A Springs man is facing a felony animal cruelty charge after allegedly killing a dog belonging to a family member on Sunday.
People who live close to Main Street in Sag Harbor thought something terrible was happening when they were stirred from their slumber early on Wednesday by police lights flashing through their bedroom walls.
A Brooklyn man renting a house in Redwood on Wednesday found a handgun while taking a walk on the beach directly behind the house.
Acting on a referral from Southampton Town Police, Southampton Town Animal Control on Monday picked up a deceased caracal, a wild cat native to Africa, the Middle East and Central Asia, in Water Mill.
Members of the East Hampton Fire Department’s “White Knights” Heavy Rescue Squad responded to an accident around 12:40 a.m. on November 10 at the bus stop on Main Street in East Hampton in front of The Palm restaurant to a report of a motor vehicle accident with entrapment.
ustice Rana found the complainant, construction worker Connor Kentoffio — who alleged that Mr. Brannen had threatened to beat him up and shoot him during an altercation outside the Brannen home on Wilson Place on April 17, 2017 — had not been forthright in his testimony.
Firefighters battle an early morning fire on Sunday, October 28, that claimed a home on Thanet Way in the Lionhead section of Springs.
A 17-year-old pedestrian was injured Tuesday night in a hit-and-run crash in East Hampton, and town detectives are seeking the public’s help finding the driver who was responsible.
Sag Harbor Village Police have charged village resident Matthew F. Keller, 41, with ten felonies after an investigation showed he allegedly falsified documents to help a friend who does not live in Sag Harbor pay resident dockage fees for a village boat slip.
Firefighters from six different fire departments battled a blaze at the main house at the Creeks, the East Hampton estate of billionaire businessman Ronald Perelman and his family, on Friday night.
Thirty speakers, in sometimes emotional testimony, called on the Southampton Town Board Tuesday night to protect law-abiding members of the Latino community from deportations and family separations.
Sag Harbor Village Police assisted officers from the New York State Department of Transportation in a safety enforcement detail throughout the village on September 20.
Sean P. Ludwick, who is serving three to nine years in state prison as part of a plea deal in the drunken driving crash that killed Paul Hansen of Sag Harbor in 2015, was denied parole on September 4.
After a two-hour trial, Sag Harbor Village Justice Lisa Rana reserved decision Friday on charges of harassment against John Brannen, a retired New York City fireman arrested by Sag Harbor Village Police in April after a confrontation with a construction worker on the street outside Mr. Brannen’s Wilson Place home.
When facing municipal zoning codes, fire departments usually are exempt because of a legal precedent called the “Monroe test” that weighs the “balancing of public interests.”