Week in Review: Sandy Effects Linger Through Election Week

A look back at the top stories of the week.

Effects of Sandy Don't Keep Locals From Hitting the Polls

Many in the Miller Place-Rocky Point area have spent the last week and a half enduring Hurricane Sandy and it's long-term effects, but on Election Day locals did not let anything stop them from getting out to the polls.

Technology Students Cast Their Ballots in Mock Election

President Barack Obama wasn't just reelected to a second term on Tuesday, but he was also the popular choice for students in Laurie Varriale’s technology class at Joseph A. Edgar Intermediate School.

Odd-Even Gas Rationing Begins Friday

Ten days after Hurricane Sandy slammed Long Island, a gas rationing system is set to go into effect Friday at 5 a.m., Nassau and Suffolk county officials have announced.

Long Island Restaurant Week Proceeding as Planned

Long Island Restaurant Week kicked off on Sunday, with local restaurants Alexandro's and Amici's in Mt. Sinai, Blond in Miller Place, Sea Basin and Spiro's in Rocky Point and Oceans 5 Seafood in Shoreham taking part.

Rocky Point High School’s varsity and junior varsity volleyball players helped to dig up donations for breast cancer research this October when they designated their home game against McGann-Mercy to the annual Dig Pink fundraiser.


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