Officials, Advocates Spar Over Proposed Flood Barriers To Protect Against Future Storm SurgesTo keep a storm similar to Sandy from wrecking similar havoc along Tri-State coastlines, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is considering five options.
How Did A New Jersey Realty Sign Wind Up Washing Ashore In France?A New Jersey realty sign has quite the story to tell. Nearly six years after being washed away by Hurricane Sandy, the sandy and tattered sign was found on a beach – thousands of miles away in France.
New Jersey Realty Sign Lost During Superstorm Sandy Washes Ashore In FranceDiane Turton Realtors manager Perry Beneduce said the sign was posted at a waterfront listing in Brielle before it was lost during the storm.
At Long Last, Post-Hurricane Sandy Fixes To Queens-Midtown Tunnel CompleteAfter Hurricane Sandy hit back in late October of 2012, the Queens-Midtown Tunnel was filled with salt water. Though both tubes were reopened about 10 days later, fixes went on for years.
‘Trash Man Of Brick’ Is Dedicated To Getting Litter Off The GroundA man in Brick Township is talking trash and getting a lot of attention.
Lawsuit Against LIPA, National Grid Over Devastating Superstorm Sandy Fire Can Move ForwardDozens of people who lost their homes and businesses to a massive inferno during Superstorm Sandy are celebrating a legal victory.
Long Island Sandy Victims Say Contractor Hired To Fix Homes Is A 'Con Artist'Several homeowners claim a Long Island contractor hired to raise and repair their homes after Superstorm Sandy took their cash and didn't finish the job.
Judge Tosses Lawsuit By Long Beach Residents Seeking Return Of Sandy Relief MoneyLong Beach, Long Island residents who were looking to have $155 million of Superstorm Sandy relief money returned have had their lawsuit dismissed.
Raised Homes Are More Prone To Frozen Pipes, Expert WarnsAfter Superstorm Sandy, thousands of homeowners raised their houses to avoid future flood damage.
Contractor In Court On Charges Of Bilking Superstorm Sandy Victims On Long IslandA Long Island contractor charged with preying on victims of Superstorm Sandy faced a judge on Tuesday.
Normandy Residents Call Seaside Christmas Tree ‘A Beacon Of Hope’Neighbors said they are forever bonded because of Sandy, and now the tree -- a symbol of their resiliency.
City Announces Plans To Help Ease L Train Shutdown Disruption In 2019The DOT says 14th Street between Third and Ninth Avenues will be closed to cars and be turned into a busway during rush hours.