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Hurricane Sandy Recovery

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Rockaway Beach »

Residents of co-ops and condos damaged by Hurricane Sandy are not eligible for certain funds.

Breezy Point »

Only one house in the fire- and flood-ravaged area has been rebuilt to code since Sandy struck last year.

Rockaway Beach »

A volunteer group of retired first responders has repaired 170 Sandy-ravaged homes.

Rockaway Beach »

A book documenting the wrath of Hurricane Sandy will be distributed at a pub — for free.

Rockaway Park »

The library is the first storm-damaged branch in the Rockaways to reopen. 

Far Rockaway »

The winner of the contest, a Swedish firm, was announced on Oct. 23 in Far Rockaway.

Rockaway Park »

Curran's Superior Meats reopened in June, but the city celebrated the "ribbon cutting" on Oct. 21.

Far Rockaway »

The deadline to register for Build it Back was extended to Oct. 31.

Rockaway Beach »

Attendance at Rockaway Beach was down by more than half this summer, the Parks Dept. found.

Rockaway Beach »

Assemblyman Phillip Goldfeder called the planned tour of the pricey but rusting structures "disgusting."

Rockaway Beach »

The beaches will be closed for a dredging project, but some residents are upset over the short notice.

Great Kills »

The third Storming Back for Shore workshop will be held in Staten Island on Tuesday night.

St. George »

Operation HOPE will hold a free financial disaster recovery services event this weekend.

Belle Harbor »

From Belle Harbor to Red Hook, New Yorkers celebrated Christmas nearly two months after the hurricane.

Long Island City »

Part of the area's popular Andrews Grove Playground has reopened, though repair work continues.