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Beyonce took the internet by storm last week when she released her self-titled fifth album out of nowhere, and it's still dominating much of the online music discussion.
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With the help of the "Secret Sandy Claus" network, a Moore mother of two now plans to make Christmas a reality for dozens of families affected by the May 20th tornado.
Residents of the 1,600-unit Knickerbocker Village affordable housing complex are finally receiving rent rebates for damage suffered in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.
A crew of volunteers was hard at work Tuesday to repair the damage that beer-drinking vandals wrought last week inside the one-family house on 137 Freeborn St. in Midland Beach.
Two years ago, on a gorgeous November day, 12,000 activists surrounded the White House to protest the proposed Keystone XL pipeline.
The Colorado Department of Transportation announced in late November that it expected to beat a Dec. 1 deadline for reopening all highways damaged or destroyed by flooding in September.
Storm Ivar is passing through Northern Europe, and it looks like it wants to take Norway with it, one frustrated Christmas shopper at a time.
Miller Field is re-opening to the public for the first time since Hurricane Sandy.
A Philadelphia insurance adjuster has been jailed on charges he stole more than $700,000 from 29 successful claims made by people in the suburbs, including 10 stemming from property damage caused by Hurricane Sandy last year.
A 22-year-old Fairfield native was charged in court Friday in connection with 16 Fairfield burglaries and others in Greenwich, Wilton and Redding during the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy last year, police said.
Due to the high turnout at a Dec. 11 meeting, County Legislator Dave Denenberg, D-Merrick, will hosting two additional forums on how to apply for Superstorm Sandy Assessment Relief for tax years 2012-2013 and 2013-2014.
The prospects for a Hurricane Sandy-related class action seeking rent refunds from landlords across the state are "gravely in doubt," a state judge ruled.
Jamie Raskin likens the anxiety North Shore business owners feel post Hurricane Sandy to that motorists experience after a bad car accident.
The East Chop Association is petitioning the town of Oak Bluffs to reconsider taking ownership of the East Chop bluff, where severe erosion is threatening the stability of the bluff.
With all of Albany up for re-election next year, politics and policy could collide more than usual in the upcoming legislative session, which commences Jan. 8. But Staten Island's state lawmakers say they already have legislative items, along with district-specific issues, they're committed to pursuing, including advancing bills that stalled in the ... (more)
With the academic calendar's first major winter storm under its belt, and one week after the first weather-related school cancellation for many Fairfield and Westchester County districts, the attention of many parents is understandably turning to local rules and plans surrounding snow days.