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The indictment was unsealed Monday in the Central Islip courtroom of New York State Supreme Court Justice Fernando Camacho.
Between Main Street and Newtown Lane, more than a dozen businesses had empty storefronts. Such shuttered businesses, when strung together and nestled side-by side, echoed an eerie quiet during an otherwise festive and frenzied time of the year.
As work continues on the Army Corps of Engineers’ seawall along the downtown Montauk shore, the beach has been transformed as large sand-filled geotextile bags are piled up to make what is meant to become a 15-foot-tall, 3,100-foot-long impediment to ocean flooding during storms.
A Sag Harbor man celebrating his 19th birthday in East Hampton Monday night is out on bail this week on multiple drug possession charges, including two felonies involving cocaine.
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation has invited public comment on a draft environmental assessment called White-tailed Deer Damage Management in New York.
Last night at this time it was 33.3 degrees, but never dipped further. That’s the coldest it’s been here in Noyac on the north edge of the moraine since last March. What’s happening?
Thomas Gilbert Jr. of New York and Wainscott, who is accused of murdering his father in Manhattan in January, is mentally competent to stand trial, New York State Supreme Court Justice Melissa C. Jackson ruled Monday.
Two people were taken to Southampton Hospital for minor injuries after their Lexus was hit head-on by a Whitmore's Landscaping truck on the west end of East Hampton Village on Friday.
Sean P. Ludwick, who is accused of being drunk when he crashed his Porsche in Noyac on Aug. 30, killing his passenger, Paul Hansen, was indicted by a grand jury on Wednesday on 13 criminal charges, including vehicular homicide, manslaughter, and drunken driving in a fatal accident.
One grassroots effort for refugees has local volunteers ready to do more.
The Panoramic View Resort in Montauk has been sold by the federal government to the management firm that owns Gurney’s Resort and Spa next door.
About nine months after a fire destroyed the historic West End Road house owned by Peter Morton, the East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals considered a plan to recreate it.
Most local school districts have been finding substitute teachers in short supply, administrators said this week, with geography and overlapping needs among the districts seen as principal factors.