Valon Shoshi of Springs was convicted of two felonies at the end of a six-day jury trial in New York State Criminal Courts building in Riverside last week, aggravated criminal contempt and criminal contempt of court. He is now in the county jail in Riverside and scheduled to be sentenced on March 22.
There's a Memorial Day target for completion of a roundabout at the intersection of Toilsome and Buell Lanes and Route 114 in East Hampton, and preliminary work is underway to raise the railroad trestles over North Main Street and Accabonac Road.
A Springs man who had been released from jail after the district attorney’s office failed to obtain an indictment on a felony domestic violence charge is back behind bars following a three-vehicle accident on Feb. 20.
A Springs man was picked up by United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents on Friday from the Suffolk County jail in Riverside, one day after he was scheduled to be released. He had been held on a detainer request.
Although an order of protection had been issued in early February by East Hampton Town Justice Steven Tekulsky requiring a Springs woman to avoid threatening or intimidating her daughter, police were called to the Montgomery Avenue residence they share on Feb. 21 after the younger woman reported that her mother had again flown into a rage and banged on her bedroom door while screaming and cursing.
American Legion Post 419 of Amagansett will host a casino and karaoke fund-raiser at Legion Hall on Friday, March 9, for a young woman who is facing rare blood disorders and a long regimen of treatment and recovery.
There are 59 diagnosed cases of ADNP in the U.S. and 146 worldwide. This extremely rare neurodevelopmental disorder is caused by a mutation in the activity-dependent neuroprotective protein gene that regulates brain formation, development, and function.
East Hampton has a reputation for being progressive and inclusive, but that does not mean it is immune to human-rights and civil-rights problems. And so it was that almost 25 years ago that its anti-bias task force held its first meeting.
Legislation that seems to take direct aim at the village’s historic inns, which are popular for weddings and other large gatherings, received a thorough going over at an East Hampton Village Board public hearing on Friday. At its close, Mayor Paul F. Rickenbach Jr. announced that the record would be kept open for further debate.