Six East Hampton Democrats filed a lawsuit on Tuesday against the Town of East Hampton and its Clerk Fred Overton over the petition to try and force a public vote on the sale of the alleyway at the former Ronjo property in Montauk, which .
The suit claims the town clerk violated lawful procedure by invalidating the petition. Overton claims certain legal requirements were not followed which voided the petition.
Westhampton Beach resident James Aprasate has filed a lawsuit against the Village of Westhampton Beach, its police department and an individual officer that attempts to clear former trustee Joan Levan's name in an alleged trespassing incident.
Working down to the wire, the artists of recently put the finishing touches on their third mural donated to Southampton Hospital, just weeks before the lead artist leaves the East End to be reunited with his spouse, who is returning from serving in Afghanistan.
With the project now behind him, Thom Kostura is packing his bags to move to the Memphis, Tenn., area to join his spouse when he returns from his deployment.
Kostura and Ijpe DeKoe, a sergeant first class with the U.S. Army, married on Aug. 4, 2011 —19 days after in New York — at Incarnation Lutheran Church in Water Mill. Kostura said they had gone to East Hampton Town Hall to deal with tickets when DeKoe was on a three-day leave, and at the spur of the moment decided to pick up a marriage license as well
The mother of a driver says her son has died from injuries related to an alleged "road rage" incident that occurred on Montauk Highway in Hampton Bays on April 21.
According to, Robert Levasseur of Riverhead, 53, was allegedly struck in the head by Kenneth Tofty-Forrest, 27, of Hampton Bays. The police report stated that Levassau suffered "significant face and head injuries" and was taken to Peconic Bay Medical Center by medevac and later transferred to Stony Brook.
Jeannette Levasseur says her son passed away on Thursday at Stony Brook University Hospital.
Scores of elected officials sent proclamations and warm words of praise for New Suffolk resident Regina Calcaterra, the recipient of the East End Women’s Network “Woman of the Year Award,” at a ceremony held at Giorgio’s in Baiting Hollow Wednesday night.
From Governor Andrew Cuomo to Southampton Town Supervisor Anna Throne-Holst, elected officials sang Calcaterra’s praises. Calcaterra, the new deputy Suffolk County executive, once waged an unsuccessful bid for New York State Senate against Sen. Kenneth P. LaValle, but has won accolades for her charitable work to help the less fortunate.