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Christopher Walsh
A Suffolk County Supreme Court judge has dismissed a lawsuit brought by Rona Klopman, a member of the East Hampton Democratic Committee and candidate for chairwoman, seeking to determine the committee's "true current membership," which Ms. Klopman charged has been manipulated.
Taylor K. Vecsey
Nearly two months after a delivery driver was killed in a hit-and-run on County Road 39 in Southampton, police arrested the man they say was responsible.
Taylor K. Vecsey
Jay Schneiderman, the Southampton Town supervisor and former East Hampton Town supervisor, hopes to win the Democratic nomination for Suffolk County comptroller.
Christopher Walsh
The Suffolk County Health Department announced a further expansion of its private well survey in the vicinity of the East Hampton Airport on Friday.
Star Staff
Police will be out in force on the East End this Memorial Day weekend making sure those celebrating the unofficial start of summer are doing so responsibly.
Jamie Bufalino
Southampton Town has struck a deal with Jay Bialsky, a real estate developer, to purchase more than 1.25 acres of waterfront property in Sag Harbor Village's business district for $10.5 million.
Taylor K. Vecsey
After receiving an Amber Alert Friday morning, many thought there must have been a child abduction close to home on Long Island, but police are searching for a missing 14-month-old whose mother was found dead in Wayne County.
Christopher Walsh
A three-hour joint hearing, held at LTV Studios in Wainscott to accommodate the expected crowd, seemed to leave the five members of the town board and nine trustees drained, as did the cheers and occasional jeers from the audience.
Judy D’Mello
Approximately 19 billion pounds of plastic waste ends up in the world’s oceans every year. Several ocean conservancy groups have cautioned that if we keep polluting at the current rate there will be more plastic than fish in the ocean by 2050.
Christopher Walsh
Beginning this summer, existing water mains will be extended, along with service lines to connect them to residential and commercial properties, and existing private wells will be disconnected from internal plumbing systems.
Christopher Walsh
A ruler with authoritarian tendencies. Inside, endless palace intrigue as warring factions vie for influence. Outside, bullying of allies and threatening of adversaries. A tight-lipped investigator seemingly closing in and soon, perhaps, to compel a climactic showdown.
Taylor K. Vecsey
A Brooklyn man broke into a house on Valley Street in East Hampton Sunday evening, but did not get far with the items he stole, according to East Hampton Town police.
Andrea Meyer
In 1931, the members of the Edwin C. Halsey American Legion Post 700 organized Memorial Day ceremonies for East Hampton for the first time in a number of years.
Taylor K. Vecsey
An Oceanside man was arrested on a felony drunken driving charge due to a prior conviction after he swerved into oncoming traffic and onto the shoulder on the afternoon of May 13.
Star Staff
A passer-by reported five men standing on the corner of Toilsome and Buell Lanes with no apparent vehicle on Sunday at 1:12 a.m. Police checked but did not find anyone.
Jamie Bufalino
Taking a stand against the Trump administration’s plan to allow offshore oil and gas exploration and drilling in New York’s coastal waters, the East Hampton Village Board unanimously adopted a resolution on Friday supporting the state’s application for an exemption.