Edward L. Orr was arraigned in East Hampton Town Justice Court on charges stemming from the apparent hit-and-run death of John Judge as he crossed Main Street in Amagansett on Oct. 23.
Village to station officers; security will be studied
7-Eleven worker was hit by car, badly injured
A new donation jar has been placed at the Sag Harbor 7-Eleven to replace one that was stolen on Saturday.
Carrie Ann Salvi
Case law contradicts town code, lawyer tells zoning panel
Tom Preiato, East Hampton Town’s top building inspector, explained his interpretation of the town’s complex building code on Tuesday.
Jay, Cantwell, Cohen, and Van Scoyoc in the mix
Ice carving, fireworks, and a frigid water plunge
F.A.A.’s okay will be more likely if problems are well defined and targeted
A six-month pilot project in the territory of Nunavut
Basketball will have to wait, though Mark Crandall, at left, and Hoops 4 Hope’s volunteer Canadian director, Rick Gill, at right, are using indoor soccer as the means by which to reach Inuit children with their life skills curriculum in the arctic region.
Village’s Galeano and town’s Giles are lauded for work on sex abuse cases
East Hampton Village Police Officer Mario Galeano, above, was honored by the Kiwanis on Friday, along with East Hampton Town Detective Tina Giles and David Driscoll of Sag Harbor.