Nassau County Arrests Contractors Preying on Hurricane Sandy Victims


Westbury- Chris Collora reports on the result of a two month Nassau County sting operation that targeted contractors allegedly scamming Hurricane Sandy Victims.

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LI South Shore Mansions, Part V- Sagtikos Manor


Part 5 of Chris Collora’s South Shore Mansions Series features Sagtikos Manor in Bay Shore, now a Suffolk County owned historic site and house museum. Series based on the new book Long Island Historic Houses of the South Shore. For more information, check out https://www.facebook.com/LongIslandHistoricHousesoftheSouthShore

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Project Eyesight Helps Provide Free Glasses to Disabled and Low Income Communities


Brookville- Chris Collora reports on a new innovative called Project Eyesight from Emerging Vision which aims to provide free glasses to disabled and low income communities.

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1st Annual Sea Fair at Glen Cove Announced


Glen Cove-Chris Collora reports on the upcoming first annual Sea Fair at the Glen Cove Waterfront to take place July 6th and 7th.

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LI’s South Shore Mansions, Part IV- The Trenchard Estate/LI Yacht Club


Part 4 of Chris Collora’s South Shore Mansions Series features the Trenchard Estate in Babylon, now owned by the Long Island Yacht Club. Series based on the new book Long Island Historic Houses of the South Shore. For more information, check out https://www.facebook.com/LongIslandHistoricHousesoftheSouthShore

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LI’s South Shore Mansions, Part III- Wereholme/Scully Mansion


Part 3 of Chris Collora’s South Shore Mansions Series features Wereholme in Islip built in 1917 for Louisine Peters-Weeks, now known as the Scully mansion, managed by the Seatuck Environmental Association. Series based on the new book Long Island Historic Houses of the South Shore. For more information, check out https://www.facebook.com/LongIslandHistoricHousesoftheSouthShore

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Towers of Freedom 9/11 Military Monument in Massapequa Closer to Completion


Massapequa- Chris Collora reports on the installation of the 9/11 steel towers as part of the new Towers of Freedom Military Monument in Massapequa’s John Burns Park.
The towers of freedom military monument in John Burns Park in Massapequa is one step closer to completion after several workers and community members turned out recently to install the two huge steel towers made from real World Trade Center recovered metal, donated from Sims Steel. This is the latest phase in the project, which the group hopes to have completed by September 11 of this year. For more information you can check out www.towersoffreedom.com

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