A Montauk man needed 10 stitches to close a wound on his forehead after a man from Kingston, N.Y., alledgedly hit him with a beer bottle on Nov. 15 during a midnight altercation at Liar’s Saloon in Montauk.
The case of Jefferson Davis Eames versus the East Hampton Town Police Department took another turn on Nov. 15, when the Springs man, who is suing the department for violating his civil rights, was arrested on a charge of driving while high on drugs.
A driver who was talking on his cellphone Saturday night and wound up on the sidewalk on Newtown Lane has been charged with felony driving while intoxicated.
East Hampton Village A homeless man called police to Starbucks on Friday evening. He told officers his girlfriend had vanished after leaving the store. While police were talking with the man, the woman reappeared. She told police she was fine, and...
PSEG-LI, the utility company, has issued an alert to customers regarding a recent rash of phone scams.
Members of the East Hampton Village Police Department, emergency medical technicians, and an employee of the Maidstone Club were recognized by the village board on Friday for their role in saving a life.
A woman accused of driving under the influence of oxycodone when she hit an East Hampton couple standing on the side of Sunrise Highway in August was arraigned Monday on elevated charges of vehicular assault.  Ulyana Yaremko, 20, of Hampton...
The family of an East Hampton man who was badly hurt Sunday morning in a car accident on Route 114 has asked for help from the community to meet his hospital bills, which are expected to be substantial.
A man walking on the shoulder in front of Cafe Max, on Montauk Highway west of East Hampton, was killed on Nov. 9 after being struck by a Jeep.
Among motorists charged with driving while intoxicated last week, the highest blood-alcohol level reported by East Hampton Town police was that of Jill P. Klein, 52, of Bayside, Queens.
Two East Hampton High School students were arrested last Thursday on felony charges involving the theft of dirt bikes. For one of them, it was the second such arrest in the span of a single week.
Two men arrested recently by East Hampton Town police on felony charges have been indicted by grand juries, and could face significant jail time if convicted.