'You don't play with guns,' said the mother of a 20-year-old man who was shot in East Hampton last Thursday.
Frank A. Hanna was led out of East Hampton Town Justice Court on Thursday.
Carrie Ann Salvi
Gathering at green following somber parade
Retired Navy Capt. William T. Brown delivered the keynote address at the Hook Mill green following the parade.
Woman arrested after driving shot friend to hospital
A peek behind all that scaffolding as library director lays plans for future
The John Jermain Memorial Library in Sag Harbor, built in 1910, has been wrapped up tight for a long-delayed restoration.
Carrie Ann Salvi
Salt spray from storm hampers the London planes
The salty winds of Tropical Storm Irene combined with a dry early spring may spell doom for many London plane trees.
Effort to overturn inspector will send Wombles to court; addition nixed
The village will be testing a solar-powered trash compactor
The BigBelly solar-powered trash compactor will be making a cameo appearance on Newtown Lane this summer.
East Hampton pays tribute to fallen soldiers
Navy Captain William T. Brown recalled many soldiers lost in battle, including Marine Lance Cpl. Jordan Haerter of Sag Harbor and Army First Lt. Joseph Theinert of Shelter Island
A man was wounded by a gunshot Thursday evening at this Springs-Fireplace Road, East Hampton, house, which remained cordoned off and guarded by uniformed police officers on Friday.
David E. Rattray
‘Thousands’ of summonses called into question
Tom Ferreira, outside his house on Navy Road in July of 2010, says the town illegally removed vehicles from his property, added the $19,700 hauling cost to his taxes, then placed a lien on his property when he couldn’t pay.