Video: ‘Speeding’ Snow Plows Damage Cars, Endanger Customer At LI DealershipIt's just the beginning of winter, and one Long Island man is already calling on the state to tell snow plow drivers to "slow down," after several cars on his car dealership lot ended up with several bumps and bruises.
Brutal Winter Sent NYC Sanitation Dept. Snow Budget Into The RedThe relentless snow this winter caused the New York City Department of Sanitation to go over budget by $75 million.
'Snow Rage' Pits Storm-Weary Residents Against Plow Drivers Just Trying To Do JobsPeople have found themselves fed up with the hassle of plowing, shoveling and salting. In fact, people have been pushed to the edge to the point where they have been taking out their frustrations on plow drivers.
Snow Shovel Wielding High School Students Help Dig Out Waterbury, Conn. SchoolsThe students are earning $8.25 an hour for their work shoveling out the schools.
Ceaseless Snow Means Piles Of Money For NY Snow RemoversThe piles of snow left by the latest snowstorm have meant piles of money for those who help clear it all away. In Westchester County, private contractors are in the midst of a banner year.
FEMA To Inspect N.J. Blizzard Damage On MondayAfter the fifth largest snowstorm in New Jersey over the past 100 years dumped nearly three feet of snow across the Garden State, Gov. Chris Christie is hoping the Federal Emergency Management Agency will be able to provide some relief.
Investigation Will 'Make Sure' Protest Didn't Occur Bloomberg called the slow response to clearing snow from city streets "unacceptable." He said he doesn't believe the Sanitation Department dragged out the plowing process, but will launch an investigation.
Bloomberg Admits NYC Flubbed Blizzard ResponseStreets remain in the city’s outer boroughs that still haven’t been plowed three days after the tri-state was blasted with a weekend blizzard, and Mayor Bloomberg is admitting the city messed up.
NYC Woman: Better Storm Prep Could Have Saved My MomA woman in Queens wants a personal apology, saying the city's flawed response is to blame for her mother’s death during Sunday's blizzard.
Slush Olympics: Snow Makes It Tough For Pedestrians, TooSnow mounds left by plows have created a sort of slalom course for cars on the roads, and on the sidewalks, pedestrians don’t have it much easier.

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