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Hurricane Sandy'

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Canarsie »

Even if the MTA closes both Canarsie tubes for repairs, the L train would still operate in Brooklyn.

Bushwick »

Seventy-six percent of the nearly 1,000 readers who took our survey favored a full shutdown.

Bloomfield »

The state bought the homes for $18.1 million as part of their Acquisition for Re-Development Program.

Gerritsen Beach »

This is how one family navigated the city's Build It Back program.

Rockaway Beach »

The Build It Back Program moved people to jumpstart rebuilding efforts. But many can't go home yet.

East Williamsburg »

Would you rather have a full or a partial shutdown of L train service between Manhattan and Brooklyn?

Belle Harbor »

Danielle Redmond and Matt Kehoe met at St. Francis de Sales Church in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.

Williamsburg »

The agency will pick one of the two options in the next three months. 

New Dorp Beach »

The House passed Rep. Dan Donovan's bill to reform FEMA, the first he introduced when he took office.

Red Hook »

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

Union Square »

It will take place on May 12 at 5:30 p.m. at the Salvation Army Theatre at 120 West 14th St.

Williamsburg »

You've got a little bit more time to figure out how to totally change your commuting habits. 

Jackson Heights »

Limitations on work around the piping plover nesting area indirectly caused another delay, officials say

Great Kills »

Fifty-five homes damaged by Hurricane Sandy will be put up for auction May 10 by the state.