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8 hrs ago |

NetAppVoice: What Is The Zero-Downtime, Immortal Enterprise?

Is there such a thing as an "immortal" enterprise? Imagine if all the technology behind your business never died-or even slept.


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11 hrs ago |

Corruption thy name is Democrat

Gov. Christie sacrificed Gov. Romney's bid for the presidency for the expediency of working with Obama to get immediate funds for Hurricane Sandy relief.


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15 hrs ago | Jamaica Observer

Smiles all around as Islington Post Office reopens

The smiles on their faces revealed the joy that the residents of Islington felt on Thursday, April 17 when the post office in the community was reopened after an 18-month closure, following the passage of Hurricane Sandy in October 2012.


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20 hrs ago | New York Daily News

'Same Circus, Different Clowns': Passaic Valley Sewerage still...

Gov. Chris Christie is under fire over the replacements hired at Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission's plants after much of the leadership was fired.


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Sat Apr 19, 2014

The Pretty Reckless create a modern rock masterpiece with 'Going To Hell'

The Pretty Reckless , fronted by Taylor Momsen , have been staring down the precipice of modern rock for a few years now trying to figure out the best route to the top.


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2014 Hurricane Forecast: Expect 'Less Active' Season, Researchers Say

The official start of hurricane season is less than two months away, on June 1. Although there were no hurricanes in 2013, Maryland has gotten walloped in the past.


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Comfort on four legs

It would be hard to pass the friendly and reserved black Labrador retriever without giving him a good pat.


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Salt Lake Tribune

Sandy's legacy

The hardest test of Mayor Bill de Blasio's vision and competence might end up being something quite different from expanding prekindergarten or affordable housing.


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The Jersey Journal

Hits and Misses: FEMA reimbursement for Mercer; Flu resurgence

HIT: One of the most fervent rivalries in professional hockey picks back up tomorrow at noon when the Flyers and Rangers square off at Madison Square Garden in the first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs.


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The Norwalk Daily Voice

Norwalk Offers Grants From Hurricane Sandy Relief Fund

Norwalk residents with Hurricane Sandy recovery needs that were not met by homeowner, renter and/or flood insurance, or federal loans can now receive aid from the Sandy Relief Fund.


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Naked Man At Walmart Says He Got The Wrong Drugs

A South Carolina man who walked into a Walmart wearing nothing but his shoes said he went "crazy" after getting his hands on the wrong drugs.


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Fri Apr 18, 2014

Suffolk County Announces Plans for Major Upgrade to Public Safety Communications

April 18, 2014 - Today, Suffolk County Police Commissioner Ed Webber joined Fire, Rescue, and Emergency Services Commissioner Joe Williams, Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone, representatives from the Joint Chiefs Council and fire personnel at the Patchogue Fire Department to unveil plans for a major upgrade to Suffolk County's public safety ... (more)


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Woman accused of living in stolen van with 2 kids, 13 cats says she's not a Hurricane Sandy victim

A Staten Island woman who'd hoped for a better life in Arizona was instead arrested after police said they found her living in a stolen U-Haul cargo van with her two children and 13 cats, parked on a Stapleton street.


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Post-Sandy NYC: Sandy-Damaged Brooklyn T.G.I Fridays Reopening Soon

Brooklyn's only T.G.I. Fridays , in Sheepshead Bay, has been closed ever since Hurricane Sandy inundated the restaurant with three feet of water.


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Dredging In The Manasquan Inlet Off Point Beach, Manasquan Shores

Emergency dredging at Manasquan Inlet following Hurricane Sandy's impact has already been completed, but additional projects in the inlet area are still planned, officials said.


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Grosvenor: Canada's Resilience Ranks High

A recent report from Grosvenor's research team suggests that Canadian cities could be the best bet for long-term real estate investment, with Toronto, Vancouver and Calgary taking the first, second and third spots respectively.

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Why rely on bad climate-change scare advice? Letter

It's been almost nine years since Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans and the Gulf Coast.


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Thu Apr 17, 2014

Plastics News

Polyair rebuilds from Sandy with help from Process Control

Hurricane Sandy gutted Polyair Inter Pack Inc.'s Carlstadt, N.J., plant more than a year ago, and Brian Clawson won't soon forget the devastation.


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Easter spirit arises in stained glass windows at Staten Island churches

Stained-glass windows at Staten Island churches have spiritual, artistic and historical significance that goes beyond religious denominations and the confines of parish buildings.


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CBS Local

Elliot Key Reopens After 18-Month Closure

Biscayne National Park's Elliot Key reopened Thursday, after being closed for nearly 18 months due to damage from Hurricane Sandy.


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