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A bicyclist was struck by a car in front of CVS pharmacy in East Hampton Village on Sunday afternoon.
People from across East Hampton on Friday joined local police officers, volunteer firefighters, and emergency medical technicians in remembering the events of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
For local police, the Labor Day weekend climaxed a hectic summer on and off the roads, with 14 people arraigned in East Hampton Town Justice Court on charges of driving while intoxicated.
A visitor to Amagansett was said to have suffered a spinal injury when he dived into a pool at the start of Labor Day weekend.
The Sag Harbor Village Police Department, once again, has two sergeants in the ranks. Robert F. Drake, a full-time village police officer for 14 years, was newly minted at a village board meeting on Tuesday evening.
Amagansett Andy Sabin told police last week that two yard signs reading “Hillary for Prison” were yanked up on Aug. 25 from in front of his Bluff Road house. East Hampton Village
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 Friday.