The city of Boston woke up Saturday morning with a new sense of security and relief Saturday morning.
U.S. Rep. Michael Grimm (R-N.Y.) on Saturday called on federal home mortgage entities to help homeowners who were impacted by Superstorm Sandy stay in their homes.
President Barack Obama on Tuesday night signed the $50.5 billion Sandy relief package into law.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo next week will deliver his third State of the State address, setting an agenda that was set to include gun control and raising the minimum wage.
For those devastated by Superstorm Sandy, the new year brings new hope of better days to come – and also an emphasis on helping others in need.
In an email to WCBS 880 the Mayor’s Office said that reports of an order to take down the tent city are unfounded, but Graziano said she is still cautious, and wants the city to help find tents in a warmer location.
Legends of the world of music took the stage at Madison Square Garden for the “12-12-12″ concert Wednesday night, as many victims of Superstorm Sandy continue to suffer and require help.
The New York State Department of Labor is administering the funds and will work with communities to help deploy workers to job sites.
If you are looking for ways to offer support in the aftermath of superstorm Sandy, many organizations are looking for extra manpower or resources to aid in the relief effort.
From the stress of dealing with the aftermath of back to back storms, to dealing with the outcome of the presidential elections – which not everyone agreed on – we know there are parents out there that could use some tips on teaching their kids to cope.
The community has set up a command center in St. Francis de Sales Church.
Chopper 2 saw the military vessel in the Atlantic Ocean, a part of the federal response to superstorm Sandy. It is a hopeful sight for folks in Queens, who were among some of the hardest hit residents during the storm.
Benefits under the federal “Disaster Supplemental Nutrition Program” were opened up to Connecticut families after the storm. They could requesting and receive money to replace spoiled food and cover other expenses.
“We’re still watching many buildings fell down. We feel very bad. We’re watching what’s going on there,” said Brooklyn resident Riza Atas.