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Wednesday, November 26, 2014

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We had never seen a tempest the likes of Hurricane Sandy before, one so mammoth, so fierce, that it wiped out whole shoreline communities while leaving much of the rest of the Northeast in tatters, … more
In June, a proposal to strengthen Long Island’s waterways, starting with Mill River in Rockville Centre, was awarded millions of dollars in federal funding. The project, called Living with … more
Jones Beach, a spit of sand with 6.5 miles of Atlantic Ocean beaches, had no barrier island to protect it against Superstorm Sandy on Oct. 29, 2012. It was the barrier island, and so it took the … more
When Superstorm Sandy hit on Oct. 29, 2012, it devastated the South Shore. No storm in living memory had caused so much destruction. Though reconstruction is well under way, there are many who … more
In some ways, we have assessed the damage caused by Superstorm Sandy, as disturbing as the figures may be. Sandy’s destruction caused at least $65 billion in damages nationwide, and no region was hit harder than Long Island’s South Shore, Oceanside and Island Park in particular. more
Hurricane Sandy devastated much of the East Coast two years ago this week. Out of the storm came heartbreak, homelessness, financial woes and instability. But it also showed us what we can do as … more
It was Sunday night just before Halloween, and I was headed to the grocery store in an attempt to further put off my homework after neglecting it to dress up like a spaceman for the weekend. I … more
After Hurricane Sandy, I was lost. I had been hurt on the job just a few months before the storm, and I was unable to move anything. I lost a lifetime of treasures in the storm, including my high … more
It’s been two years since the storm hit. Two years since water and sewage flowed into hundreds of Baldwin homes. Two years since long lines began forming at local gas stations, and the power … more
When Superstorm Sandy hit Long Island, Rockville Centre was able to quickly regain and even hold on to electric power. Rockville Centre is one of the few communities on Long Island that has its own electric grid. According to Herald reports at the time, 99 percent of residents had their power back within eight days after the storm. more
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