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Superstorm Sandy

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Breezy Point »

New Jersey's state attorney general filed a complaint against contractor Shore House Lifters last month.

Lower East Side »

The Lower East Side bounced back faster than the Rockaways, despite similar damage, a study found.

Park Slope »

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

Midtown »

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

East Harlem »

"Bureaucratic infighting" has denied public housing residents reliable heat, Schumer said.

Oakwood »

Tax records show wide gaps between what the state paid and what the city said homes were worth.

Rockaway Beach »

The latest Sandy victim was found nearly six months after the deadly storm hit New York City.

Financial District »

Mefit Zecevic was fired a day after the storm and forced to walk home to Staten Island.

New York City »

Subway service on the A train to the Rockaways will resume on May 30, the governor announced Thursday.

Breezy Point »

"Sandy" is Luke Schreiner's story about how the superstorm affected Breezy Point.

Park Slope »

The Hurricane Sandy Relief Kitchen at Old First Reformed Church still needs donations and volunteers.

New York City »

MTA ridership reached its highest level in 2012, despite the Hurricane Sandy-related disruptions.

New York City »

The chair of the City Council's Transportation Committee called the increases "devastating."

Dongan Hills »

Mayor Bloomberg said the federal Sandy relief money will fund grants and loans for businesses and homes.

New York City »

City officials hope to begin handing out checks to devastated homeowners by late spring.