Catch up on the week's news:
Benjamin Rechler, 19, crossed into Gregg Saunders' lane while adjusting surfboard, police say.
A day after a man fell off a jet ski, police combed the water on Monday.
Other driver remains hospitalized one week and a half after the accident.
Back to School
Chris Merkert was selected as 1 of 50 educators nationwide to attend a conference to learn more about technologies available for the classroom.
Maxfield Panish is headed to the Manhattan School of Music, but is $18,000 short for this year's tuition. Find out how you can help.
In the business for 15 years, Landey has some big name clients. Find out more about what she does.
Just can't tear your feet out of the sand at Main Beach for lunch? No problem.
Metro Restaurant Marketing, launched by WordHampton founder Steve Haweeli, will focus on restaurants in the metro-NYC market.
Music, fashion festival drew small crowd and was well-under control this weekend.
Crime & Courts
David A. Fink and Simon V. Kinsella pleaded not guilty to charges they resisted arrest and disobeyed police orders outside fundraiser at Ronald Perelman's estate.
Same person or persons could be responsible for weekend thefts.
Congressman says entitlement for millionaires is something his opponent, Randy Altschuler, also backs.
Life-long runner had competed in 30 marathons.
County legislator and Deputy Supervisor Theresa Quigley both thinking about running for town supervisor in 2013.
Amagansett resident and real estate developer inked deal last week.
According to one Stony Brook University scientist, algal bloom made its second earliest appearance since red tide first started showing up in Long Island waters.
Readers tell us parts of Newtown Lane flooded in the storm.