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  • A window of opportunity to keep heat inside

    If your old windows leak, fog and sweat puddles of condensation, you might replace them. But at $200 or more a unit and as much again for installation, high-quality, high-efficiency windows can break a home improvement budget. Another option: spend a lot...
  • Stimulus money for NY: All the numbers

     
    Schumer now has a release out on money for New York. It's after the jump, with all the numbers. It says LI gets $262 million in Medicaid money, not the $292 million Schumer mentioned on the phone. But that's still......
  • Speeding Nassau tax bill along - no questions asked

     
    Ever wonder how some things slip into law without anyone noticing the fine print? Here is the lead-up at the Nassau County Legislature Monday night to the passage of a bill imposing a 2.5 percent sales tax, requested by......
  • So far, Nassau homeowners stay cool about heating tax

     
    Nassau's new 2.5 percent tax on home heating fuel took effect June 1, but few residents have complained to date, according to County Executive Thomas Suozzi's press office. Press secretary Jennifer Kim said the county so far has logged just......
  • Hot Tips for Heater Safety

    Business is booming for home heating repair companies as the temperature keeps dropping. Mike Landers a technician with John Moore services says calls are coming in from people who need to fix or replace their home heating systems. "We've been pretty...
  • Suozzi: 'Things are as Bad as They Can Be'

    Nassau County workers will have to agree to an across-the-board pay cut of 7 percent to avoid layoffs, Nassau County Executive Thomas Suozzi told a special session of the County Legislature Monday. Nearly 1,000 workers -- including police officers --...
  • Utility Shut Offs Rise Due to Economy Trouble

    If you walked outside this morning, you know it's a little chilly.  It's a true sign that colder days are on the way.  And in these rough economic times, more and more people are having trouble paying to heat their homes. It's cold and so now everyone...
  • Home Heating can be Dangerous

    Because of the tough economy, more and more families are seeing their utilities shut off because of lack of payment. That can be especially dangerous if the utility turned off is heat. In Columbia, Lancaster County, Mayor Leo Lutz says temporary heat...
  • Natural Gas Used by About 80% People in PA

    There are nearly 70 million customers in the United States - including many right here in PA who rely on natural gas to meet their daily energy needs and many are concerned about home heating costs this winter      Roger Cooper - an executive vice...
  • Home Heating Shutoffs on the Rise

    Sunday marks the official start of winter, but taking a look at the forecast and the weather we've had, winter seems like it's already here. Now a new survey from the Public Utility Commission says less people are able to heat their houses during the cold...
  • Home Heating Price Contracts

    The cold season is upon us, and according to the Public Utility Commission, utility shutoffs are on the rise. More and more people seem to be unable to pay their bills. But now the Attorney General's office is telling consumers, double check those...