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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
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
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
Part two in a series on how South Shore residents are coping in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. more
Superstorm Sandy left your home, your possessions, even your livelihood damaged. You’ve contacted your insurance company. Now what? Dealing with the aftermath of such a disaster is, to say the … more
Sometimes, words are not enough. Even though words are my business, there are so many others who said it better about the life and passing of their -- and my -- beloved Mayor Ed Sieban. So instead, I put together a montage of photos and short videos of the mayor "in action." I hope you like it. more
The Herald Community Newspapers won two top awards, for Best Column Writing and Best Feature, in the 2010 Suburban Newspapers of America Editorial Contest, the SNA announced March 18. more
East Meadow residents Dean and Rob, who preferred not to say their last names, looked on as LIPA trucks fixed electrical wires on Prospect Avenue on Thursday afternoon. more
Attempting to navigate around the Inger household, on Andrea Road in East Meadow, has been almost impossible in recent days. Walk through the front door and you are greeted by dozens of boxes containing food, clothing and other supplies, all collected to aid Hurricane Sandy victims. more
Power outages across East Meadow left many families no choice but to vacate their homes. Among the thousands of residents who waited up to two weeks for power to be restored, many were fortunate to have friends and families welcome them into their homes, providing warmth and shelter when they needed it most. more
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