Long Beach Officials At Odds With Army Corps Of Engineers Over Completed Shoreline Protection ProjectAfter big waves flooded most of Long Beach during Superstorm Sandy, federal engineers say they have rebuilt and safeguarded the barrier island. But state and city officials say it's not time to celebrate.
Constant Rain Playing Havoc With Local Summer BusinessesMost weekends this summer have been punctuated with precipitation, vast amounts of rain that have ruined plans. It has also dampened profits for business that rely on the summer rush.
Long Beach Boardwalk Is Back One Year After SandyAt a ribbon cutting ceremony Friday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo declared the "boardwalk is better than before."
Sen. Schumer Calls New Long Beach Boardwalk A 'Knockout Punch' Against SandyThe original boardwalk on Long Beach was destroyed in storm. The reopening is part of the city's "Stronger, Smarter, Safer" reconstruction effort.
Long Beach Residents Enjoy Symbolic Weekend Opening Of BoardwalkThe 2.2-mile boardwalk, which was destroyed by superstorm Sandy, is expected to be ready for the crowds by November.
Long Beach Residents Lament Slow Boardwalk Rebuilding ProcessOne quarter mile of boardwalk facing the most popular beaches will open on July 23. The other 80 percent is expected to be complete by early November.