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Most of the flood waters have receded, the damage on the South Shore was still visible, especially in Island Park. Electricity is intermittent in Oceanside and completely absent in Island Park. … more
Long-suffering Long Islanders may soon see some additional Hurricane Sandy rebuild relief from the Federal Government. A new program funded by Federal Supplemental … more
As the flood waters begin to recede and people come out to survey the damage, those who fled the area are desperate for answers and word from family members they can’t contact. Debris litters … more
Bay Park resident Nora Garcia-Osuna described what she found in her backyard after Hurricane Sandy as “mounds of hard, layered, crusted-over sewage” — the likes of which she had never seen … more
Several hundred Oceanside residents — cold, angry and still without power — gathered at School 8 Friday morning to voice, and oftentimes scream, their disapproval of the efforts of the Long Island Power Authority and local politicians in the nearly two weeks since Hurricane Sandy devastated their homes and community. more
Driving north on the Cross Island Parkway, it’s easy to pass Exit 14, which leads to an entrance to Belmont Park whose gates are locked most of the year. But drivers who have passed the exit since … more
“I never want to stay in a motel again,” said Gerry. “We started out telling people we were staying in a hotel, and it was great. Then, as time went on, it became a motel, and then it became a FEMA motel.” more
Thanksgiving will have a different feel to it this year for many Long Island residents after Hurricane Sandy devastated thousands of homes in the area more than three weeks ago. more
The Army Corps of Engineers has secured federal funding to conduct a comprehensive coastal protection study of the East Coast that includes Reynolds Channel, in what U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer … more
This afternoon, Nassau County Executive Edward Mangano held a pres conference to update residents on the state of the county. Speaking from within the Office of Emergency Management in Bethpage, … more
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