The devastated landscape has changed the face of real estate in the Rockaways.
Toll collections resumed Saturday morning at two bridges in the storm-damaged Rockaways.
P.S./M.S. 114 and P.S. Q256 opened their doors, the Department of Education said. It was the first time students were allowed back into their schools since the storm hit.
A teenage suspect has been charged with the murder of a man in the Rockaways late last week.
While many were preparing for Thanksgiving this Tuesday night, residents in areas still devastated by Superstorm Sandy were still trying to rebuild their lives. A group of volunteers was working hard Tuesday night to make sure they are able to give thanks.
Residents of the Ocean Bay public housing complex in Far Rockaway have been struggling with heat and hot water problems ever since Superstorm Sandy hit nearly three weeks ago.
The cleanup from Hurricane Sandy is overwhelming in some communities and it couldn’t be done without legions of volunteers.
When the Rockaway Peninsula got blasted by Hurricane Sandy, the police were hit like everyone else — battered and flooded.
Residents of Belle Harbor, Queens, recalled their harrowing experience during the horrors of Superstorm Sandy on “60 Minutes” Sunday.
For those on Long Island without power since Sandy struck, there is word from the Long Island Power Authority that they won’t want to hear.
Families returned to Breezy Point, Queens, on the Rockaway Peninsula Wednesday night, after a devastating fire decimated their tight-knit community.
While the raging fire in Breezy Point received much of the attention in the wake of Superstorm Sandy in the Rockaways, destruction on the peninsula in Queens is far more widespread.
Nine people have been arrested for allegedly stealing from businesses near the Rockaways in Queens during and after Superstorm Sandy.
The two twisters that touched down Saturday are the latest of about 60 small tornadoes that have hit the area in the past
half-century, the years for which complete data are available.
A pair of powerful, funnel-shaped clouds landed in New York City on Saturday. At first, nobody was really sure what to call them.