With little discussion or fanfare, Sag Harbor Village Trustees passed a resolution Tuesday night to seek proposals from cell phone companies to rebuild and modernize an existing antenna behind the Sag Harbor Fire Department headquarters on Brick Kiln Road.
The East Hampton Town Police Department is reporting four-year lows in cases of larceny, burglary and criminal mischief and an overall high over that time of 970 arrests.
A successful volunteer fire department, much like a successful high school varsity basketball team, depends on a steady influx of new talent.
Southampton Police Chief Steven Skrynecki said dispatchers are handling calls correctly and notifying the Bridgehampton Fire Department in a timely manner.
For the second time in a month, Tim Sieger has been elected chief of the Bridgehampton Fire Department.
Calls for help from the police are up, arrests are up and traffic infractions are up, but don’t mistake this as a sign the village is unsafe or in decline.
A fire early Tuesday morning closed East Hampton Indoor Tennis on Daniel’s Hole Road in Wainscott, although the owner hoped to back open this weekend.
Nineteen fire chiefs converged with the sole purpose of helping fight and extinguish one of the most serious fires in the village in modern times.
Michael J. Oblein, 34 of East Hampton was airlifted to Stony Brook University Hospital for treatment following a two-vehicle accident on Route 114.
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If you have ever wondered what it’s like to be a police officer, the Southampton Town Police Department might have just the ticket for you.
The Southampton Town Board approved a $99.4 million budget for 2018 over the objection of Councilwoman Christine Scalera at a special meeting on November 20.
“If people admitted this was an epidemic across the board, I think we’d be making headway right now. We are now sweeping it under the rug,” former News 12 anchor Drew Scott said during the first public meeting of Southampton Town's Opioid Task Force.
The Sag Harbor Village Board will bond for almost half a million dollars in order to replace emergency services radio equipment.
What goes around comes back around, as the saying goes, and in Sag Harbor, an ambulance is about to make that trip.