Mayor Bloomberg's expressive sign-language interpreter returns to his side.
All of the boroughs are now connected by subway service.
Dia de los Muertos celebrations across the city must wait until power and transit is restored.
Customers in Lower Manhattan, however, were still waiting for electricity Friday morning.
Some residents fear the city is diverting resources from responding to the hurricane.
Following Hurricane Sandy, Bloomberg has endorsed Obama for re-election.
Evacuees from Hurricane Sandy were sent to 15 remaining shelters around the city.
Shuttle buses taking commuters into Brooklyn will run 24 hours, even through Lower Manhattan.
Power is slowly starting to come back across New York City.
Drivers will be forced to carpool if they want to enter Manhattan.
ConEd began restoring power in the city, but it will take a few more days to turn the lights back on.
Coney Island Hospital becomes the latest hospital to close due to 'storm-related conditions.'
Water has been given an extra shot of chlorine, but is safe to drink, Bloomberg said.
Taxis were urged to stop pickups to keep the roads clear as Sandy's winds pound city.
Low-lying areas including Red Hook, Battery Park, and Far Rockaway, were flooded Monday.
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