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Two people were arrested — including one man from Riverhead — during sobriety checkpoints Saturday in Southampton Town, according to a police press release.
In all, 44 motorists were stopped during the operation where Southampton Town police were helped out by other members of the district attorney’s East End DWI Task Force.
A Flanders man was arrested for drunk driving was early Thursday morning in Flanders, Southampton Town police said. (more…)
A Manorville woman was arrested early this morning in Riverside after police said the 20-year-old was driving drunk and gave police a fake I.D. after she was pulled over. (more…)
In an eagerly awaited decision by aviation interests and anti-aircraft noise activists, a federal judge ruled Friday that local laws curbing uses at East Hampton’s airport will stand — at least for the most part. (more…)
Ed Harbes picking super sweet corn at Harbes Family Farm in Mattituck in July 2013. (Credit: Rachel Young, file)
Three North Fork businesses, including both Harbes Family Farmstands, were listed as having critical violations over the past two years in a New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets database of retail food store violations. (more…)
North Fork gay rights advocates are hailing a historic Supreme Court ruling Friday that established a constitutional right to same-sex marriage nationwide.
“Today is a monumental victory,” said David Kilmnick, CEO of Long Island Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Services Network. “It’s a monumental day in the history of the United States. The Supreme Court ruled that we’re protected under the Constitution. It doesn’t really get any bigger than this.” (more…)
In the wake of cyber attacks against a neighboring town and companies like Home Depot, Riverhead Town is planning to get cyber insurance.