Kyle Rosko, his left arm in a sling, left East Hampton Town Justice Court with his attorney, Colin Astarita, after posting $2,500 bail.
Full restoration had been promised, town says
Local officials expected the sandbags, which are covered with three feet of sand, would be removed and the beach fully restored.
Police allege drunken driving in dramatic Saturday night crash on the greens
Train evacuation caused delays, road closures
While East Hampton Village police stood guard at the East Hampton train station Sunday morning, Shelwyn Hendy, a Long Island Rail Road conductor talked to Teddy Montalvo, a passenger evacuated from the train after the Metropolitan Transportation Authority received a bomb threat.
Superintendent, criticized for salary, cites personal reasons for his early exit
John J. Finello
Ping Edmunds, left, and Aveen Hallissey started the Soap for Hope project to help efforts to improve hygiene for children in developing nations.
A makeover for Tiina the Store and the Amagansett property it sits on were a topic of discussion at a recent East Hampton Town Planning Board meeting.