2,700 New Trees To Be Planted In Sandy-Ravaged Long BeachThe City of Long Beach, ravaged by Superstorm Sandy in the fall of 2012, is about to get a new look.
New Long Beach Fire Hydrants Won't Rust, Freeze, Or Get Opened By Wrong PeopleIn Long Beach, some revolutionary new fire hydrants have been turning a lot of heads.
Long Beach Residents Demand Sandy-Damaged Medical Center Be ReopenedThe barrier island of Long Beach is taking steps forward this summer in its Hurricane Sandy recovery. Churches, beaches, and the boardwalk have all slowly reopened. But not it’s only hospital.
FCC Holds Hearings On Sandy Communication FailuresIn addition to the physical devastation of superstorm Sandy, communications were disabled for many and the Federal Communications Commission is now holding hearings to try and prevent those failures in the future.
Christmas Trees Being Used In Long Beach Dune Restoration EffortNot since Hurricane Gloria in 1985 has a dune restoration project been launched on Nassau County's South Shore
Storm-Ravaged Long Beach Quietly Recovering In Face Of Serious AdversityLong Beach was a city making progress Friday, but some parts were so completely devastated, many of the residents said they couldn't see their way out their despair.
Long Beach Declaring Fiscal EmergencyEspecially in the summer, Long Beach is a gorgeous place to live and visit, with many people spending long hours in the water and on the boardwalk. But there is an ugly problem.