Investigator to list cause as undetermined
Smoke billowed from several Main Street buildings, including the Sag Harbor Cinema on Dec. 16. Michael Heller

After years of hope, punishing shift work replaced with healthier set hours
East Hampton Town Police Officer Anthony Bosco helped negotiate a major change in the force’s scheduling and deployment practices, which took effect the morning of New Year’s Day. T.E. McMorrow

About 150 firefighters from 16 departments across the East End fought the fire on Main Street in Sag Harbor on Dec. 16. Michael Heller photos
Sag Harbor firemen pour water on the buildings involved in the pre-Christmas blaze.
East Hampton Fire Department's Gerard Turza, left, and Jamalia Hayes, right, who serve as the first and second assistant chiefs respectively, were among the firefighters who responded to Sag Harbor's fire.

Joseph G. Worysz, left, and Maximillian H. Bonilla, right, were arrested Monday. Riverhead Town police