Police and Fire

Former Sag Harbor Resident Found Murdered In Riverhead Wednesday Night

Suffolk County Police said Marco Grisales, 39, of Sag Harbor was found in an abandoned vehicle on the side of Roanoke Avenue, south of Green Tree Drive, at approximately 7:40 p.m.

Survey Seeks Public’s Opinion On Role Of Southampton Town Police

A Southampton Town Committee charged with implementing a state mandated review of police department and public safety policies is asking for the public’s input thorough a recently released survey.

Six Fire Departments Called Out For Sag Harbor Fire Saturday

Six fire departments were called out Saturday afternoon to a fire in Noyac that severely damaged a house.

Police Reform Effort Begins In East Hampton

East Hampton Town last week kicked off its state-mandated assessment of the role local police departments play in the community and how well they are trusted by various sectors of the population.

Southampton Man Arrested after Serious Crash

At approximately 1:15 a.m. on October 31, Southampton Town Police Emergency Dispatch received a call for an overturned vehicle on Deerfield Road. Responding officers located an overturned 2009 Honda Civic carrying a driver and four passengers.

Sag Harbor Confronts Prospect Of Replacing Outdated Firehouse And Ambulance Headquarters

Sag Harbor Confronts Prospect Of Replacing Outdated Firehouse And Ambulance Headquarters

Sag Harbor Police Investigate Burglary at Public Works Building

On Monday, Sag Harbor Village Police announced it is asking the public to help identify two subjects wanted for questioning in connection with a burglary that occurred at the Sag Harbor Village Public Works building on Columbia Street on October 15, around 11 p.m.

Felony DWI Charge for Sag Harbor Resident After Saturday Night Accident

A 22-year-old Sag Harbor resident was charged with a felony count of driving while intoxicated after police said he ran off the road and nearly crashed his pickup truck into a Sag Harbor home on Saturday night after failing to make a turn at the intersection of Hampton and Division Streets.

Rookie Lifeguards Rescue Swimmers From Three Mile Harbor Inlet

Three first-year East Hampton Town lifeguards dashed into action earlier this month when three women were sucked by the current into the inlet to Three Mile Harbor.

Back The Blue and Black Lives Still Matter Rallies Slated For Saturday

Back The Blue and Black Lives Still Matter Rallies Slated For Saturday

25 Years Later: A Look Back At the Sunrise Wildfire

25 Years Later: A Look Back At the Sunrise Wildfire

The Express News Group Presents 27Speaks, A Weekly Podcast: August 20 Edition

In this week’s edition of 27Speaks, the editors are joined by features reporter Michelle Trauring and Sag Harbor Express Publisher Emeritus Bryan Boyhan to talk about their coverage of the 25th anniversary of the Sunrise Wildfire in 1995.

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

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27Speaks: Back To School In The Continuing Wake Of COVID

In this week’s edition of 27Speaks, the editors discuss the start of the new school year, and the issues teachers and administrators are facing in the continuing wake of COVID, and the extra help students need after remote learning for portions of the past two years.

A Welcome Return For Sag Harbor’s HarborFest

HarborFest returned to Sag Harbor this weekend after a one-year hiatus owing to the coronavirus, and to say it was a hit with a population that has grown weary of being cooped up would be an understatement. Huge crowds converged on Long Wharf and the waterfront under sunny blue skies to listen to music, sample food from a number of purveyors, browse displays or watch the whaleboat races.

Dead Air Surrounds WLNG Tower Application

Over a year ago, when COVID-19 led to an influx of full-time residents in Sag Harbor, village officials scrambled to improve cellular service, which by all accounts suffered considerably as more people competed for limited bandwidth.