Three people were arrested early Sunday in a prostitution sting by Southampton Town police.
Police had looked into online advertisements on the classifieds website backpage.com. Through an online ad, an undercover officer contacted Alexandra Haas, 25, of Shinnecock Hills and she agreed to have sex for a fee of $200, according to police. READ
Some people received notifications Tuesday morning of an impending tsunami threat, but closer examination of the message showed it was just a test, weather officials said.
“There are no tsunami warnings in effect at the current time,” the National Weather Service said in a special statement issued at 9:21 a.m., after it realized some people panicked and thought an actual tsunami could be headed for the United States. READ
A Wading River dental office received final site plan approval last Thursday to expand and build a restaurant.
The Planning Board approved Dr. Jeffrey Campisi’s application, made under the name KLL Construction, for a one-story, 1,212-square-foot addition to his dental office at the northeast corner of Route 25A and Dogwood Drive in Wading River, which faces Dogwood Drive. READ
When Tim Stevens first bought land for his business, Island International, at the 2,900-acre Enterprise Park at Calverton around 1999, he assumed additional land would be available there in the future if he ever wanted to expand. The company currently employs about 300 people at its engineering and manufacturing facility in Calverton. READ