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

New York City »

Hurricane Sandy left at least 18 people dead and wreaked havoc across the five boroughs.

New York City »

The massive storm, which killed 18, brought power outages, raging fires and historic floods.

Fort Greene »

Fort Greene parents and dog owners ventured out after the storm.

Brooklyn Heights »

 Brooklyn Heights' tree-lined strees were littered with leaves and branches, but had no serious damage.

New Dorp »

Rep. Michael Grimm called the devastation following Hurricane Sandy a "mini-Katrina."

Park Slope »

Dozens of trees were felled, but the neighborhood avoided major power outages and floodings.

Forest Hills »

Hurricane Sandy spared the neighborhood significant damage and flooding.

Battery Park City »

Many residents said they preferred to ride out Hurricane Sandy at home.

New York City »

Hurricane Sandy barreled into New York, causing heavy winds, rain and flooding.


DUMBO, waterfront Brooklyn neighborhood, is entirely within Zones A, B, and C.

New York City »

Here's DNAinfo's guide on where to get food and other supplies during Hurricane Sandy.

New York City »

The worst of the storm will begin after lunchtime, ahead of the hurricane's landfall Monday night.

Greenpoint »

As winds battered the city, part of a tree fell and injured a Greenpoint woman, fire officials said. 

East Village »

Many NYCHA residents are determined to wait out Sandy in their homes located in Zone A.