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.
A man East Hampton Town police say set fire to a truck parked in Springs in February was arrested on Wednesday after a two-and-a-half-month investigation by town detectives and the Suffolk County Police Arson Squad.
A jury in East Hampton Town Justice Court convicted an East Hampton resident last Thursday on a misdemeanor charge of drunken driving, as well as a charge of leaving the scene of an accident. It was the first of two trials Justin Michael Hogan, 46,...
East Hampton Town police arrested four men last week on misdemeanor drunken-driving charges. One of them, Diego A. Zelayandia of Flanders, if convicted, could lose his driving privilege in New York State for five years, or even for life.
A man who recently pleaded guilty in district court to breaking into the Amaden Gay Agency in East Hampton Village on March 12 was arrested by East Hampton Town police on April 17 and charged with two more counts of burglary.
An East Hampton man complained to police that every time he goes to the post office, there is a truck parked in the fire zone, loading and unloading cargo. He asked police for extra patrols to stop the truck from parking there.
Kyle Lynch pleaded guilty in Suffolk County Court in Riverside on Friday to eight charges, including six felonies.
Since three Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers arrested Luis Marin-Castro while he was unloading a trailer outside Wainscott Main Wine and Spirits on April 9, the 31-year-old, who has lived in East Hampton for 20 years, has endured a...
Domestic altercations resulted in felonies and other charges for four men in the last week. In all but one case, the alleged victims were women and, in most, iPhones were involved.
A lawyer from Central Islip is facing a multitude of narcotics charges, including possession with intent to sell, after being arrested early on the morning of April 11 by East Hampton Town police following a traffic stop in downtown Montauk.
Terry Wallace, the owner of Wallace Gallery in East Hampton, who is being sued by the nephew of Edith Bouvier Beale over the ownership of a small portrait of Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis, has made a motion to have the case dismissed.