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Gramercy »

PHOTOS: It Rained. You Took Pictures of It

Heavy rains hit New York City on Thursday afternoon. 

Red Hook »

City and State Commit $100M to Red Hook Flood Protection System

Officials called for a "Request for Proposals" to study and design the system.

Kips Bay »

Tony Town House in Kips Bay Has Become a Refuge for Squatters, Lawsuit Says

Squatters have defecated and caused a fire in an East 29th Street town house, court records claim.

Broad Channel »

Lawmakers Propose Delaying Flood Insurance Increases on Sandy Anniversary

The legislation will be introduced on Oct. 29, which is the anniversary of the deadly hurricane. 


Jane's Carousel Gets Flood Protection in Brooklyn Bridge Park

Owners David and Jane Walentas bought "AquaFence" to protect Jane's Carousel from future hurricanes.

New York City »

Rain Soaks New York on the Eve of a Flood-Filled Weekend

Airports reported flight disruptions and NJ Transit announced that it will cross-honor tickets Friday.

Greenpoint »

Newtown Creek Came Within Inches of Sewage Deluge During Sandy, Experts Say

The Climate Central report showed Newtown Creek's treatment plant was within 6 inches of overflowing

New York City »

Stringer to Outline New East River Plan He Says Will Mitigate Future Floods

Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer says an East River Blueway will help protect the East Side.

Red Hook »

Volunteers Clean Up Sandy-Damaged Red Hook Rec Center on MLK Jr. Day

Residents took part in volunteer projects at the Red Hook Recreation Center.

Times Square & Theater District »

Family Left Homeless by Sandy Takes Solace in Times Square Tradition

A family whose Brooklyn home was flooded returned to Times Square Monday for their annual NYE tradition.

New Dorp Beach »

New Dorp Beach Residents Suffer More Flooding in Wednesday's Storm

Several blocks in New Dorp Beach were flooded after the storm, damaging multiple homes.

Greenpoint »

Seniors with Mold-Plagued Homes Confused by City's Conflicting Messages

Officials have told seniors to apply for small business loans to get aid to fight post-Sandy mold.

Financial District »

Massive Generators a Necessary Evil in Sandy-Scarred Downtown's Comeback

Lower Manhattan streets are crowded with potential hazards as buildings try to reopen post-Sandy.

Red Hook »

Red Hook Gallery Offers Peaceful Contemplation in Works on Paper

Red Hook's Kentler Gallery opened a new exhibition Friday, just weeks after Sandy battered the area.

Red Hook »

Red Hook Residents Call for Marches, Rent Strikes, Lawsuits Against NYCHA

More than a hundred Red Hook residents came together at a community meeting Wednesday.