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Financial District »

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

Red Hook »

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

Red Hook »

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

Lower East Side »

Drivers whose cars were destroyed by Sandy could get slapped with parking tickets.

Red Hook »

It marks the first time that VFW Post 5195 has not observed Veterans Day in its 51-year history.

Greenpoint »

Some artists are giving up on the Commercial Street space that Newtown Creek flooded during Sandy.

Dyker Heights »

Brendan Moore, 2, and Connor Moore, 4, were swept away from mother Glenda Moore during Hurricane Sandy.

Gerritsen Beach »

Richard Krins, 68, was found dead is his Gerritsen Beach home on Oct. 31.

Midland Beach »

Many court officers, the men and women who keep the courts secure, lost everything in Sandy.

Gerritsen Beach »

Good Samaritans have used a Jet Ski and a monster truck to help Hurricane Sandy victims.

Williamsburg »

Schools received an outpouring of support from parents, principals said.

Chelsea »

New York City Housing Authority says 365 buildings are still experiencing outages.

Williamsburg »

Residents in Williamsburg, Greenpoint and Bushwick remained without electricity Tuesday.

New York City »

Here's how to file a FEMA Insurance claim if you've been affected by the storm.

New York City »

About 780,000 New York City-area households are without power following the storm, Mayor Bloomberg said.