Recovery has been rougher in some areas than others in the year after Superstorm Sandy.
Candles and flashlights will light up the shore along the East Coast as survivors of Superstorm Sandy pay their respects to what was lost when the storm roared ashore one year ago.
Police on Tuesday were searching for a man and woman who allegedly committed a robbery in a cab on Staten Island earlier this month.
On Tuesday, Mayor Michael Bloomberg toured the site at Crescent Beach on Tuesday where the 2,000 foot long berm is going in.
Hit hard by Superstorm Sandy a year ago, the Oakwood Beach neighborhood of Staten Island has become the first officially to give up on rebuilding.
Volunteers for her group, Feeding Family, are growing vegetables for meals at community gardens and cooking meals for 600 families a week.
Former first daughter Chelsea Clinton joined volunteers in the Rockaways and on Staten Island to help with renewal efforts a year after Superstorm Sandy.
The flooding from superstorm Sandy practically washed one Staten Island neighborhood off the map, and that has many residents anxious to leave for good.
The city has named the initiative “Close to Home,” but residents in Willowbrook, Staten Island neighborhood say the facility really is too close to home.
With Staten Island deer sightings on the rise, officials plan to start keeping track of animals from the sky.
Trains with open space rather than doors between cars, dedicated busways, and new “smart chip” systems to replace the current MetroCard system were among the ideas floated in a recent report outlining the needs of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority in the 20 years to come.
Dongan Hills resident Barbara Laing said about 60 turkeys call her maple tree home, and her family keeps busy cleaning up after them.
A fan who credits a Jets game with alerting her to what turned out to be breast cancer served as an honorary captain for the Jets’ game against the Pittsburgh Steelers this weekend.
A somber mass was held Sunday at a Staten Island church where a suspicious fire was being treated as a hate crime this weekend.
About 9,000 runners were pounding the pavement in Staten Island on Sunday.