Oyster Castles In Raritan Bay Intended To Protect Coastline From Intense, Frequent StormsAn expanse of the Raritan Bay off of Weapons Naval Base Earle in Leonardo, is secured water, now it's even more secure.
79th Street Boat Basin Reopens After Sandy RepairsThe boat basin's so called A-Dock, which is a 370-foot-long fixed pier, has been closed to the public since the October 2012 storm.
Missing House Numbers Raise Concerns In AmityvilleAfter Superstorm Sandy, Village of Amityville Deputy Mayor Jessica Bernias said she realized many homes that were damaged had the house numbers removed and never replaced.
CBS2 Demanding Answers: Neighbors Say Abandoned Moonachie House Is Spoiling CommunityResidents are fed up in a New Jersey neighborhood, complaining that their borough has done little to address a mess at an abandoned home that was flooded during Superstorm Sandy.
Audit Faults New York Tourism Promotion After Damaging StormsThe report released by the Office of Inspector General at the U.S. housing department says New York state officials failed to comply with federal rules on contract procurement and did not ensure the money was spent effectively.
New York Awards $12-Million To Provide Generators To Gas Stations Along Evacuation RouteGovernor Andrew Cuomo wants to ensure that along the hurricane evacuation route strategically located gas stations with at least four pumps are operational and able to provide gas to first responders.
Troublesome Abandoned Home Being Demolished On Staten IslandA family on Staten Island may finally be able to use their backyard after a long delay.
NYC Marks Start Of Atlantic Hurricane Season With New Flood Safety InitiativesThe new signs will outline the borders of designated hurricane or coast flooding evacuation zones -- letting residents know if they're in a zone, rather than marking an evacuation center.
Staten Island Family Banned From Using Own Backyard Due To Neighboring 'Zombie Home'A Staten Island homeowner said she is banned from using her backyard because of a neighboring home that's been abandoned.
Survey: L Train Riders Prefer Complete Shutdown For Superstorm Sandy RepairsOf the 350 riders surveyed by the Riders Alliance, 77 percent said they prefer the shorter, complete closure over the longer three-year partial shutdown that would drastically reduce service.
Stormy Winter Shrinks Some New Jersey Beaches, But Shore Towns Ready For VisitorsA stormy winter chewed up New Jersey's beaches more than usual, requiring greater efforts to restore them before the summer crowds hit the sand.
Sandy-Damaged Babylon Home Tilts Off Raised Foundation; Owner FuriousA house on Long Island came crashing down, and the homeowner said government bureaucracy is to blame.