Police found no signs of forced entry at a house on Lazy Point, where $5,000 in cash and two watches went missing last week.
Amagansett A real estate agent called police on April 22 after receiving a series of harassing text messages from a potential client. Martha Gundersen said she had contacted the person, whose name was blacked out in the report, hoping to represent...
Ken Brown, who will turn 73 in June, joined the fire department at 18 and still responds to calls as a member of Company No. 5. He has no plans to retire.
While in the custody of East Hampton Town police Saturday night on a charge of driving while intoxicated, a 21-year-old woman turned violent, striking a village policeman, who had come to assist, with a closed fist.
Steven E. Skrynecki, named by the Southampton Town Board in September to take over as town police chief, was officially sworn in this week.
East Hampton Town police released a second report this week about an April 8 party attended by under-age drinkers at a house on Oak Lane Extension in Amagansett.
East Hampton Town police charged Christopher Paul Gallegos of East Hampton, 20, with second-degree rape and sexual misconduct, felonies, on Friday, in a case involving a then-14-year-old girl. Police said he had carried on a six-month relationship...
Long Beach Road, which runs between Noyac and North Haven, was shut down after a suspicious package was reported Saturday afternoon.
Tyler Armstrong was arrested on drunken driving charges early Saturday morning.
South Fork firefighters were busy last week, with three blazes damaging buildings and two brush fires. No injuries were reported.
A Montauk man was arrested Friday night on two misdemeanor charges, petty larceny and possession of stolen property. According to East Hampton Town police, Richard A. Bauer, 38, went on a shoplifting spree at the 7-Eleven in downtown Montauk,...
On the afternoon of April 19, a head-on crash on Route 114 in Sag Harbor led to a drunken-driving charge against a woman who splits her time between Massachusetts and Sag Harbor.
An appeal to the Appellate Division of State Supreme Court by Catherine A. Cahill, a former East Hampton Town justice, seeking the reversal of a 2014 Supreme Court decision in which she was ordered to pay $1 million to a man who had been her husband...