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The NYPD asked those who can to help, and provided shelter information for those in need.

New York City »

The city will send teams of contractors to repair storm-damaged homes so Con Ed can restore their power.

New York City »

FEMA is sending 40 homes to NY and NJ and local officials will decide where the homes are distributed.

Roxbury »

After closing for the nor'easter, many FEMA recovery centers were still shuttered Thursday morning.

Port Morris »

The popular Bruckner Bar and Grill suffered major flooding. Another business had its ceiling collapse.

Gerritsen Beach »

A Gerritsen Beach family had five homes damaged and three cars ruined by Hurricane Sandy.

Tottenville »

FEMA recovery centers around the city posted signs saying that they were closed for the storm.

South Beach »

Many decided to weather the storm in their homes, many of which lack heat and power.

Howard Beach »

Many Howard Beach residents are feeling ignored in the recovery from Hurricane Sandy.

New York City »

Read these expert tips on safely using alternative power and heating devices post-Hurricane Sandy.

New Dorp »

"My roof is in that field over there," said a resident of Kissam Avenue sorting through remains.

Coney Island »

Devastated by Hurricane Sandy, Coney Island residents are helping each other pick up the pieces.

New York City »

The city has opened new warming centers as the temperature plunges.

New Dorp Beach »

Staten Island residents helped each other while federal help moved slowly.

New York City »

Hundreds of residents in areas with power outages received food supplied by FEMA after Hurricane Sandy.