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Sandy batters Long Island
1 death: Glen Cove
A sailboat brought in Monday night by the storm surge from megastorm Sandy sits beached Tuesday on West Shore Road in Oyster Bay. (Oct. 30, 2012) (Credit: Newsday / Bill Bleyer)
Public works supe fired for Sandy overtime
The Glen Cove City Council has fired public works supervisor Kevin Monahan for putting in ... Read More »
Recognition for West Shore Road work
The Nassau County Department of Public Works has gotten plenty of grief from North Shore ... Read More »
Meeting tonight on West Shore Road project
Officials from the Nassau County public works department will speak tonight about the project to ... Read More »
Bayville Bridge due to open April 17
The Bayville Bridge, a drawbridge linking Bayville and Mill Neck that was knocked out of ... Read More »
Glen Cove worker suspended over Sandy OT
A Glen Cove public works supervisor has been suspended for 30 days without pay, according ... Read More »
Glen Cove OKs mutual-aid deal with Long Beach
The Glen Cove City Council on Tuesday night approved a resolution authorizing Mayor Ralph Suozzi ... Read More »
West Shore Road to partially reopen
West Shore Road in Mill Neck, which has been closed since superstorm Sandy undermined it, ... Read More »
Town: Free mulch for residents, businesses
The abundance of fallen trees and branches collected by Oyster Bay Town in the aftermath ... Read More »
Post-Sandy, residents deal with mystery holes
Something has been happening under the Massapequa properties of the Sileo and Pereira families since ... Read More »
Sandy-affected businesses help in Nassau
Nassau County Executive Edward Mangano is urging business owners to use all available resources to ... Read More »
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