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After more than 13 inches of snow fell in the Five Towns, according to the National Weather Service, residents to took clearing their driveways and streets. more
As the snow falls and the wind speeds pick up the pace, local hospitals will continue with their routine, along with preparation for the possibility that more patients than usual could be brought in from the storm. more
Now that the storm has passed, National Grid advises their customers to stay cautious. more
With a crippling winter storm hanging in the balance, Island Harvest Food Bank, Long Island’s largest hunger relief organization, is partnering with the American Red Cross to provide storm-related emergency food services to Long Island residents. more
More than 100 snow plows patrolled Nassau County’s roadways Monday night, rendering the roads passable for those who “need to get somewhere,” said Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano. Still, he asked residents to avoid unnecessary driving and “exercise caution” if they venture out. more
More than 13 inches of snow fell on the Five Towns, according to the National Weather Service following a storm that forced schools to close and Gov. Andrew Cuomo to impose a travel ban due to hazardous conditions that also shutdown Long Island Rail Road service and the New York City subways. more
Hempstead town crews were still digging out local roadways early Tuesday after the first major snowfall in the area this year. The National Weather Service issued a blizzard warning from 1 p.m. … more
PSEG Long Island reports that as of 9:47 a.m., 174 households — all in central and eastern Long Island — are without power. Restoration is expected today. more
Snow was still falling on Tuesday, with an already foot to foot-and-a-half of heavy snow on the ground in the area. Travel bans were expected to be lifted later today, and if possible, more
Governor Andrew Cuomo announced on Monday morning that he has lifted Nassau County's travel ban, effective at 7:30 a.m. on Tuesday morning, and that MTA service will continue on its regular schedule … more
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