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Travis »

The city released a request for proposals to raise the Travis Avenue roadway, Councilman Matteo said.

Jackson Heights »

Queens saw the strongest wind gusts and Crown Heights had the worst steady winds at 41 mph, NWS said.

Midland Beach »

The city will look to add seepage basins and sewers and raise the road to stop the flooding.

East Village »

Tenants at a Jared Kushner building complained of burst pipes and a worker's fall through a ceiling.

Greenpoint »

Photographs seem to contradict the city's claims that no damage occurred.

Midland Beach »

Aiman Youssef created a mock tourism sign for "Grimsby Lake" in an effort to get flooding fixed.

Midland Beach »

Councilman Matteo wrote a letter to the city to work on a fix for the flooding on Grimsby Avenue.

Gowanus »

New "high-level" storm sewers will keep rain water from overloading the sewer system, officials said.

Inwood »

The river reached benches and rocks along Muscota Marsh in Inwood Hill Park Tuesday.

Arverne »

Residents in southern Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island have experienced flooding since Monday. 

Red Hook »

A Thursday night meeting gave residents a chance to speak out on a proposed flood protection system.

Civic Center »

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

Central Harlem »

Because of poor drainage, the park floods whenever it rains.

Elmhurst »

The E, F, M and R trains were back on a normal schedule after Friday's water main break, the MTA said.

Elmhurst »

The water main broke at a construction site at 51-35 Reeder St., officials said.