in East Hampton
  • Aerial Photos: Sandy Wreaks Havoc on Hamptons Shoreline
  • Schools Close for the Rest of the Week
  • Aerial Photos: Sag Harbor Post-Sandy
  • Cops: Use Extreme Caution When Trick-or-Treating
  • UPDATE: Police Say Woman Fell Victim to Hurricane
  • What's Open on Wednesday?
  • Where's the Worst Damage in Town?
  • School Districts Cancel Wednesday Classes
  • Dead Body Washes Up on Georgica
  • UPDATE: Most of East Hampton Town Without Power
  • Businesses Stayed Opened as Long as Possible
  • Tuesday's Bishop - Altschuler Debate Canceled Due to Hurricane Sandy
  • VIDEO: Old Fireplace Under Siege
  • PHOTOS: Sag Harbor Experiencing Serious Flooding Already
  • School Districts Cancel Tuesday Classes
  • Expect Reduced Service on Shelter Island Ferries During High Tide
  • Sag Harbor Village in State of Emergency; Shelter Opens
  • Supe: Beaches Already Taking a Beating
  • SHARE YOUR PHOTOS: Sandy Arrives in East Hampton
  • East Hampton Readies for Sandy
  • What's Closed? Here's a List
  • School Districts Cancel Monday Classes
  • SHARE YOUR PHOTOS: East Hampton Is Sandy-Ready
  • No Shelter Information Available Just Yet
  • Bonac Tips: How To Prepare for Sandy
  • Storm Watch: Important Numbers to Have
  • East Hampton Officials Prepare for Sandy


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