By Sandra Stelmach July 19, 2013
Locals try to beat the heat by turning up their air conditioners but face potential power outages due to the heat.
By Wendy L July 17, 2013
A couple living at an Oceanside condominium for more than 25 years have been found dead, with apparent gunshot wounds. Police have deemed it as a murder-suicide case and are continuing to investigate.
By Lyndsay McCabe June 25, 2013
After receiving numerous complaints from Long Islanders who have been dropped from their homeowners' insurance after Hurricane Sandy, Schumer is calling on the companies to restore their coverage or be penalized by FEMA.
By Long Island News & PR June 24, 2013
An expedited cleanup of the former Gulf Oil Terminal site has been ordered.
By Joe Randazzo May 19, 2013
Huntington might pass legislation for environmentally friendly tax breaks.
By Long Island News & PR May 14, 2013
Trained Staff to Help Sandy Victims with Applications for Federal Housing and Business Recovery Aid
By Lyndsay McCabe May 02, 2013
Though much of the hospital is still closed, Long Beach Medical Center is looking to reopen the emergency wing within the next few weeks, and to potentially relocate other wings to temporary facilities.
By Vickie Moller April 10, 2013
U.S. Sen. Charles E. Schumer, chair of the Hurricane Sandy Rebuilding Task Force, Monday called on the U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development to reimburse over a dozen LI school districts for costs to ...
By Long Island News & PR January 07, 2013
With his school community devastated by the historic storm, author and teacher Frank Nappi has committed to donating proceeds from his latest novel to Oceanside Community Service.