After superstorm Sandy, most people in New York City knew there was aid out there somewhere. but some didn’t even try to find it.
While the actual St. Patrick’s Day isn’t coming for a couple of weeks, a parade was held in the Rockaways Saturday as a source of hope for those affected by Superstorm Sandy.
A warning ignored is the subject of a new documentary about the Rockaways. With the Rockaways in ruins, scrawled on the wall of a handball court by the beach were the words: “John Cori Warned You.”
The Rockaways had a furry visitor today. It spent the morning on the beach and was monitored by Urban Park Ranger Martha Brodylo while it basked.
Southeastern Connecticut saw by far the largest number of outages across the region, but New England bore the brunt of the outages.
Mayor Bloomberg also warned residents living in low-lying coastal areas that flooding may occur as the storm barrels through the Tri-State.
When you click through to the subway system map on the MTA website, you can now do more than just stare at it. It has been made interactive.
The devastated landscape has changed the face of real estate in the Rockaways.
Victims of Superstorm Sandy who are staying in temporary housing aren’t expecting room service, but some say that they are living in shocking conditions.
Bitter arctic air has a firm grip on the Tri-State Area and isn’t about to let go anytime soon.
A school that became a relief center in the Rockaways after superstorm Sandy is a school again.
Volunteer ambulance squads aren’t just found in the suburbs. They exist in New York City as well.
In Belle Harbor, volunteers pitched in to help the Red Cross feed Sandy-affected residents on this Christmas.
“For many of them, there’s a loss of faith perhaps. A loss of hope. A loss of concern. A loss of the sense of the future,” Father Michael Gribbon of Blessed Trinity Parish told WCBS 880′s Peter Haskell.
The massive Breezy Point blaze broke out around 8:30 p.m. on Oct. 29, right as Sandy and the ensuing storm surge made their impacts felt in New York City.