A Manhattan man said that $8,400 was stolen from his backpack at the Y.M.C.A. East Hampton RECenter on Friday even­ing.
Local police officers were among Suffolk County officers honored on Tuesday for leading their departments in drunken-driving arrests last year.
East Hampton Village police stopped a man for talking on his cellphone while driving on Monday afternoon and soon discovered he was wanted in Brazil on drug trafficking charges.
A pedestrian was flown to Stony Brook University Hospital with a head injury Saturday night after being hit by a vehicle in Bridgehampton, Southampton Town police said Sunday.
The cherry red 1968 Ford Mustang, driven by the owner, a friend of Truman Capote's, crashed into the Henry Lehr store on Sag Harbor's Main Street Thursday evening.
Whitney L. Posey, 28, was arrested on Friday outside the CVS in East Hampton Village and charged with felony possession of stolen property, two credit cards, which she had reportedly tried to use inside the store.
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It was a quiet week on local roads, with police making just one arrest on drunken-driving charges.
The East Hampton Fire Department quickly brought a fire at Stop and Shop in the village under control Wednesday afternoon.
A vehicle crashed into the woods off Accabonac Road, near the East Hampton Golf Club greens, leaving an occupant trapped inside on Tuesday afternoon.
Those interested in learning about volunteer fire or emergency medical service are being invited to two meetings in the coming weeks.
Firefighter doing well after airlift; wheelchair-bound woman flees burning house.
Eddie Downes was named member of the year — never an easy choice, Stacy McGowin, the president of the corps, said. Mr. Downes put his 27 years of experience as an emergency medical technician to good use on several difficult calls this year.