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East Harlem »

State Offers $425K to Small Businesses Affected by East Harlem Explosion

The money will be distributed in loans of up to $20,000 to businesess near the explosion site.

Greenwich Village »

Detective Hurt During Greenwich Village Shootout Leaves Hospital

Detective Mario Muniz was shot by accused child molester Charles Mozdir on Monday, police said.

Rockaway Beach »

High-Level Sandy Recovery Official Steps Down

Kathryn Mallon is the second Sandy recovery official to leave the de Blasio administration this month.

Red Hook »

Sunny's Bar Celebrates its Long-Awaited Reopening

The Conover Street bar held a "rebirthday" party to reopen, 10 months after Hurricane Sandy.

East Village »

Bodega Worker Hit by Allegedly Drunk Driver Shows First Sign of Recovery

A bodega worker who was run over by a car opened his eyes for the first time since the crash.

Midland Beach »

Staten Island Sandy Volunteers Honored by State Pols

Lorenzo Hodges, William Burdick and Tom Cunsolo were awarded for their recovery efforts.

Dongan Hills »

Sandy Relief Funds Begin to Reach Staten Island Businesses

Mayor Bloomberg said the federal Sandy relief money will fund grants and loans for businesses and homes.

New York City »

Bloomberg Announces Plans for First $1 Billion of Sandy Recovery Cash

City officials hope to begin handing out checks to devastated homeowners by late spring.

Red Hook »

'Tell Your Story' Invites Red Hook Sandy Victims to Record Recovery Tales

An emergency-management consultant is making mini-documentaries about the hurricane's effect in Red Hook.

Union Square »

Union Square Bar Puts Rockaways Bartenders Back to Work

SideBAR will host guest bartenders from the Rockaways every Friday throughout the holidays.

Long Island City »

LIC Businesses Struggling From Sandy Look for Help

Dozens of businesses in Hunters Point are still trying to recover after Hurricane Sandy.

South Street Seaport »

South Street Seaport's Cowgirl Sea-Horse Bar Reopens

The Seaport hangout reopened Thursday after being closed for more than two weeks.

New York City »

Sandy's NY Pricetag Reaches $33 Billion, Cuomo Says

Hurricane Sandy response and cleanup cost the state $33 billion in damage and economic loss.

Astoria »

Good Samaritans Cook Meals, Collect Supplies To Help Sandy Victims

Local residents, businesses and elected officials in Western Queens help victims of Hurricane Sandy.