Sandy caused billions of dollars in damage and left tens of thousands of people homeless after coming ashore Oct. 29. Six months later, major issues including housing, business, tourism and coastal protection still remain.
We’re all familiar with the advice, “If you see something, say something,” and if police in Brooklyn see a smartphone or tablet lying in your parked car in plain view, they will be saying something to you.
One Brooklyn neighborhood took a big step today on the road back from superstorm Sandy.
The State University of New York board of trustees may have voted to close down Long Island College Hospital, but some are hoping it won’t happen.
Police were investigating Saturday morning, after officers shot and killed a man who stabbed his roommate in the shoulder in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn.
The suspect was accused of stabbing his roommate in the shoulder. The roommate escaped the apartment and called 911.
The mercury has dropped to the teens, and the wind chill has made it feel like a mere 5 degrees, and some New York City residents can’t even find relief in their own homes.
Two months after superstorm Sandy, we are continuing to find out about the extent of the damage. Two NYPD warehouses were flooded out and now the city is dealing with the consequences.
The State of New York has received approval from the U.S. Department of Agriculture Food and Nutrition Service to free up funds for 10 complete and two partial ZIP codes in four of the five boroughs.
City officials said film and television productions bring in about $7 billion per year, but some residents said that comes at a cost of inconvenience.
Residents rallied in Lower Manhattan on Tuesday demanding, among other things, a two-month rent credit, a moratorium on evictions along with water and air testing
The New York State Department of Labor is administering the funds and will work with communities to help deploy workers to job sites.
Buildings are darker than the darkest nights and the stench of garbage and rotted food lingers in the air.
Earlier this year, we told you about a proposal to light up a pedestrian area under the Brooklyn Queens Expressway. Efforts to make the project a reality continue, but the people behind it need your help to get the job done.
Red Hook’s famous food vendors opened back up for the summer season over the weekend. The warm weather allowed for the loyal foodie fanbase to return for a taste of delicious South American specialties.