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A team of six Herald editors and reporters –– Scott Brinton, Jeff Bessen, Alex Costello, Mary Malloy, Anthony Rifilato and Alexandra Spychalsky –– have taken second place for Community … more
Following months of deliberation regarding the future of the Long Island Power Authority, Gov. Andrew Cuomo has proposed legislation that would privatize Long Island’s utility operations. more
The recently approved 2013-2014 state budget includes provisions to provide grants to gas stations that are prewired to receive or purchase generators during a declared fuel shortage emergency. more
Part four in a series on how South Shore residents are coping in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. Veterinarian Dr. Lee Gelfand of Merrick, whose All Creatures Veterinary Hospital in Long Beach was all but destroyed by Hurricane Sandy, finds hope in the stories that pet owners tell in the superstorm’s aftermath. 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 Rockville Centre Board of Trustees announced that residential property owners will not have to pay the usual permit fees when rebuilding property damaged by Hurricane Sandy. more
Mid-Island Collision’s annual Fill the Bags charity meal program has taken on a new tone in the wake of Hurricane Sandy’s devastation. more
Though Rockville Centre’s Flaxman Furniture was undamaged by the intense winds and high waters of Hurricane Sandy, the business’s storage and work facility in Island Park was not as fortunate. more
Molloy College held the second annual gala at the Madison Theatre, on Nov. 16, honoring The Hispanic Brotherhood of Rockville Centre Executive Director Margarita Grasing. more
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