Official: Checks In The Mail For Thousands Of Long Islanders Still Rebuilding After SandyThe money in question will be used to help with future reconstruction and to help with mortgage payments for displaced homeowners. The checks will go to about 6,000 property owners.
L.I. Residents Call 'New York Rising' Storm Relief Program IncompetentThe New York Rising program was set up by the state to help victims of Superstorm Sandy rebuild, but many have said the program has failed to deliver.
Former Nassau County Executive Tom Suozzi Wants His Old Job BackThere is the potential for a Suozzi - Mangano rematch for Nassau County Executive in November.
EXCLUSIVE: Former Lifeguard Hailed A Hero, Saves Woman On L.I. Golf CourseMargaret Savarese of Massapequa was at the 8th tee on the blue course at Eisenhower Park when she suddenly collapsed.
New Rules To Reduce Helicopter Noise Between L.I. And ManhattanIt has been a problem over the heads of residents in the town of North Hempstead, Long Island for years.
North Hempstead Offering Biodegradable Leaf BagsOne Long Island town has an environmentally friendly way to dispose of those leaves on your front lawn.
East Meadow Residents Thrilled To Get Power Back After Week Of DarknessOn Long Island, about 89,000 customers remain in the dark as of Thursday night, but there is some power progress being made.
Long Island Yoga Instructor Uses Skype To Reach SeniorsSeniors in North Hempstead, Long Island have a new way to exercise.
Snow Removal Border War Between Queens, NassauOne side of the street is a snowy mess, but the other is lean and clear. Why the difference? That was the situation on Wednesday in Nassau County's Floral Park and Little Neck, just across the street in Queens.

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