A Long Island gym owner has been arrested on identity theft charges, police said.
“Mary Magdalene,” a song co-written by Dan Beck, Gary Lucas and Jann Klose, was created to bring attention to the people still struggling to get their lives back to normal two years after the Oct. 29, 2012 storm.
Hurricane Sandy roared through the Tri-State Area two years ago this week. While the rebuilding continues, so does the frustration. But some affected residents say there is good that came out of the disaster. Memories of the storm are fresh.
A Long Island woman was out of custody on bail Monday evening, after being charged with stealing $59,000 worth of Lego sets to sell on eBay.
The event, which raised money to benefit firehouses that were damaged during Hurricane Sandy, was held at Peter’s Clam Bar on Long Beach Road.
Deborah Robinson said she was turned away when she tried to stay at the motel because she walks with a cane following a stroke.
A bell dedicated to the memory of the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre was stolen from a playground on Long Island this weekend.
Sandy submerged the library in five feet of water, destroying more than 20,000 books.
Town of Hempstead Supervisor Kate Murray said residents whose homes were damaged or destroyed can make improvements to protect against another major storm.
Mike and Gabrielle Fehlig were on hand to watch their new home get put together piece by piece. Their old home, which was built in the 1920’s, was destroyed during the storm.
In just a few short days, Sandy-ravaged Island Park residents raised thousands of dollars in supplies for Oklahoma tornado victims.
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.