Hurricane Sandy still dominated much of this week’s news coverage as the city continued to clean up after the late October storm and local groups donated items to its victims.
Alley Pond Environmental Center postponed its annual Green Gala in the wake of the storm and a Great Neck man was arrested in a series of Little Neck burglaries.
And state Sen. Tony Avella, D-Bayside, announced that he was renewing his snow removal program for seniors this winter.
Here is your Week in Review.
Take a look at Patch’s story on “Occupy Sandy.” Reviews in This Week at the Movies included “Lincoln” and “Skyfall.”
Check out these previews of upcoming Bayside Historical Society events and the Douglaston Little Neck Lions Club’s annual dinner dance.
The National Art League is hosting its 82nd annual members show this month. Find out which local organizations are still accepting donations for Hurricane Sandy.
And a Great Neck man was arrested for his alleged role in a series of burglaries in Little Neck last summer.
Alley Pond Environmental Center postponed its Green Gala fundraiser until the spring due to Hurricane Sandy.
Avella says he is seeking volunteers to take part in his snow removal program for seniors this winter. The Douglaston Club and a local construction company owner have donated money and equipment, respectively, to help victims of Hurricane Sandy in the Rockaways.
This week's Meet the Owner profile is of Bourbon Street's Mark Boccia.
Check out Patch's preview of the Samuel Field Y's upcoming Chanukah festival.