Thursday May 16
The New York Observer
John Catsimatidis Spending Big on Billboards, Lip Balm and Candy
All of the major mayoral candidates have been spending cash at a relative steady clip; but no other candidate has managed to do so as fast as billionaire supermarket magnate John Catsimatidis.
Asbury Park Press
NY bar owner sentenced in NJ to 13 years
A New York City bar owner has been sentenced to 13 years in prison for his role in a narcotics conspiracy in which two friends were found fatally shot inside their SUV on a northern New Jersey street.
For You: Elevators, Escalators At Howard Beach/JFK Station Repaired After Sandy Damage
Getting to and from the Rockaways has been unpleasant for commuters since Hurricane Sandy knocked out the peninsula's subway service, and at the Howard Beach station, where travelers must transfer to a shuttle bus, that difficult commute was compounded until recently, as broken elevators and escalators at the station are now fixed.
New York Daily News
Subway service to return to Rockaway in June
The MTA is set to restore subway service to the Rockaways for the first time since Superstorm Sandy knocked it out of commission, agency officials said Tuesday.
Six months later, Sandy victims plod through recovery
New York City, N.Y., May 3, 2013 / 05:04 pm .- Six months after Hurricane Sandy devastated the Caribbean and hit the northeastern U.S., coastal community members continue to struggle through the difficult process of rebuilding their lives.
"Stars Of Hope" Hits Gerritsen Beach, Lifting Morale For...
Just as we came upon the sixth month anniversary of Superstorm Sandy, a unique arts organization has covered Gerritsen Beach with dozens of stars to bring hope and inspiration to the children of the disaster stricken neighborhood.
Who's On The Hook for Boston Claims?
Policyholder in the blast zone may not have an easy time recouping their losses via insurance, according to the Wall Street Journal.