Eddie Diaz, 31, was walking a friend’s dog on Pantigo Road last Thursday at 2 a.m. when he tied it to a tree. He then left the area and could not remember where he had tied the dog up. An officer found it in front of 61 Pantigo Road and reunited it with its owner.
The old adage “Those who can, do; those who can’t, teach” will be upended at the Ross School on Saturday when two award-winning screenwriters offer their insights on creating film scripts as part of the Hamptons International Film Festival’s Screenwriters Lab weekend.
When John Nicholas closed down his family’s marina on Folkstone Creek in Three Mile Harbor at the end of the boating season last year, he did so in the hope of converting it into a facility able to produce as many as one million oysters a year for the commercial market.
A bipartisan group of county legislators has joined the Suffolk County executive’s office in turning up the heat on County Comptroller John M. Kennedy Jr. for his unilateral decision to send 1099 tax forms to homeowners who participated in an innovative septic-system upgrade program designed to help protect the area’s water supply.
A Suffolk County bus driver called police because she believed a man had followed her in a Jeep while she made routine stops between the East Hampton Village train station and Montauk on March 10 and again on March 17.
The 21-year-old Springs man accused of killing his aunt’s dog late last year may soon take a plea deal if a Suffolk County Criminal Court justice is satisfied with written material supplied during a court appearance on Friday.
Attending the prom can be a milestone moment for high school students, but also a pricey one. With that in mind, the Suffolk County Library System is expanding its programs to help make the experience more affordable.
The East Hampton School Board concluded its fourth and final budget workshop on Tuesday still hewing to the expectation it will not pierce the state-mandated cap on tax levy increases in the upcoming school year.
Sandbags placed on the Gardiner’s Bay shore on behalf of the designer Stella McCartney and her husband, Alasdhair Willis, and a neighbor have blocked a traditional beach access path used by residents of Bay View Avenue on Lazy Point in Amagansett.