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9/9/15 Sunrise Highway Closed Westbound between Exit 65 and 64 Due to a 2 car motor vehicle accident on Sunrise Highway both lanes westbound are closed.
At least two people were taken to the hospital with what Gerard Turza, the second assistant of the East Hampton Fire Department, said were non-life-threatening injuries.
Fire department chiefs and captains from Southampton to Montauk got early wake-up calls Tuesday morning when residents called 911 about the smell, which turned out was coming from a massive brush fire in New Jersey.
Sean P. Ludwick, the New York real estate developer accused of being drunk at 2 a.m. on Sunday when his 2013 Porsche convertible crashed into a utility pole, killing his passenger, Paul Hansen of Noyac, appeared in Southampton Town Justice Court on...
In February, Rose found herself at a police station with her young daughter in tow after a domestic abuse incident, confused, scared, and unsure what next steps to take. A social worker at the police station told Rose she could seek counseling, but...
The East Hampton Town Ordinance Enforcement Department served the Surf Lodge in Montauk with citations on Aug. 25 for an illegal change of use and a site plan violation, both stemming from the use of the outdoor deck, which has never received site...
Two women who were supposed to be taking care of infants while their parents worked instead were force-feeding, pushing, and slamming the children down onto the floor, according to Southampton Town police.
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Three local men charged in separate incidents with workplace-related crimes were arraigned recently in East Hampton Town Justice Court.
Sean P. Ludwick, the New York City real estate mogul charged with drunken driving following an early Sunday morning accident in Noyac that killed his passenger, is headed for jail, at least for the time being.
Sean P. Ludwick, a former partner in BlackHouse Development, a New York City real estate firm, was charged with drunken driving early Sunday morning.
A 35-foot boat was destroyed after it broke out in flames on Saturday afternoon, while docked at the Montauk Marine Basin.
Jose M. Chuchuca-Loja, 37, an East Hampton Village resident, was driving a 1995 Toyota Celica, police said, when he struck another car at the intersection of Newtown Lane and Main Street and drove away. A Carlos Taxi driver, who saw what happened,...