SAG HARBOR â€” The owner of a boat docked on Long Wharf contacted Village Police on September 12, around 10:30 p.m., to report that three females had entered his boat and were taking pictures on the deck without his permission. The man told police he was watching television in the lower cabin when he heard loud talking and laughing. Police spoke to the women who told them they had made a mistake by getting on the boat without permission. After the owner denied pressing charges, they were advised to stay off his boat â€” or any other boats they did ... 24 Sep 2021 by Staff Writer
Manuel J. Yunga Pani, 46, of Sag Harbor was arrested on Sunday, September 19, at 12:15 a.m. According to Sag Harbor Village Police, they received reports of a motor vehicle accident involving a car and a parked vehicle on Main Street and when they arrived on the scene they said they found Mr. Pani rummaging through the driverâ€™s side compartment of his car and that he told them he had struck the other vehicle avoiding a deer. Police said they believed him to be intoxicated and that he performed poorly on field sobriety tests. He was held for morning arraignment ... by Staff Writer
Southampton Town Police and emergency responders deployed for the second time this week to a Flanders Road locale. At around 5 p.m. on Wednesday, September 22, they were called to the scene of an industrial accident at the junkyard at 2055 Flanders Road. Mickey Mujsce, 74, was cutting a vehicle in half when it fell on him. Staff was able to remove him from under the vehicle. He was transported to an area hospital by Flanders Volunteer Ambulance, according to police. Flanders firefighters also responded to the scene. Earlier this week Flanders Road was closed for three hours following a ... 22 Sep 2021 by Kitty Merrill
At a short and efficient Sag Harbor Board of Education business meeting on Monday night, there was mostly good news to report early in the school year, with just one announcement that was more of the bittersweet variety. Superintendent Jeff Nichols was pleased to report that every one of the districtâ€™s 62 employees was in compliance with state regulations related to COVID, either because they had been vaccinated or were fulfilling testing requirements as outlined by Suffolk County Department of Health guidance. Mr. Nichols said that 22 employees are not currently vaccinated, but said some are in the process of ... by Cailin Riley
The Heart of the Hamptons food pantry proposed at a former village ambulance barn on Meeting House Lane came much closer to fruition Tuesday night as the Southampton Village Board adopted a law that cuts out a special exception to allow food pantries in the village. The Village Board voted following public hearings in which a number of Meeting House Lane residents and property owners spoke out against allowing a food pantry at that location. Anton Borovina, an attorney representing a group of neighbors opposed to a food pantry in that location, questioned the legitimacy of the boardâ€™s actions. â€śThere ... by Brendan J. Oâ€™Reilly
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