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After sustaining life-threatening injuries in a motorcycle crash Friday night, Sgt. Danny Roman was listed in fair on condition Monday evening at Stony Brook University Hospital.
Federal judge wants more time to consider the raminifcations of East Hampton’s new restrictions on helicopters and other noisy aircraft.
Riding west on a 2005 Suzuki motorcycle, Sgt. Daniel Roman collided head-on with an eastbound 2012 Honda Accord driven by Stephen Lawton Weber Jr. of Baltimore.
A look at East Hampton students' trip to Plum Island, the federal government-owned facility.
A fifth-grade social studies class from John M. Marshall Elementary School were invited to take a trip to Plum Island after their message in a bottle happened to wash up there in March.
The East Hampton Town Board set penalties for violating new laws restricting the use of East Hampton Town Airport last Thursday night despite challengers’ request for a temporary restraining order.
Tom Knobel, the chairman of the East Hampton Town Republican Committee and a former member of the town board and town trustees, intends to challenge the incumbent, Larry Cantwell.
John Darren Re of East Hampton, accused of passing off over 60 worthless paintings to wealthy buyers as made by Jackson Pollock, was sentenced to five years in federal prison.
A 75-year-old customer remains in critical condition after he was crushed by falling sheets of wallboard at Riverhead Building Supply in East Hampton on Friday.
The 150-foot communications antenna erected behind the Springs Firehouse drew a crowd to the firehouse for a meeting of the Springs Fire District Board of Commissioners.
A small amount of pool chemical spilled out onto the road after a pool company's pickup truck and a car collided on Main Street in East Hampton Village on Wednesday just before 8:30 a.m.
After working without a contract for nearly two school years, teachers in Bridgehampton have a new contract following a 5-0 vote by the school board on May 6.
The East Hampton Village Board's tentative 2015-16 budget, unveiled last Thursday, includes money to extend its paid emergency medical services program so that a first responder can be on staff around the clock seven days a week.