The Hugh L. Carey Tunnel and the Queens Midtown Tunnel both took on millions of gallons of water when the Oct. 2012 storm roared ashore.
Parts of the Tri-State area got another taste of winter after snow fell overnight and temperatures plunged to at or below freezing.
The flowers and trees in Central Park seem to be bursting into spring.
Christie said the state has made offers to purchase 265 homes in Sayreville and neighboring South River from willing sellers. So far, 175 have accepted.
March is not going out like a lamb. Drivers in Islandia were negotiating through three inches of slush around lunchtime.
Work gets under way this week at the West End Temple to transform the ruins of Sandy into Mayor Bill de Blasio’s much talked about vision for pre-K.
The flood watch remains in effect from late Saturday through Sunday evening.
Winds of 20 to 30 mph with gusts between 45 and 50 mph are possible, according to the National Weather Service.
Snow was falling in several parts of the Tri-State Area Tuesday night, but for most, chilling winds gusting up to 50 mph will make for the most unpleasant conditions.
It has been nearly 17 months since Sandy roared ashore and devastated homes and businesses. Some of those who are affected by the storm made their voices heard Tuesday.
More than 100 New York City public housing buildings damaged by superstorm Sandy will be getting new, federally funded boilers, Mayor Bill de Blasio and Sen. Charles Schumer announced Sunday.
Arson investigators were back on the scene of a deadly Point Pleasant Beach motel fire Sunday morning.
The relentless snow this winter caused the New York City Department of Sanitation to go over budget by $75 million.
In his long-range forecast, CBS 2 meteorologist Lonnie Quinn says the Tri-State area is facing a colder-than-average start to spring,
Congress passed a bill Thursday scaling back what had been drastic increases in flood insurance rates for many homeowners. It passed in the Senate by a vote of 72 to 22.