Hurricane Sandy: What You Need to Know as Long Island Recovers
"A storm for the record books" - is just one of the ways Long Islanders have been describing Hurricane Sandy, the Super Storm that swept through the tri-state area almost a full two weeks ago. Over 150,000 Long Islanders are still without power, and many have been displaced from their homes due to damage or destruction caused by the storm. Only days ago, a Nor'easter, nicknamed Athena, made landfall - causing additional damages and reversing some of the relief efforts and progress that have been made - an added insult to injury for many locals. We've compiled the hottest news stories and most important information that you need to know as Long Island recovers from the Frankenstorm, and we will be continually updating as more information becomes avaialble.
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Hurricane Sandy Resources & Relief Efforts
- How You Can Help Long Island Recover
- Homeowner How To: Post -Sandy Cleanup Tips
- Hurricane Sandy Scammers Try to Profit From Disaster
- Powerful Images of Sandy & Her Destruction Captured By Long Islanders
Latest Hurricane Sandy News Updates
- Moreland Commission Recommends Replacing LIPA
- Hurricane Sandy Destroyed Over 95,000 Structures
- Bipartisan Outrage Over Failure to Vote on Sandy Aid Package
- Southampton Special Elections on Beach Erosion Set for February
- Plans for World's Largest Ferry to Come to Staten Island
- Cuomo Urges Lawmakers to Support Sandy Aid Package
- Fire Island Debris Removal Set to Begin in January
- Alec Baldwin Plays Santa to East End Libraries
Need to Know Information