Labor Day has come and gone, the first day of school has passed and now a new week is about to begin. First, catch up on what you missed while you were getting back in the swing of things.
Caller left message on airport complaint hotline threatening to point laser at pilots and shoot down helicopters.
New nonprofit housed at Stony Brook Southampton to focus on environmental issues facing the East End.
Police & Fire
Two firefighters also suffered minor injuries on Wednesday night.
In Montauk, several arrests made for assault.
Matthew McGuire was arrested twice last week — the most recent time he suffered a head injury after an accident on Stephen Hands Path.
A mechanic by trade, he used his experience at painting cars to make intricate works of art.
Two students will be staying in Wainscott School District after a ruling at a Tuesday hearing.
Child Development Center of the Hamptons appoints Patricia A. Loewe as education leader.
: Under several administrative shifts in East Hampton schools this year, classes start this week.
Primary election to decide who will face New York State Sen. Kenneth P. LaValle is Sept. 13.
Wreath ceremony starts at 6 p.m.
Special tour retracing the story of an East Hampton witch will be held Nov. 2
Rosh Hashanah begins on Sept. 16 and Yom Kippur services start on Sept. 25.
Chilean immigrant says he was sent to Montauk Skate Park to work during previous administrations that held back promotions and harassed him.
Sept. 14 in Bridgehampton, congressman will discuss what president's policy means for young undocumented immigrants.
The first Sunday after Labor Day has been dedicated to grandma and grandpa since 1978.
Filmmakers say documentary will address Doris Quigley's swimming accident last month.
Concrete poured, steel ordered — all on schedule.