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Sunday, April 20, 2014
News Features
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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
In the wake of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s announcement last Saturday that the Bay Park Sewage Treatment Plant will see at least $730 million in upgrades thanks to funding from the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the state government, residents are now hopeful that they will soon be rid of the loud, annoying noise of generators and the overpowering smell of sewage at Nassau County’s largest waste facility. 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
More than two dozen gas stations, accused of excessively raising prices in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, will be paying fines to the state after settlements were announced on May 2 by New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman. more
“Homecoming” usually conjures images of colorful parade floats and hard-fought football games, but for the students, faculty and staff of East Rockaway and Lawrence high schools, the term has a more basic meaning: the return to their respective school buildings after months of repair following the devastation of Hurricane Sandy. more
Island Park Theatre Group is back with their production of Smokey Joe's Cafe after Mother Nature put plans for the production on hold last fall. more
“What happened with Sandy is really a metaphor with what’s happening in Washington,” U.S. Rep. Peter … 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
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
Melanie Siegel Rubin’s south Merrick home was, like hundreds of homes across the South Shore, flooded when Hurricane Sandy struck on Oct. 29. Saltwater inundated the front entrance and back laundry room. She did not realize, however, that water had soaked through her plywood subfloor when her crawl space flooded. more
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