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Tottenville »

The worst of the wind and rain will begin by sundown and continue through the night, forecasters said.

Red Hook »

Though details are scant, the Mayor's Office presented potential scenarios to Community Board 6.

Upper West Side »

The company's vintage and homemade costumes, as well as its historic dance floors, were drenched. 

Red Hook »

Nydia Velazquez said Red Hook was promised $200 million but that number has been cut to $100 million.

Civic Center »

Up to 18 inches of snow, 55 mph wind gusts and flooding are in the forecast, officials say.

Elmhurst »

Some businesses had their basements and parts of their stores flooded after workers struck a water main.

Far Rockaway »

The city has activated its severe weather plans in anticipation of the storm, officials said.

Yorkville »

The clinic hasn't been able to reopen after a busted pipe caused thousands of dollars worth of damage.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

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

Gramercy »

Heavy rains hit New York City on Thursday afternoon. 

Red Hook »

Officials called for a "Request for Proposals" to study and design the system.

Kips Bay »

Squatters have defecated and caused a fire in an East 29th Street town house, court records claim.

Broad Channel »

The legislation will be introduced on Oct. 29, which is the anniversary of the deadly hurricane. 


Owners David and Jane Walentas bought "AquaFence" to protect Jane's Carousel from future hurricanes.

New York City »

Airports reported flight disruptions and NJ Transit announced that it will cross-honor tickets Friday.