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The couple falsely claimed they lived in a home damaged in the 2012 hurricane, prosecutors said.

Edgemere »

Nine homeowners had already moved out when they were told the homes weren't eligible for elevation.

Rockaway Beach »

The Parks Dept. has greenlighted two new projects using federal cash left over from boardwalk repairs.

Rockaway Beach »

The Parks Department has nine Rockaway proposals estimated to cost between $20 and $50 million each. 

Rockaway Beach »

The flood maps, released in 2015, put too many homeowners in a high-risk area, the city argued. 

Edgemere »

The FEMA-funded project is the first of 33 to use $3 billion in federal funds, officials said. 

Midland Beach »

The city added evacuation signs and one that shows how high the storm surge reached during Sandy.

New Dorp Beach »

The House passed Rep. Dan Donovan's bill to reform FEMA, the first he introduced when he took office.

Red Hook »

NYCHA officials and architecture firm KPF presented conceptual renderings of the plan Monday night.

Inwood »

The nature center shut down in 2012 and has remained unused since, officials said.  

Charleston »

The new $4.3 million D'Amato field will be built in Fairview Park, officials said.

New Dorp Beach »

HUD announced it would not require the repayment of "duplicate" benefits for most Sandy victims.

New Dorp Beach »

The bill aims to make it easier for residents after storms to deal with FEMA, Donovan said.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The museum will get $14 million in total from the federal government to repair damage.

Rockaway Beach »

The building, which underwent a $3.6 million overhaul after the storm destroyed it, reopens Aug. 18.