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Joseph Markowski, an East Hampton Town police officer for 20 1/2 years and the department's property officer since 2008, retired on Friday.
Henry O. Sjoman, 24, and John R. Veitch, 31, are listed in critical, but stable, conditions at Stony Brook University Hospital after they suffered serious injuries, East Hampton Town police said Monday.
A driver who struck and killed a Scottish golf caddy bicycling home from his first day of work in Southampton in May pleaded guilty on Friday to two felony charges and will be sentenced on Feb. 3.
East Hampton Town announced Thursday that it had won a $250,000 grant from New York State to develop a coastal assessment and resiliency plan.
Residents of the Springs School District got a first look this week at a possible $12 million to $15 million expansion that would include 16 additional classrooms and a gym.
The Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency is no longer asking local jurisdictions to detain undocumented prisoners for up to 48 hours after their scheduled release, according to an announcement last week from State Attorney General Eric T....
New houses located in flood zones must comply with Federal Emergency Management Administration regulations, which require that they be built higher, depending on the risk of flooding.
The East Hampton Town Board is considering a proposal to rein in new bars and restaurants at hotels and resorts and ensure that the establishments have adequate onsite parking to accommodate the additional business that these extra amenities might bring.
Right of first refusal at issue as Amagansett preservation fund buy is delayed.