New York, New Jersey Still Unprepared For Storm Like Hurricane Sandy, Report SaysThe Department of Housing and Urban Development’s former regional administrator Holly Leicht recommends 41 improvements.
South Ferry Subway Station Reopens Nearly 5 Years After Superstorm SandyAfter more than $340 million in repairs, the new station once again welcomed commuters.
Owners Say Aluminum ‘Survival Pods’ Could Be The Difference Between Life And DeathIn cases of natural disasters like hurricanes, typhoons, and tsunamis, getting to safety fast can be the difference between life and death -- it can also be impossible.
Real Estate Agents Blame Dip In Shore Rentals On Soggy Spring WeatherThe unofficial start of summer is here, and real estate agents in Monmouth and Ocean counties said there are still plenty of properties to rent.
Almost 5 Years Later, Some Sandy Victims Are Still Waiting For HelpBrooklyn and Queens homeowners are still waiting for the help they were promised after Superstorm Sandy.
$1.2-Million Repair Job Underway On Iconic Fire Island LighthouseFor many, the Fire Island lighthouse is the very symbol of Long Island. For nearly 160-years, it has helped to guide mariners.
Best Of Mike Francesa: Reaction To Hesitancy To Cancel Marathon After Superstorm SandyAs Bloomberg continued to defend his decision, WFAN's Mike Francesa took issue with the mayor when he opened his show on that Friday, Nov. 2, 2012.
Four Years After Superstorm Sandy, Staten Island Woman Moves Into New Home In Old NeighborhoodA Staten Island woman has waited four long years to say "there's no place like home," after Superstorm Sandy nearly destroyed her house.
With Cost Of Living On The Rise, Working Class Ocean County Families Turn To Food PantriesThe rising cost of living in the Tri-State area has hit some harder than others, adding to the ranks of the working poor.
'Build It Back' Contractors Accidentally Flood Superstorm Sandy Victim's Home AgainThousands of families are still struggling to rebuild their homes in the wake of Superstorm Sandy's devastation. Many have been caught in the delays and red tape of the city's struggling "Build It Back" program.
Saturday Marks 4 Years Since Superstorm SandyNew York City Mayor Bill de Blasio visited Staten Island on Saturday, expressing regret that the "Build It Back" program will not meet its deadline.
Road To Recovery Continues For Those Who Turned To Drugs After SandyThe devastating impact of Superstorm Sandy extends beyond the physical damage. Some people who turned to drug use after the storm hit, are still recovering four years later.

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