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Rockaway Writer and Artist Team Up for Kids Book About Famed Whale Statue

Whalemina was in Rockaway for nearly two decades before being destroyed by Hurricane Sandy. 

New Dorp Beach »

Staten Island Needs $37M to Recover From Sandy, State Told

Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis asked for the money from the Empire State Development Corporation.

Rockaway Beach »

INTERACTIVE MAP: See Where Rockaway's Boardwalk Wood Went After Sandy

The decades-old boardwalk was made from valuable tropical hardwoods that have been repurposed.

Rockaway Beach »

Rockaway Ferry Service Stopping for Good This Fall Despite Activist Efforts

The move came as activists put an ad in an Italian newspaper chiding Mayor de Blasio.

Long Island City »

How to Get Around During the 5-Week G Train Shutdown

The G train will stop running for five weeks between Brooklyn and Queens stating Friday.

Fresh Meadows »

Best Places You Can Mountain Bike in New York City

Mountain bikers can find a variety of trails within the city and beyond.

Yorkville »

De Blasio Appoints Former Police Chief Joseph Esposito to Head OEM

Esposito, who served in the NYPD for 40 years, is now taking over the disaster preparedness agency.

Rockaway Beach »

Rockaway Ferry Gets Extension But No Long-Term Funding

The ride was allocated $2 million in the mayor's budget and will run through October.

Rockaway Beach »

Artists Open Gallery Space to Help Revitalize Empty Rockaway Storefront

Topless opened in a former eye doctor's office, which had been empty since the hurricane.

Rockaway Beach »

5 Miles of Rockaway Beach to Be Closed This Weekend

Five miles of Rockaway Beach will be off-limits this first official weekend of summer, the city said.

Broad Channel »

Federal Grant Will Help Restore Jamaica Bay's Oysters and Wetlands

Three projects for the bay — including one to restore oysters — won grants from the government.

East New York »

Parks Department Worker Critically Injured in Fire Dies From Injuries

Parks worker James Anthony Frye, 47, has died from injuries sustained in a June 2 fire in East New York.

Neponsit »

Bank-Owned Homes Left Abandoned After Sandy Pose Health Threat: Neighbors

Those who live alongside the toxic homes say they are being forced to move to protect their own health.

Belle Harbor »

Community Board Approves Renaming Street for Hurricane Sandy Hero

Dylan Smith saved his neighbors during Hurricane Sandy and later died while surfing in Puerto Rico.

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