New York Rising
Hundreds of storm victims may have to pay back, not only parts of NY Rising grants, but hefty lawyer fees too.
The first of hundreds of state-owned storm-damaged homes are ready for auction on Long Island.
On the second anniversary of the day Superstorm Sandy devastated New York, many people are still recovering — and waiting for funding.
Hurricane Sandy roared through the Tri-State Area two years ago this week. While the rebuilding continues, so does the frustration. But some affected residents say there is good that came out of the disaster. Memories of the storm are fresh.
Neighbors claim ostentatious monstrosities are changing the landscape of their modest and historic community.
A Long Island couple received a check to help repair their home following superstorm Sandy but the amount was not what they were expecting.
The New York Rising program was set up by the state to help victims of Superstorm Sandy rebuild, but many have said the program has failed to deliver.
Checks are beginning to roll in from a fund earmarked for homeowners with rebuilding and repair costs not covered by insurance or FEMA.