Mayor Bill de Blasio and other city officials announced a major capital commitment Thursday to protect Lower Manhattan from flooding.
Lindenhurst homeowner Michelle Insinga, who runs several Sandy recovery Facebook pages, said dozens of people began complaining about getting suspicious emails.
One New Jersey girl has turned her summer hobby into a business, and she’s donating the money she makes to Superstorm Sandy recovery efforts at the shore.
It’s an offer you’d think homeowners can’t refuse: the possibility of more money on their damaged home claims from FEMA.
The Sandy Transparency Act, signed into law, will help keep victims in the loop from now on.
The library on Beach 94th Street is just two blocks from Rockaway Beach and was devastated by Sandy’s floodwaters.
The rusted shipwrecked sailboat has been sitting there since Hurricane Sandy.
The owners of the iconic Seaside Heights amusement pier on the Jersey Shore have received state approval to rebuild a portion of the site.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency on Friday said it strongly encourages people to submit their requests for reviews of Superstorm Sandy-related payments by Sept. 15.
Around-the-clock emergency medical care has returned to Long Beach for the first time since Superstorm Sandy.
The tunnel that carries the A and C lines between Manhattan and Brooklyn will be shut down in both directions for Sandy-related repair work.
Campers dressed as Minecraft, the grim reaper, and Rainbow Dash traveled from cabana to cabana Friday for some very tasty treats.
Homes built on pilings fit in well in beach communities and can stand up to storms, but some Long Island towns and villages are banning such open foundations.
A new study finds the lingering effects of Superstorm Sandy are taking a toll on the mental health of New Jersey residents impacted by the storm.
The $3.85 million grant will go toward an over $6.7 million post-Sandy project for homes near the coastal lake.