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East Hampton Village
     Bitter cold last week and much warmer temperatures Saturday appear to have caused a pipe in the garden sprinkler system of a Buell Lane house to burst. Police called the...

    The constant onslaught of winter’s worst weather has kept the roads and arrest logs of local police comparatively clear in recent weeks. Only two alleged driving while intoxicated incidents led to arrests in the area last...

    East End motorists once again found themselves slip-sliding away this week.

    A two-car collision on Monday, on Route 114 near Deer Haven Court in East Hampton, demolished one vehicle, severely...

    On Friday, on the beach at the bottom of a bluff opposite Lenhart’s Cottages in Montauk, East Hampton Town police found the body of a man who had apparently shot himself to death.

    Police...

    On the same day that Jacques Guillois was lauded at a Kiwanis Club dinner for his work as an East Hampton Town police detective over the past year, the suspect in his most prominent investigation, Jason Lee, a managing director...

Ice, snow, and bitter cold was a sobering cocktail for drivers last week. Just one drunken-driving arrest on local roads was reported from Jan. 19 until Tuesday afternoon.

According to Sag Harbor Village police, a local resident, Adam R....

       An East Hampton man is facing two felony charges of criminal contempt, stemming from a domestic violence incident Monday night in which he was said to have thrown a glass candleholder at his wife, hitting her...

William C. Hurley of Sag Harbor pleaded guilty Tuesday to all charges stemming from an accident on Route 114 in East Hampton last July that left a 6-year-old with a fractured skull and sent the boy’s mother to the hospital as well.

       The drunken-driving arrest on Tuesday morning of a Springs cab driver in an alleged hit-and-run incident led to an unusual late-afternoon arraignment during the snowstorm that began not long after.