Volunteers with Orthodox Union and Habitat for Humanity are building a new house for a Long Island man who lost his home in Superstorm Sandy.
Long Beach police say a crowd of 800 to 1,000 people gathered on a beach for what was billed as a sunset watch on Saturday night but it turned into a rowdy, mask-free, boozy party.
Some officials believe the subpar weather this weekend and on Monday worked in their favor by buying time to come up with future plans for the beaches.
Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone and Nassau County Executive Laura Curran are restricting access to some beaches to residents only.
Frustrated with the lack of help and services for the Hispanic community Circulo de la Hispanidad was born.