Police

Grappling with how to balance increased need for emergency medical services with the costs, the Springs Board of Fire Commissioners is seriously considering a paid program to supplement its volunteer ambulance crew.
An inspector’s sworn statement alleged that the house at 14 Hoover Court was rented by a group of eight people for several days around Aug. 11; the town code allows the rental or use of a property by no more than four unrelated people.
A young couple who bought a house on Queens Lane in East Hampton wound up losing hard-earned money and being evicted in February when the Suffolk County sheriff’s office showed up at the door. “I was seven months pregnant. There was two...
A man who was a resident of Phoenix House, the drug treatment center on Industrial Road in East Hampton, was arrested after allegedly breaking into the East Hampton Town police car impound yard.
“The old man of the sea,” as Daniel G. Rodgers, a lawyer and advocate for East End commercial fishermen, called Stuart Vorpahl, has finally gotten paid for his pound of fish, 17 years after the fact.
Two men escaped injury by leaping overboard just before their boat was struck by another vessel off Montauk Point last Thursday night.
A local tennis pro was arrested on a misdemeanor drunken driving charge Tuesday morning for the fourth time in the past three years. Two of the prior cases are pending in Sag Harbor Village Justice Court.
Amagansett Andrew Sabin of Bluff Road called police last Thursday to complain that he had received an anonymous letter with a copy of an article about him that appeared in The New York Post on Aug. 30, featuring the anti-Hillary Clinton signs that...
Nicholas Louvel, whose film will be featured in the Hamptons International Film Festival next month, was killed when his car hit a tree and rolled over on Route 114 on Thursday just after 1 a.m.