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Thursday, April 24, 2014
Community Efforts
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Nassau County and New York State will again host a pre-registration assistance program this Saturday at three Nassau County Disaster Recovery Centers in Long Beach, Island Park and Seaford for Hurricane Sandy victims. more
Hurricane Sandy led to one of Long Island’s worst environmental disasters ever, if not the worst. Sandy’s massive storm surge flooded hundreds of South Shore homes. Fuel oil tanks broke loose and floated away, spilling oil as they went. Cars were flooded as well, which sent a witches’ brew of chemicals spilling out. Sewage leaked from the Bay Park Sewage Treatment Plant. more
Like no other storm since the “Long Island Express” of 1938, Hurricane Sandy ripped apart Long Island’s South Shore, lifting docks off their moorings and depositing them miles away, tearing hot tubs from backyard decks and dumping them in the canals that line the coast, and sending boats big and small hurtling out to sea. more
Pianist Jeffrey Biegel and Island Harvest have teamed up to raise money to benefit Hurricane Sandy victims. Enjoy an afternoon of Bach, Chopin, Moszkowski, Paderewski, and holiday selections at the … more
Just days after Hurricane Sandy ravaged must of Long Island’s South Shore, Nassau County Episcopal churches began taking part in a relief effort that is still in full swing. more
Since Hurricane Sandy hit late last month, thousands of people have flocked to the area to hand out supplies and help those in need. For all their support, one local business owner wanted to do something nice for members of the National Guard who are stationed on Long Island to show her appreciation. more
Each day since Hurricane Sandy hit the region, the number of New Yorkers who have filed with the Federal Emergency Management Agency has grown, and so too has the amount of reported funds given out by FEMA. more
After speaking to her family, who is dispersed between Cedarhurst, Long Beach, New York City and Port Washington, and then reading comments on Facebook and viewing random online videos of the destruction Hurricane Sandy wrought in her native area, Boca Raton, Fla. resident Mara Cavallo Benkirane became determined to help. more
Thousands of Long Islanders had their homes and property destroyed during Hurricane Sandy and are now left to pick up the pieces. Fortunately for all, several nation organizations have been working around the clock in recent weeks to lend a helping hand. more
In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, people across the Greater New York area have been pitching in, donating clothes, food, money and time to those in need. more
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