Recovery has been rougher in some areas than others in the year after Superstorm Sandy.
One day short of a year after Superstorm Sandy, lives remain uprooted and a long journey remains before normal life resumes in Lindenhurst, Long Island.
A costly decision made in the hours leading up to Superstorm Sandy has been pinned on a mid-level manager at NJ Transit.
The city has secured funds for repairs and upgrades to the popular Nuyorican Poets Café in the East Village, after it suffered major damage as a result of Superstorm Sandy last year, according to a published report.
Repairs to the G train line were set to begin giving Brooklyn and Queens residents headaches beginning this weekend.
Residents of certain sections of Queens have said their beautiful, tree-lined streets are being massacred, and the storms of the past year are not to blame.
NJ TRANSIT on Wednesday approved $17 million in contracts for companies that are already involved in post-Superstorm Sandy repair work.
Parents in Nassau County were furious Tuesday night, upon learning that due to damage from Superstorm Sandy more than two months ago, thousands of students will be moved to new schools later this week.
Superstorm Sandy changed thousands of people’s lives, but it also changed many communities in ways they are only now starting to realize.
Despite critics who said it is too soon after Superstorm Sandy – and that construction in a flood zone is not a good idea – developers of what would be the world’s largest Ferris wheel on Staten Island are moving forward with their plans.
Union Beach remains in such poor shape a month and a half after Superstorm Sandy that some say the cost to rebuild may be just too much.
The Statue of Liberty survived Sandy unscathed, but the island she lives on was so severely ravaged that it remains unsafe for visitors more than a month later.
The Statue of Liberty survived Superstorm Sandy without any damage, but such was not the case for Liberty Island.
Weeks after Superstorm Sandy battered the Tri-State Area, some residents of the Connecticut shoreline will be unable to occupy their homes for weeks if not months.
Robert Moses State Park is known as a place for fun in the summertime sun, but it may have to remain closed for a long time to come in the wake of Superstorm Sandy.