Mark Poitras received awards from the Southampton Town EMS Advisory Committee’s dinner at the Coast Grill Friday night.
An electric heat gun fell onto a bed on Friday afternoon, igniting a fire in a house in Springs where construction was underway, an East Hampton Town fire marshal said this week.
The disappearance of a masonry saw from the roadside on Church Street in East Hampton Village on May 7 led to the arrest of Jan R. Gutierrez of Springs on a charge of grand larceny.
Police say the Riverhead man was dragging the young woman, whose name was not released, out of an Amagansett house and toward his 2002 Volvo when he was confronted by Justin Napolillo, who had come to her defense carrying a 12-gauge shotgun.
On the evening of April 20, according to East Hampton Town police, Raymond K. Berry, 29, took a car belonging to Alison Miller from a driveway at 3 Ninth Street in Springs and drove it through a Gardiner Avenue yard and around a swimming pool before...
A village resident came to police headquarters on Cedar Street in late afternoon on May 1, reporting that large amounts of “crackers and Cheerios on the ground” had been dumped at the Nature Trail on David’s Lane. The amount was “much more than the...
ag Harbor Village police are investigating the theft last week of two teak memorial lawn benches from the property of the Cormaria Retreat House on Bay Street. The retreat is run by nuns from the order of the Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary.
The town recently reached a $120,000 settlement with Lt. Susan Ralph, who said she was passed over for promotions given to male officers and experienced retaliation after complaining to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. The town has...
East Hampton Town and Sag Harbor Village police made five arrests on drunken driving charges in recent days. Those charged were first-time offenders and the charges were at the misdemeanor level. East Hampton Village police also reported an April 30...
Just after 3 a.m., an East Hampton Town police officer on patrol noticed a 2011 Nissan Juke with Alabama license plates parked in the Kirk Park lot, where overnight parking is prohibited.
The East Hampton Fire Department held its annual inspection dinner at the Maidstone Club on Saturday night, with a number of members getting recognized for their years of service
A broker with Sotheby’s was given a summons on Friday for having real estate signs too big under the village code in front of a listing on Further Lane.
Police are asking for the public's help in identifying and locating the man who stole two televisions from a Water Mill residence last month.