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A storm of outrage caused by the Long Island Power Authority’s struggle to get power restored.
Much sand gone, but Irene’s direct blow from the south was a blessing.
Potentially one of the busiest summer weekends was boarded up and shut down by the winds and flooding Irene brought.
A shed at 42 Lily Pond Lane in East Hampton Village caught fire shortly after 9 yesterday morning.
Homeowners whose properties were damaged during the weekend’s storm received good news.
Power will be restored to 90 percent of the customers without it by late tomorrow.
    James Conklin’s business card for Home Sweet Home Solutions advertises “over 44 years of solving other people’s problems.” But the Conklins had a problem of their own on Sunday morning, when a large tree...
Forewarned regarding Hurricane Irene, the Hampton Classic's horse show's executive director on Friday announced the cancellation of Opening Day, which was to have been Sunday, and resolved to restart the ordinarily-weeklong hunter-jumper show on Wednesday, Aug. 31.
Ditch Plain lost most of its remaining dunes, but the vulnerable “motel row” in Montauk’s downtown business district was spared even though the storm surge entered through the road ends.