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Back The Blue Rally Planned In Southampton Village Labor Day Weekend

Back The Blue Rally Planned In Southampton Village Labor Day Weekend

New York State’s 50-a Repeal Changes Nothing Immediately

The New York State Legislature’s repeal in June of “section 50-a,” a part of the Civil Rights Law that permitted police agencies to refuse to release police misconduct records, was supposed to allow members of the press and the public to access such records through a Freedom of Information Law request. In practice, those records are not forthcoming.

Noyac Teen On Quad Injured On Booby-Trapped Trail

Noyac Teen On Quad Injured On Booby-Trapped Trail

Swimmers Pulled From Water Near North Haven Beach

Three swimmers were pulled from the waters near the Lance Corporal Jordan C. Haerter Veterans Memorial Bridge in North Haven Sunday afternoon.

Bold Car Theft Ring Targets High End Cars Ripe For The Taking On East...

Bold Car Theft Ring Targets High End Cars Ripe For The Taking On East End

Police in New Jersey Arrest Man Accused of Sag Harbor SUV Theft

South Orange Police in New Jersey arrested Daniel Amponsah and charged him with a felony count of receiving stolen property in connection with the theft of a 2019 black Range Rover Land Rover, which was taken from a Lincoln Street, Sag Harbor driveway on July 20.

EXPRESS SESSIONS: Police Officials, Activists Agree That Change Is Needed

EXPRESS SESSIONS: Police Officials, Activists Agree That Change Is Needed

East End Protesters Work With Police Departments In Organizing Marches

When thousands of protesters against police violence and systemic racism took to the streets of the East End’s hamlets and villages in early June, organizers decided to work with local police departments in setting up the marches — in what may have been a stark contrast to those confronting departments in some of the nation’s cities.

Coast Guard: Don’t Drink And Boat, Checkpoints Planned Over Holiday Weekend

Coast Guard: Don't Drink And Boat, Checkpoints Planned Over Holiday Weekend

Q&A: Former Police Chief Sees Need For Reform, Despite His Own Efforts Falling Short

Q&A: Former Police Chief Sees Need For Reform, Despite His Own Efforts Falling Short

Timing Right For New Policing Policies In Sag Harbor

But even before Governor Andrew Cuomo announced a call for major reform of police departments across the state, Sag Harbor Village Police Chief Austin J. McGuire had begun a top-to-bottom review of his department’s policies and guidelines, many of which date to the 1980s, if not before.

Sag Harbor Village Police Investigate Rash of Larcenies From Vehicles

Almost 30 vehicles in Sag Harbor Village were riffled through Saturday night, with a handful of cases reported to police where money or valuables were taken from the unlocked vehicles.

Proactive Protocols Inform Southampton Town Police COVID-19 Response, Chief Says

Proactive Protocols Inform Southampton Town Police COVID-19 Response, Chief Says

Q&A With Veteran Paramedic Phil Cammann

Phillip Cammann has been an EMT and paramedic for the Bridgehampton Fire Department and the Southampton Volunteer Ambulance for 40 years

Keeping Ambulances Clean In Coronavirus Crisis

Keeping Ambulances Clean In Coronavirus Crisis

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The Woman Behind The Artist

“The Artist’s Wife,” a film shot on the East End and directed by part time resident Tom Dolby, will be released in theaters and on demand on September 25. The film had its world premiere at the Hamptons International Film Festival in 2019, and it stars Lena Olin as Claire, a once promising painter, who now lives in the shadow of her husband Richard’s (played by Bruce Dern) illustrious career. 

New Manager for WHBPAC Arts Academy

Teaching artist Justin D. Harris has joined WHBPAC as its newest Arts Academy manager. Harris has been a teaching artist for the past several years, working on numerous productions and will be directing the Little Players, Elementary and Middle School After-School Musical Theater programs at WHBPAC this Fall. 

WHBPAC Unveils Fall Arts Academy Classes

West Hampton Beach Performing Arts Center’s Arts Academy is gearing up for a full slate of classes beginning in October. Offerings include adult classes as well as WHBPAC’s After School Music Theatre program, the lynchpin of the academy.