In a stirring conclusion of a celebration at Calvary Baptist Church in East Hampton marking the birthday of the Rev. Dr. Martin King Jr. on Monday, those in the sanctuary stood hand in hand in a circle to sing “We Shall Overcome.”
Krishna L. Parihar, a Brooklyn man accused on Labor Day of posing as a police officer, has been indicted by a grand jury and arraigned in county court, Riverside, on charges of impersonation, criminal possession of a loaded handgun, and illegal possession of a speed-loading clip.
Candace Bushnell was treated at Southampton Hospital after wading into icy Sagg Pond to rescue her dog.
With the inauguration of Donald Trump just eight days away, the president-elect is poised to assume office as the most unpopular chief executive of modern times.
To try to contain the spread of the disease, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation plans to issue an emergency order creating a “protective zone” encompassing the entire county.
Board could ask voters to approve a geothermal heating and cooling system
Springs man charged in Mini-Cooper mayhem. At least one police vehicle appears to have been damaged in the pursuit, according to the incident log.

Arts

Mark Segal
The sculptor Paul Pavia grew up surrounded by art. His father, Philip Pavia, was a sculptor, and his mother, Natalie Edgar, is a painter. Starting in 1986 when he was 15 years old, their son spent 12 summers in Pietrasanta, Italy, a Tuscan town that has drawn artists for centuries to its marble studios and foundries. He learned figurative sculpture and helped his father, who taught carving there.

Habitat

Maria Matthiessen of Sag Harbor found herself in a pickle that will probably be familiar to many grandparents: She had not planned to adopt pets, but her granddaughter, Ava, finagled her into it. Two cats, to be precise, from the Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons. And that is when the trouble started.