Police officers, firefighters, and emergency medical technicians gathered on Friday evening in East Hampton for the 9/11 ceremony to reflect on the events 14 years ago. Christine Sampson photos
Firefighters flew an American flag at the memorial at the Hook Mill.
The East Hampton Town Chiefs Association organized the ceremony in memory of those who lost their lives on Sept. 11, 2001.

Defendants waited to be taken into East Hampton Town Justice Court on Saturday, where the docket was full of Labor Day weekend arrests on a variety of charges, including driving while intoxicated. T.E. McMorrow

Newly promoted, Sag Harbor Village Police Sgt. Robert F. Drake celebrated with his family and friends, including his wife, Kristen, and their sons, from left, Will, Nolan, and Finn, on Tuesday. Taylor K. Vecsey

Three vehicles were involved in an accident Tuesday afternoon on Springs-Fireplace Road in East Hampton. Hamptons Pix photos

Sean P. Ludwick, right, who is accused of driving drunk in a crash that killed his passenger, left Southampton Town Justice Court with his attorney Daniel J. Ollen on Friday after a schedule appearance before the judge.

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