The Department of Sanitation said cleanup will continue "until further notice."
The Army Corps of Engineers plan to restore beaches hit by Hurricane Sandy before next year.
Fires during Hurricane Sandy, including the Breezy Point fire, were caused by seawater hitting wires.
Business owners said they feel their damages were overlooked in the wake of Superstorm Sandy.
A plan to burn Sandy debris has some environmental groups up in arms.
Some 500 additional homes may be razed in the wake of the monster storm.
Mayor Bloomberg announced Sunday that the odd/even license plate rule for gassing up would continue.
Congressman Michael Grimm said residents should let all wood submerged by storm water dry out.
Artwork in storage at The Noguchi Museum sustained damage from the hurricane.
A new program lets employees direct-deposit part of their paychecks into the mayor's Sandy recovery fund.
A gas station in Jackson Heights is refusing to sell to anyone but cabs.
The Workmen’s Circle MultiCare Center in Baychester expected 40 evacuees. They received nearly 100.
The nor'easter that hit New York Wednesday has set back the schedule of gasoline supply.
After closing for the nor'easter, many FEMA recovery centers were still shuttered Thursday morning.
With residents bracing for cold temperatures, the city and nonprofits are offering to help New Yorkers.
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