Port Jefferson remains in the dark following nor'easter

? The nor?easter is an added headache for those who have not had their power back since Sandy hit. LIPA says complications in neighborhoods, like

PORT JEFFERSON - ? The nor?easter is an added headache for those who have not had their power back since Sandy hit. LIPA says complications in neighborhoods, like Port Jefferson, could mean extended time in the dark.

About 25 percent of the Village of Port Jefferson is still without power since Sandy.

Port Jefferson Village Mayor Margot Garant says she is encouraging everyone to stay inside. LIPALIPA outages creep back up as nor'easter bears downNews 12 LI Weather Center

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