Tag: Sandy

Urgent Care Facility Opens at Closed Long Beach Medical Center

A 911-emergency receiving facility is the next step, but Long Beach lacks a full hospital for now.

2014 Hurricane Season Forecast as Normal, Preparedness Still Urged

“Whatever the probabilities are, one storm can wreak tremendous havoc,” the head of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said.

Cuomo Draws Supporters, Protesters to Suffolk Fundraiser

While those rallying outside protested Cuomo’s position on issues ranging from education to the environment and gun rights, Democrats inside called the fundraiser a success.

Jones Beach to Get $65M Upgrade

The proposed plan will improve parkway entrances, increase food options, add recreational activities as well as rehabilitate the East and West Bathhouses and Central Mall.

Cuomo’s Energy Plan Draws Heat on Long Island

“The plan as it stands clearly supports expanded fossil fuel infrastructure.”

Mangano Sworn In for Second Nassau Exec Term

"I’m so grateful that you have provided me the opportunity to serve a second term."

Nassau Pols OK $463M for Bay Park Sewage Plant

"We are thrilled that the work can begin immediately."

Inside the Secret World of Long Island Politics: Election Night 2013

“Dump ’em!” sniped D’Amato. “Dump Cablevision. FiOS is much better and cheaper.”

Op-Ed: Food Stamp Cuts Threaten Long Islanders

The cut poses great harm to the close to 190,000 Long Islanders enrolled in the program, a number that has more than doubled in the past five years.

More Sandy Victim Scammers Busted, Authorities Say

Police arrested a contractor for stealing a construction deposit and prosecutors announced fines against price gougers and a company that mailed deceptive letters.
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