News

David E. Rattray
For those experts who have spent time studying and thinking about eastern Long Island’s resilience to storms like Hurricane Sandy, the consensus is that the time to stand and resist nature’s fury has passed.
Irene Silverman
In stricken communities all over the metropolitan area, libraries became a refuge last week for people seeking warmth, information, and connection.
Carrie Ann Salvi
Post-storm damage assessment, restoration, and cleanup have begun, with varied results among the towns, villages, and hamlets of the East End.
Joanne Pilgrim
Advisers push for deer management, online records, scav plant testing
Christopher Walsh
Word quickly spread, at midday on Tuesday, that 10 gallons of gas could be had, free of charge, at W.F. McCoy on Montauk Highway in Amagansett. By 12:30 p.m., a line of about 20 vehicles stretched from the service station to Cross Highway
Christopher Walsh
Insurance brokers say full assessment of damages will take long time
Larry LaVigne II
Hurricane Sandy may have dissipated, but she still wreaks havoc in many people’s lives, especially those who need medical attention.
Russell Drumm

Star Staff

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Larry LaVigne II
Poll watchers see a record turnout despite confusion in the wake of Sandy.