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Midland Beach »

The new flood insurance reform, which started on April 1, raises rates up to 18% per year.

Red Hook »

The largest ever single FEMA grant will repair and fortify 33 NYCHA developments.

Rockaway Beach »

FEMA has awarded a $480 million grant to rebuild the Rockaway boardwalk. 

Ocean Breeze »

Senators Schumer and Gillibrand announced the federal funds for the hospital.

Howard Beach »

Roughly 150 people bound for Puerto Rico weren't allowed to board until the mayor showed up.

Midland Beach »

The proposed FEMA maps would affect more than twice as much property as current ones.

Ocean Breeze »

The money will let the hospital elevate building power and mechanical systems.

Rockaway Beach »

Three schools in the city still have "fire watchers" in place of the alarms since the 2012 storm.

Rockaway Park »

The trio's new single is an ode to the anxiety that remains after Hurricane Sandy.

Ocean Breeze »

The funds will be used to elevate vital infrastructure to avoid flooding from future storm surges.

East Harlem »

"Bureaucratic infighting" has denied public housing residents reliable heat, Schumer said.

Belle Harbor »

Schumer was in the Rockaways to discuss a relief bill for flood insurance.

Red Hook »

Ten mobile boilers that are fueled by natural gas will be brought to Red Hook in the next month. 

Rockaway Beach »

The cost of the beachside bathrooms and lifeguard shacks rose from $105 million to $113.5 million.

Financial District »

High-end neighborhoods in Queens and Manhattan are hot, despite being hit by the storm, brokers said.