Twelve headstones in East Hampton Village's historic North End Cemetery, some of them hundreds of years old, were damaged by a hit-and-run driver Saturday night or early Sunday morning.
East Hampton Town police have asked for the public's help in identifying a woman who used credit card information apparently stolen from an East Hampton resident.
Learning to sail, pricing boats in an alleged Puerto Rico bail-jumping plot.
Vehicular accidents and high blood-alcohol readings led to several arrests on drunken-driving charges this past week.
Thursday, the day that criminal matters are heard in East Hampton Town Justice Court, has been a busy day this past month. Last Thursday, for example, the calendar listed no fewer than 75 defendants.
Sean P. Ludwick, who was charged in August after an alleged drunk driving accident in which his friend Paul Hansen was killed, had his bail revoked and was returned to jail Tuesday after allegedly plotting to escape by boat from Puerto Rico.
The blizzard may have kept a lot of people inside, but emergency personnel, many of them volunteer firefighters and emergency medical technicians, didn't have the luxury of hunkering down.
Be sure to dig the snow out from around fire hydrants after the snowstorm.
Emergency medical service personnel were recognized last week for saving the lives of two people in recent months.
A Montauk man spent almost six days in county jail early this month for violating an order of protection that was no longer in effect.
A Springs woman who is to be sentenced next month on drunken-driving charges for the second time in nine years was arrested yet again on Friday.
East Hampton A resident of one of the eight cottages at 782 Route 114 discovered when she returned home on the evening of Dec. 21 that someone had entered her home that day and stolen a gold chain and pendant. Noelle Parker told police the...
Intruder bypassed cash, looking for something else.
Sean Ludwick, the New York real estate developer accused of vehicular homicide in the death of a Noyac man last summer, reportedly tried to buy a large boat to flee the country.
East Hampton Town police issued an alert on their Facebook page this week following an attempt to defraud a local resident. “It’s an old scam with a new twist,” Capt. Chris Anderson said on Tuesday.
An Amagansett man who told police he had been mugged ended up on Jan. 4 with a charge of falsely reporting a crime.
There was just one alcohol-related arrest in all of East Hampton Town last week, that of Peter F. Grupe, 22, formerly of Oakdale but now of Northwest Woods.
East Hampton Town Police Chief Michael Sarlo announced on Tuesday during a town board meeting at the Montauk Firehouse that Sgt. Joe Kearney will take on the job.