In its Feb. 15 edition, The Star erroneously reported that Alexander Pintado was East Hampton High School’s first Latino valedictorian. Nick, as he is known, actually is the school’s second valedictorian of Latino heritage. The first was J....
The sole East Hampton resident seeking the Democratic nomination to challenge Representative Lee Zeldin in November, Perry Gershon, will be among a field of seven hopefuls at a forum in Amagansett.
An East Hampton man is facing significant time in state prison after a dawn raid by combined law enforcement agencies on Tuesday resulted in his arrest and the arrest of his brother.
Improving the safety of pedestrians on Bridgehampton’s Main Street, an ongoing concern, is closer to reality this spring, according to Southampton Town’s director of public transportation and traffic safety.
According to Niche, an online education review and ranking system, the East Hampton School District ranked 30 out of 55 schools in Suffolk County for safety, while Southampton was ranked as the number-one safest school on the list. Sag Harbor and...
A possibly rabid raccoon spurred a call to police from a West End Road residence on the morning of Feb. 20. The caller, apparently an employee, told police that the raccoon was on a second floor balcony.
A man who was wanted for drunken driving and manslaughter after a fiery crash that killed his passenger in Springs 19 years ago was picked up in Texas on Wednesday.
Valon Shoshi of Springs was convicted of two felonies at the end of a six-day jury trial in New York State Criminal Courts building in Riverside last week, aggravated criminal contempt and criminal contempt of court. He is now in the county jail in...
There's a Memorial Day target for completion of a roundabout at the intersection of Toilsome and Buell Lanes and Route 114 in East Hampton, and preliminary work is underway to raise the railroad trestles over North Main Street and Accabonac Road.
Sag Harbor's Sen restaurant and the building that houses it have had a top-to-bottom renovation. It is expected to reopen in June at the earliest.
On Tuesday, Springs taxpayers will decide whether to approve the $16.9 million bonds necessary for the Springs School District’s expansion plan to go forward.
The East Hampton Town Trustees have received a 10-year dredging permit for Georgica Pond from the United States Army Corps of Engineers.
A Springs man who had been released from jail after the district attorney’s office failed to obtain an indictment on a felony domestic violence charge is back behind bars following a three-vehicle accident on Feb. 20.