Ferry Service to Fire Island to Be Suspended Due to Hurricane Earl

As Hurricane Earl approaches New York, Fire Island Ferries has announced it will suspend service starting tomorrow at 3 pm:

"Fire Island Ferries will suspend service from Bay Shore at 3 p.m. tomorrow. It said ferries would resume early on Saturday, Sept. 4, once conditions improve. The Sayville Ferry Company told the News the 7 and 8 p.m. ferries to the Fire Island Pines tomorrow night are cancelled. Ferries to Cherry Grove remain unaffected as of this posting."

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—  John Wright

Hurricane Earl Aims For East Coast

Hurricane Earl was upgraded to a “major category three” storm this morning by the National Hurricane Center. It looks like Labor Day Weekend could be rather wild for some of us. The last hurricane to hit the northeast was 1991’s Hurricane Bob.

Joe. My. God.

—  John Wright