Construction rigs for a natural gas pipeline have been set up on the ocean, and they are not going anywhere for a while. And the project is making waves.
CBS 2 previously reported on mold and trash that had built up in homes that were abandoned after the storm. On Tuesday, CBS 2 got action.
Moldy trash remained in homes that were still abandoned 20 months after Superstorm Sandy, and residents have demanded a cleanup.
New York City is leading the drive to be ready in case of another housing emergency like the one that followed Superstorm Sandy.
A four-mile steel wall is going up along the Jersey Shore beachfront, in one of the biggest projects that New Jersey will undertake to keep residents safe from storms like Superstorm Sandy.
Con Edison said Tuesday it is investing $1.3 billion to meet added summer energy demand in New York City and Westchester County.
New Jersey Gov. Christ Christie said Wednesday that the state will have enough federal aid to help rebuild all eligible homes destroyed by Superstorm Sandy.
Two Sandy-damaged beaches on Long Island have been fully restored, and are now ready to open for Memorial Day.
New York state lawmakers on Tuesday passed legislation proposed by Mayor Bill de Blasio, which would prevent higher tax bills for city residents who rebuilt or repaired their homes after they were damaged by Superstorm Sandy.
Two friends in New Jersey are helping reunite victims of superstorm Sandy with their belongings that were washed away.
Deborah Robinson said she was turned away when she tried to stay at the motel because she walks with a cane following a stroke.
New Jersey state officials said Monday that settlements have been reached with two hotels and a gas station accused of price gouging following Superstorm Sandy.
It has been 19 months since Superstorm Sandy hit the Tri-State Area, but the rebuilding process has been painfully slow. Thousands have claimed they are being short-changed when it comes to getting the insurance money they need.
The pastor of a church in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn – and other residents – claimed work by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority has been causing vibrations in the building.
The federal government on Friday offered some Superstorm Sandy victims some hope that they will not see a repeat of the endless lines at gas stations that followed the storm.