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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.
Democratic East Hampton Town Supervisor Larry Cantwell announced on Friday that he would not seek a third term in the November election.
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.
A man allegedly driving drunk crashed his 2002 Chevrolet into a pole on Town Lane in Amagansett on Jan. 4.
Elementary school students should continue to develop strong mathematics skills despite computers’ superior ability to calculate, the Amagansett School District’s superintendent told the school board on Tuesday.
Gina Bradley, the owner of Paddle Diva, is taking on the East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals, challenging the board’s ruling that its paddle-boarding classes, held at the Shagwong Marina in East Hampton, as well as its rental and sale of boards, are illegal under the town code.
Chief Gerard Larsen of the East Hampton Village Police Department, who announced his retirement last month, was honored for his long service to the village at the board’s work session last Thursday.
The winds of change blew stronger on Tuesday when Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced the goal of 2,400 megawatts of offshore wind power to be harvested annually by 2030.
Looking to tap into the energy and insights of local teenagers while also giving them a chance to become more deeply involved in the arts, Guild Hall is establishing a Teen Arts Council whose young members will be paid to develop fresh programming for their peers this spring.
As the snow continues to fall on the South Fork, officials are telling residents to stay home.