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Cars lineup for gas at Ultra Fuel in Levittown following Hurricane Sandy. The gas station charged $4.52 following the storm, according to the Attorney General.
Mickey May 5, 2013 at 10:44 pm
People panicked... but I don't know of too many hoarding gas. It was rationed pretty carefully. ItRead More ment waiting on lines in the cold for hours just to get a few more gallons...just to store away in case? And I believe the people had every right to panic. Cold houses, no hot food, trying to use the gas in the car sparingly? It was a night mare of a time for many families.
paul May 5, 2013 at 11:05 pm
Yes I will agree and you wont see me writing that to often, it was a chaotic situation. But itRead More certainly was not price gouging... And generators for the gas stations is not an answer.
sal May 6, 2013 at 05:04 pm
so who got the money when they were fined ....why don't you at least look up credit card numbers andRead More reimburse the people ....why does the money always go to the state? makes me sick !!!!!..............also come up with some recent news ok.....this is so old news !!!!
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Jordan Malik January 31, 2013 at 08:45 pm
We are Levittown residents who saw the signs for Clyde. It is absolutely amazing how much you careRead More for him. Every day we drove by your signs we would pray that you would find him. We are so, so glad he is home with you now and especially since your son has his buddy back. I am sure your dog will be treated like a king and he deserves it for what he went through.
Mickey January 31, 2013 at 10:21 pm
I got the "phone alert' from a pet finder organization you signed with, I believe it'sRead More LOSTMYDOGGIE.COM. That was a GREAT START!!! Then you're signs started... more and more, and better and better. You were T|IRELESS and I so applaud you!! You NEVER gave up! I constantly watched for Clyde everywhere I drove. I am always driving somewhere around Levittown and I got into the habit of looking down side streets as I passed them, and checking whole fields from one end to the other as I drove past parks and athletic fields looking for any sign of Clyde as I'm sure MANY dog lovers all over town were doing. I am so happy for your family, especially your son, that you all have Clyde back again!! Amazing story, and tireless love for you sweet Clyde!! (I have NEVER NOT had a dog...they own such a big piece of our hearts!)
Amy February 4, 2013 at 02:40 pm
So happy to read this! I'm sure his owners are breathing a sigh of relief!
Howard January 17, 2013 at 08:24 am
Steven, Thank you for including the information about the PORK in the Sandy Bill. With the EconomyRead More of the country going down the drain and the Main Stream Media not doing their job, thank you again Steve. If the Pork was removed from all of the Bills' put forth in the Senate and the Trillions were not spent on all the Non Essential thank you programs by the President, the US would not be in this Deficit situation.
Chris January 10, 2013 at 03:09 pm
"I am from the Government, and I am here to help you." The most frightening words inRead More the English language!!!!
Chris January 10, 2013 at 03:11 pm
Commissions, blue ribbon panels, and task force. When are we going to get some realRead More "Leaders?"
johnguthrieyates January 11, 2013 at 09:20 am
It's not a question of who ... but how ... this utility is run and until it is once againRead More completely and totally answerable to the New York Public Service Commission. Until this is changed back to the way it used to be, we haven't achieved a thing. Dennenberg's plans ... I heard it calls for hiring all the unemployed "Umpa Lumpa's" from the Wonka factory. I have learned to simply "lower my expectations" when ever he ha an idea
Boardwalk in Long Beach (day after landfall). See more photos on Instagram, @samrussoo Credit Samantha Russo
FedUpRealist December 20, 2012 at 04:28 pm
When you live by an airport, don't complain about the noise. When you live on a body of water, don'tRead More ask others - who don't live by the water, to pay for YOUR protection...If you're wealthy enough to live by the water, then pay for the protection YOURSELF!!!...'Just say no' to any tax payer funded relief.
leslie December 13, 2012 at 04:36 pm
I want to know why they couldnt ask Florida (who is prone to these situations) how to keepRead More everything up and running!!!! I think someone who is in the field should run it..not who he picked..
Ranger Sewer December 13, 2012 at 10:10 pm
Build your own Solar set up with a Wind turbine. Don't have to let anybody know and watch your billsRead More drop. You do not have to put solar panels on your roof to have them work. You can hide them in plan sight.
ConnectingDots December 24, 2012 at 04:26 am
Isn't this guy connected to Rockville Centre? I think his wife is a principal in one of the school?Read More Skelos strikes again.
Local residents seeking assistance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) will have additional time to file a claim.
Patrick Smith December 24, 2012 at 01:34 pm
Not any news of Long Beach residents getting flood insurance money, got one check and waiting forRead More second ( real slow)
will sherman December 12, 2012 at 01:28 am
After retiring from Banking I worked as a consultant for PSE&G and without a doubt the crewsRead More took great pride in restoring power during emergencies whether it be a hurricane or an ice storm. Good tough management but also a union that took pride in their work.
Chris Wendt December 10, 2012 at 04:31 pm
Okay the first new/old morning rush hour went like this. The 8:23 Express from Wantagh ran ExpressRead More from Freeport to Jamaica, as it was originally scheduled, then on to Penn. There was no crowding, in fact my car had just about exactly 50% seat occupancy into Jamaica. While "comfortable" that is not healthy for a rush hour train, because it indicates poor scheduling and pressure on future ticket prices to make up for this inefficiency. After leaving Freeport, the train announcements were still programmed for the local stops at Baldwin and RVC, and it was funny to hear the announcement: "This station is Baldwin" as the train went speeding past the platform at 75 MPH. In Jamaica, the transfer to the 8:53 Hunterspoint Avenue train was vintage LIRR performance. Instead of coming in on Track #1, it was the following train on Trank #2, plus it was 8 minutes late, you know, due to "equipment trouble". We could tell things had once again returned to "normal" on the LIRR. On the Hunterspoint Avenue train, I had a 4-seat compartment all to myself, despite the fact the train was only three cars long (double-decker Diesel). Has the MTA finally priced the LIRR out of sustainability?
Robert Demarco December 10, 2012 at 05:42 pm
When I arrived at the Wantagh Station at 6:15, a six minute delay was being announced for the 6:28Read More to Penn. Within 2 minutes, there was an announcement that the 6:28 was on time. It actually came into Wantagh about 5 minutes late, but that is considered on time in LIRR culture. The train was somewhat crowded, but not like the previous weeks.
Mo Bongs December 11, 2012 at 01:08 pm
What....a....difference! Hopefully, we will never have to endure a month and half of commutes likeRead More that.
Leslie Aronin December 7, 2012 at 02:57 pm
The Animal shelter has many caring and humanistic programs. Their Trap, Neuter, and ReturnRead More program is a wonderful free program that is an all out effort to humanly control the feral cat population. We in Hempstead Town are grateful for their service!