A fire at the seven-story Tower, a residential building in the heart of Montauk’s downtown, on Thursday night caused little damage. The Montauk Fire Department was called following a report of smoke in the basement of the building.
A rented U-Haul truck was not returned to Consumer Tires on Railroad Avenue. Police issued a “be-on-the-lookout” alert to local law enforcement. Detectives are investigating.
"The shed that houses that cables for the antennas on the Tower ignited," according to Mickey Valcich, the Montauk Fire Department's first assistant chief.
A 59-year-old man who police said was driving drunk spun his car around and hit a tree on old Stone Highway in Amagansett last Thursday evening.
East Hampton fire officials went to the CVS store on Pantigo Road twice last week due to a faulty heating system.
A decapitated deer was found on land off Georgica Close Road on New Year’s Eve. The property manager called police at about 10 a.m. He was told that if the deer was moved to the road, the village’s Department of Public Works would remove it.
Michael Forst was named the East Hampton Volunteer Ocean Rescue 2018 member of the year at the group’s annual year-end dinner party at the Harvest in Montauk on Sunday.
Five days after a dirt bike accident left his passenger injured, a 17-year-old who had been driving on a town road without a license was arrested on two misdemeanors, including leaving the scene of the Dec. 13 accident.
A Springs man was arrested on a drunken-driving charge on Dec. 22 at about 9:15 p.m.
Deep tire tracks were found on the baseball field at Maidstone Park on Saturday. It appeared someone had driven around the field in a circle.
Police are looking for the public's help to identify and find a man who is wanted for questioning about the theft of $60,000 from a car that was parked behind the Candy Kitchen in Bridgehampton several months ago.
Detectives are investigating a “suspicious” fire that broke out in an office building in the East Hampton Indoor Tennis complex on Saturday morning — the second one at the complex this year — during a weekend in which several other strange incidents...
Out-of-town teenagers were accused this week of stealing nearly $10,000 in fishing rods and reels from boats docked at Gone Fishing Marina on East Lake Drive in Montauk back in July.