A congressional task force has been put to work for the effort to get federal money to people still trying to rebuild after Superstorm Sandy.
Hundreds of storm victims may have to pay back, not only parts of NY Rising grants, but hefty lawyer fees too.
Rock star Jon Bon Jovi and local charities are opening an anti-hunger center in a section of the New Jersey shore devastated by Superstorm Sandy.
A Queens family had been stuck living in their yard since Superstorm Sandy hit two and a half years ago, but with the help of hundreds of volunteers, their home finally has been repaired.
The project will include the construction of thousands of feet of levees and flood walls as well as tide gates and pump stations.
The money will used at 33 developments damaged by the 2012 storm.
Stringer’s office examined the city’s Build it Back and found there were double billings and a lack of accountability.
A new federal audit shows New Jersey had to submit an application to extend one post-Superstorm Sandy aid program 15 times before it was approved.
The City of Long Beach, ravaged by Superstorm Sandy in the fall of 2012, is about to get a new look.
CBS2’s Christine Sloan spoke to one family who said a pole problem is taking a toll on them.
The first of hundreds of state-owned storm-damaged homes are ready for auction on Long Island.
David Glass, deputy commissioner of the state Department of Environmental Protection, said the homes were all bought out under the state’s Blue Acres program and the families were relocated.
The congressional candidate said the federal government made life for Sandy victims even worse.
Following Superstorm Sandy, those in Lower Manhattan’s South Street Seaport and Battery Park City know how bad the flooding can be.
The attorneys for the Sandy victims said the companies manipulated software to exclude sales taxes, cheating victims out of tens of thousands of dollars.