Earlier fears of an epic blizzard quickly turned to fury Tuesday, as businesses lost half a billion dollars in New York City alone because of the massive shutdown.
Four men were being detained in handcuffs at the mouth of the Holland Tunnel in Lower Manhattan Tuesday afternoon, after the tunnel was shut down in the middle of the evening rush.
The S’MAC gourmet macaroni and cheese restaurant in the East Village has been ordered closed by city health inspectors, who reported finding evidence of mice and other problems.
Holland Tunnel work completed much earlier than anticipated, the New Jersey State Police said on Twitter.
Some couples were supposed to be celebrating the happiest time of their lives in tying the knot, but they were instead left feeling blue after a popular party and wedding venue in DUMBO, Brooklyn suddenly closed.
The Barnes & Noble college bookstore at 105 Fifth Ave. in the Flatiron District closed its doors this week.
The Pier 17 mall at the South Street Seaport is closed and ready to be torn down, except for one business reportedly has refused to cease operations.
Delays estimated at 90 minutes were reported in the outbound Lincoln Tunnel Wednesday evening, following a multi-vehicle accident.
The popular Big Nick’s Burger Joint & Pizza Joint has closed its doors, after more than 50 years in business on the Upper West Side.
To help beat the heat many New Yorkers are rushing to local libraries, but the severe heat has actually shut down several libraries in Brooklyn.
For the next couple of months, much of the East and West drives in Central Park will be closed to automotive traffic.
The New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene inspected the Magnolia Bakery, at 401 Bleecker St. in the West Village, and reported five critical violations.
At least eight school districts on Long Island have canceled classes for Monday, in the wake of the blizzard that left more than 30 inches of snow in parts of Suffolk County.
Superstorm Sandy changed thousands of people’s lives, but it also changed many communities in ways they are only now starting to realize.
The Brooklyn Battery Tunnel will be affected by closures from 11 p.m. on Saturday until 3 p.m. on Sunday.