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Hurricane Sandy'

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New Dorp Beach »

The storm reduced homes to rubble, leaving empty lots in its wake.

Park Slope »

The park lost more than 500 trees in the 2012 storm.

St. George »

Service will be shut down this weekend and every weekend in November for Hurricane Sandy repairs. 

Red Hook »

Congresswoman Nydia Velázquez said Thursday the U.S. Senate had passed her legislation.

Fort Wadsworth »

Scott LoBaido plans to build a chair from driftwood for each of the 24 people who died in the borough.

Midtown »

A new interactive map lets New Yorkers see the ways air pollution will impact the city over time.

Far Rockaway »

Neighborhood Revitalization NYC Home Repair Program was funded with private dollars.

Rockaway Beach »

The city has started fortifying its coast just in case the storm hits.

New Dorp Beach »

HUD announced it would not require the repayment of "duplicate" benefits for most Sandy victims.

New Dorp Beach »

The bill aims to make it easier for residents after storms to deal with FEMA, Donovan said.

Financial District »

More than 1 million archival documents and thousands of artifacts are returning to the island's museum.

Downtown Brooklyn »

"Bringing Back the City" will open Sept. 30 at the New York Transit Museum in Downtown Brooklyn.

Financial District »

The city is investing $100 million for new storm protections for Lower Manhattan.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

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

Rockaway Beach »

The building, which underwent a $3.6 million overhaul after the storm destroyed it, reopens Aug. 18.