Destruction, Despair Persist A Year After Sandy On Staten IslandRecovery has been rougher in some areas than others in the year after Superstorm Sandy.
Family Says Elderly Sandy Victim's Staten Island Home Burglarized, TorchedRichard Castagna said the two-story New Dorp Beach home was recently renovated after his mother-in-law, Mary Roberts, put $40,000 into it to repair flood damage from Sandy.
Rep. Grimm Wants City To Declare Mold-Infested Homes Public Health HazardsNeighbors said the city's program to help take care of mold following superstorm Sandy should expand to homes where the owners have not returned.
Cuomo: $5.9M To Restore Sandy-Damaged S.I. BeachesGovernor Andrew Cuomo said the state is targeting $5.9 million toward raising sand levels including dune restoration at New Dorp Beach, South Beach, Cedar Grove and Oakwood.
Staten Island Sandy Tent City Ordered Out Before Beach SeasonIn the New Dorp Beach section of Staten Island, a relief center constructed in the wake of superstorm Sandy is being told to make way for the upcoming summer.
Off-Duty Police Officer Catches Bank Robber In The ActA Staten Island man was charged Tuesday with robbing two banks in his home borough, after an off-duty police officer allegedly caught him in the act.
Superstorm Sandy Victims Tormented By Bitter Cold In the damaged New Dorp Beach neighborhood on Staten Island, people who haven't had heat since the late October storm have been taking refuge in tents set up by aid workers.
S.I. Family Hit By Sandy Gets Christmas Ornaments From White HouseA New Dorp Beach family, whose home barely withstood the wrath of Superstorm Sandy, recently got a Christmas surprise of presidential proportions.
Volunteers Spread Holiday Cheer In Areas Still Reeling From SandyIn Belle Harbor, volunteers pitched in to help the Red Cross feed Sandy-affected residents on this Christmas.
Christmas Takes On New Meaning For Residents In Storm-Ravaged CommunitiesFor some, all they want from Santa this year is a check from FEMA and their insurance company to help cover the damage sustained to their homes.
Mayor's Office Calls Reports That 'Tent City Must Be Taken Down By Jan 1' UnfoundedIn an email to WCBS 880 the Mayor's Office said that reports of an order to take down the tent city are unfounded, but Graziano said she is still cautious, and wants the city to help find tents in a warmer location.