More snow likely overnight into Friday
More snow is likely, perhaps an inch or two, for Long Island overnight into Friday morning, and then comes the ...
LI may see more snow later this week
East End residents dug, scraped and plowed their communities back to life Wednesday, more than 24 hours after that section ...
Friends remember teen killed in tubing accident
Elwood residents and students struggled Tuesday to cope with the death of a popular high school student in a snow-tubing ...
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Most roads on LI passable after storm
Municipal workers drove hundreds of payloaders, snowplows and trucks across Long Island, working through the day Tuesday to make many ...
Some LIers hit store, others surf after storm
They were neighbors helping neighbors. Some Long Islanders hustled to open businesses, others tried to enjoy a day off with ...
Some LIRR lines still out of service
The Long Island Rail Road expected to return to a mostly normal schedule in time for this morning's commute, but ...
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Forecaster: More snow could come this week
The winter storm that pummeled parts of Long Island with more than 2 feet of snow began slowly receding Tuesday afternoon, with the National Weather Service canceling a winter storm warning that had been in effect for western Suffolk County and at least two East End towns lifting their travel bans.
Storm leaves coastlines mostly unharmed
The snow may have walloped Long Island, but coastal areas were relatively unharmed by the massive storm that hit the ...
PSEG: Electric system survived storm
The winter storm that blanketed roadways left the electric system largely unscathed, PSEG Long Island said Tuesday, allowing the utility ...
Malls stay closed today due to storm
Several malls on Long Island will be closed all day Tuesday.Roosevelt Field mall, Walt Whitman Shops and Smith Haven Mall ...