Good-hearted strangers pitch in to help Freeport woman rebuild

A contractor is helping a Freeport woman get

A contractor is helping a Freeport woman get her home back. (December 9, 2012 6:31 PM)

Some good-hearted strangers are helping a single mother from Freeport get back on her feet after Superstorm Sandy destroyed her home. Priscilla Weyant lost her Woodcleft Avenue home to the powerful storm and was also laid off from her job. She wasn't sure where to turn before she met Andrew diMonda, president of Long Island Painting and Remodeling. The contractor says he wanted to help those devastated...

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