Detectives are investigating a fire that broke out in the office building at East Hampton Indoor Tennis in Wainscott on Saturday morning — the second fire at the complex this year.
A 66-year-old man was arrested after East Hampton Town police said he discharged a 12-gauge shotgun inside his house following a domestic dispute last Thursday afternoon.
What started out as a routine winter victim-in-distress Jet Ski training session in Block Island Sound for East Hampton Volunteer Ocean Rescue on Sunday morning ended as an actual rescue.
An East Hampton woman reported a suspicious person in the vicinity of Spaeth Lane on Dec. 11 at about 12:50 p.m. Police found a man doing landscaping work.
Wilson Pantosin is facing five to 15 years in prison for the 1999 death of his passenger in a drunken-driving crash in Springs. He is scheduled for sentencing in January, 20 years to the day of the fatal crash.
A 66-year-old man was arrested after East Hampton Town police said he discharged a shotgun inside his house following a domestic dispute on Thursday afternoon.
East Hampton Town police officers were on the receiving end of some generosity this holiday season, and decided to pay it forward.
A young man walking on McGuirk Street and Newtown Lane raised suspicion last Thursday just after 2 p.m. He told police who questioned him that he was waiting for a friend to get out of school.
East Hampton Village residents approved an increase in the village's contribution to a pension-like incentive program for volunteer ambulance members in a referendum held on Tuesday.
With uncontested races for commissioners in each of the local fire departments, there was not much of a surprise when the polls closed Tuesday night — except in Bridgehampton.
East Hampton Village will hold a referendum on Tuesday increase the Length of Service Award Program (LOSAP) benefits for active volunteer ambulance members.
A 55-year-old intoxicated woman was found drinking a bottle of sake on the front lawn of the East Hampton Ladies Village Improvement Society on Main Street on Saturday at 1 p.m. Police escorted her home and turned her over to the care of her brother.
The owner of the Princess Diner in Southampton was sentenced Friday to six months in jail for his part in scheming to defraud and failing to pay his employees.