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Northern Brookhaven was crippled as Hurricane Sandy tore down trees and power lines and flooded Long Island Sound beaches. In the wake of the recovery, the news is moving so fast it may be hard to keep track.

To make it easier, we've gathered all the updates we've posted on Hurricane Sandy, from before it arrived to after it blazed through Long Island. We'll keep updating this list, so check back often.

If you don't see something below and need the info, leave a comment and we'll be sure to get you what you need.

An if you'd like to keep track of nearby regions, here is our full coverage from the East End and Smithtown.


  • Hurricane Stalls Some Local Political Campaigns
  • Cuomo: Homeowners Will Not Pay Hurricane Deductibles
  • LIST: Several Supermarkets Open in Suffolk County Following Hurricane Sandy
  • State Parks Closed Across Long Island
  • LIPA: Extra Crews Arrive as 850K Wait for Power
  • UPDATED: LIRR Back With Limited Service
  • Suffolk County Says Water is Safe
  • LIRR Service Suspension Continues Wednesday
  • County Update: 17 Rescued From Fire Island With 10 Pets
  • Cuomo: Storm Brings 'New Reality'
  • Hurricane Sandy: Long Island Live Blog
  • State Reopens Long Island Parkways North of Montauk Highway
  • All Long Island Parkways Closed
  • All Parkways in Nassau and Suffolk Closed
  • Hurricane Sandy Storm Tracker
  • Suffolk County Opens Emergency Shelters Sunday Morning
  • SHARE: Halloween Decorations Coming Down Ahead of Frankenstorm?
  • LIPA: Customers Should Prepare For Possibility of Extended Outages
  • Hurricane Sandy: Suffolk County Exec Declares State of Emergency
  • Frankenstorm Spooks Long Island Tweeters


  • Greenway Organization to Survey Trail this Weekend
  • Search for HMS Bounty Captain Suspended; Coast Guard to Investigate
  • Recharge Your Electronics at Local Charging Stations
  • Brookhaven Officials 'Discouraging' Trick-or-Treating
  • Updated: Area Closings and Cancellations After Hurricane Sandy
  • Mad Scramble at Local Marinas to Pull Boats Ahead of Sandy
  • Schools Announce Closings on Wednesday
  • PHOTOS: High Tide at Height of Storm Floods Port Jefferson Village
  • Drivers Warned to Stay Off Roads Even as Weather Conditions Improve
  • One Dead After Early Morning Crash With Cop Car in Port Jefferson Station
  • PHOTOS: Aftermath of Hurricane Sandy
  • Mayor: Keep off the Roads in Port Jefferson
  • VIDEO: Water Floods Main Street in Port Jefferson
  • HMS Bounty Member in 'Critical Condition' After Rescue
  • Brookhaven Animal Shelter Closed for Hurricane Sandy
  • VIDEO: East Beach in Port Jefferson Before Hurricane Sandy
  • Mandatory Evacuation For Downtown Port Jefferson
  • PHOTOS: Preparations Being Made For Hurricane Sandy in Port Jefferson
  • Storm Closings in the Port Jefferson Area
  • Port Jefferson Ferry Company Suspends Service
  • Brookhaven Town Issues Mandatory Evacuation of Low Lying Areas
  • Area Schools Announce Closings Due to Storm
  • Storm Prompts Stony Brook University to Cancel Monday Classes
  • Town of Brookhaven Declares State of Emergency
  • County: Port Jefferson Could Experience "Record Tidal Flooding"
  • Mayor: Update on Village Preparations for Hurricane Sandy
  • Village Meets to Plan Response to Hurricane Sandy
  • Mayor Declares State of Emergency For Port Jefferson Ahead of Storm
  • Some Prepare For Hurricane Sandy While Others Wait it Out
  • Town of Brookhaven Holds Multi-Agency Hurricane Sandy Briefing



  • Friday Outage Update: Much of Mt. Sinai Restored
  • Recharge Your Electronics at Local Charging Stations
  • Brookhaven Officials Using County Resources to Expedite Sandy Recovery
  • Photos: Water Recedes But Effects Still Evident at Cedar Beach
  • Brookhaven Officials 'Discouraging' Trick-or-Treating
  • All Local Districts to Remain Closed Thursday
  • Widespread Outages Bring a Crowd to Crazy Beans in Miller Place
  • Wednesday Outage Update: Restorations Begin But Many Still Powerless
  • Fallen Tree Crushes Car in Mt. Sinai
  • Local School Districts to Close Wednesday
  • Tuesday Outage Update: Thousands in Area Remain Powerless
  • SHARE YOUR PHOTOS: Hurricane Sandy Approaches Miller Place-Rocky Point
  • Power Outages Begin Piling Up as Sandy Strengthens
  • SHARE YOUR PHOTOS: Prepping for Sandy in Miller Place-Rocky Point
  • Brookhaven Town Issues Mandatory Evacuation of Low Lying Areas
  • Storm Prompts Stony Brook University to Cancel Monday Classes
  • UPDATE: All Local Districts Announce Closings
  • Town of Brookhaven Declares State of Emergency
  • Town of Brookhaven Holds Multi-Agency Hurricane Sandy Briefing
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