Superstorm Sandy victims are proving this Valentine’s Day that their love is stronger than the forces of nature.
Electric bills are out for Sandy victims on Long Island and they are causing a stir.
The Senate voted on the measure for the states hit by Superstorm Sandy early Monday evening. It passed by a vote of 62-36.
In about a month, the task force will put out a report on what needs to be done to help the residents. The lawmakers said that includes fighting insurance companies on behalf of homeowners.
With a clipboard in hand, mother and teacher Terry Reichel coordinates an army of volunteers and an avalanche of donations.
Across Long Island, free Thanksgiving meals are available for those who no longer have homes.
The Long Island village of Island Park is one of many hit hard by superstorm Sandy, but they’re trying to bounce back. It’s not easy, though.
Rita Chalvien’s car was crushed by a tree before she could evacuate her home of 43 years and then her house was destroyed by rushing flood waters during Sandy. Three days after the storm hit, her husband Mark, 86, suffered a heart attack.
On Long Island Wednesday, residents still slammed by Superstorm Sandy were suffering a second round of misery as the Nor’easter clobbered the area with snow.
The man was taken to a hospital where he was listed in stable condition.
Her aunt has the early stages of Alzheimer’s Disease and will soon be in an assisted living facility.
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