Exclusive: Families Out In The Cold Due To New RegulationsExperts say new regulations and fees put in place by the New York City Department of Buildings in the wake of the deadly explosion on Second Avenue in March of 2015 are to blame for keeping the gas at one Staten Island family's home off since a minor leak was repaired Tuesday.
DA: Unqualified Workers Hired To Complete Safety Logs At NYC Construction SitesManhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance announced that two companies and seven people have been indicted on charges that include grand larceny, fraud and forgery.
Brooklyn Residents Shaken Over Nearby Construction They Say Has Damaged HomesResidents in the Flatlands section of Brooklyn say they've endured months of house-shaking construction related to the construction of a nearly 200-bed homeless shelter on East 45th Street.
Snow Held Off But Wind Advisory In Effect Across RegionWinds of 20 to 30 mph with gusts between 45 and 50 mph are possible, according to the National Weather Service.
Staten Island Homes, Structures Badly Damaged By Sandy To Be Demolished The homeowners have until Tuesday morning to issue any objections to the planned demolition.
New York City Hits Sandy Victims With 'Failure To Maintain' Property CitationResidents in one Queens neighborhood are crying foul after they were written up for failing to clean up the city's own mess. It is yet another new complication in life after Superstorm Sandy.
Water Bills Suspended For Some NYC Hurricane Sandy VictimsNew York City is temporarily suspending water bills for customers whose properties were severely damaged by the storm.
Redeemer Presbyterian's Expansion Causing Uproar On Upper West SideResidents who live near the Redeemer Presbyterian Church at 150 W. 83rd Street aren't counting their blessings when it comes to location.

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