Hurricane Sandy'

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Breezy Point »

Homeowners were not allowed to apply for repairs on anything other than their primary residence.

Broad Channel »

The long-delayed program won't "continue to be a s--t show" under Lou Mendes' watch, he vowed.

Breezy Point »

The communities in the 11697 zip code obtained 149 permits since 2015, according to city data.

Oakwood »

The project got $2 million from federal Sandy-relief funds for its design phase.

Edgemere »

The housing complex lost power Monday, leaving residents without heat.

Midtown »

Tom Prendergast will be stepping down early this year after three years as MTA chairman.

Rockaway Beach »

From the completed boardwalk to downtown Far Rockaway development, keep your eye on these happenings.

New Dorp Beach »

Earlier plans to fix the New Dorp Beach Friendship Center fell apart due to wage disputes.

Far Rockaway »

The beleaguered program has connected Hurricane Sandy-affected residents to union jobs.

Brooklyn Heights »

“The neighborhood has been through it before and we accommodated ourselves."

Brooklyn Heights »

Here is how service will be changed to accommodate Sandy-related repairs that begin in Spring 2017. 

Red Hook »

The staff at P.S. 15 works to expose students to creative thinking in every area of study. 

Rockaway Beach »

Oversight of URS was so bad, the Comptroller had to settle with the company to head off a lawsuit.

Murray Hill »

A group of elected officials are clamoring for better traffic enforcement amid weekend tube closures.

Rockaway Beach »

The city is conducting a probe into Dayton Beach Park after complaints from residents.