John X. Tracy, who police said robbed a Springs liquor store on Saturday, claiming he had a gun.
An East Hampton Town police spokesman said that tips regarding a man caught in a surveillance image moments before he allegedly robbed the Springs Wines and Liquor store of $1,500 in cash helped lead to his arrest on Monday.E.H.T.P.D.
A 24-acre site in Amgansett may be rezoned in a last-ditch attempt by the Wilkinson administration to allow for a large, high-end development.
Parents support board’s vote on school checks
Proposed legislation to delay increases would not affect second-home owners
The owners of waterfront properties like these along Soundview Drive and Captain Kidd’s Path in Montauk are seeing sharp increases in the cost of their federal flood insurance premiums.
David E. Rattray
After meeting with members of Save Sag Harbor, Cape Advisors agreed to various changes, including replacing fiber-cement siding on the development’s new town houses with cedar shingles.
Durell Godfrey Photos
Pluses are many, report finds, but noise control advocates cry foul
Eugene DePasquale, a Democrat re-elected as town assessor on Tuesday, with Amanda Senior, at right, and his daughter, Sophia DePasquale, left
As Chris Kelley, the Democratic Party’s campaign chairman, shared some numbers from the polls, Job Potter, right, congratulated his running mate Kathee Burke-Gonzalez on her victorious run for East Hampton Town Board. Morgan McGivern
Town Clerk Fred Overton, left, who won a sole Republican seat on the town board, was congratulated by Carl Irace, who lost his bid for town justice, at Indian Wells Tavern on Tuesday.
Stephen J. Kotz
The Cedar Point Lighthouse from an undated glass-plate negative in The East Hampton Star's archive
Victory for Fred Overton and Kathee Burke-Gonzalez
Larry Cantwell, center, will become East Hampton Town supervisor in January, Kathee Burke-Gonzalez will join the town board, and Steven Tekulsky will take the bench as a town justice.