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1 hr ago | SILive.com
Mayor Bill de Blasio will announce an expansion of the city and state acquisition for redevelopment program to interested priority-two and -three homeowners, among other initiatives, at an event on Staten Island Thursday, two sources told the Advance.
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5 hrs ago | Law.com
Sketches by late fashion designer Oleg Cassini. Other such drawings and artwork by Cassini were damaged in a fire at his mansion that was allegedly caused by a defective dryer.
6 hrs ago | Examiner.com
Soon Coney Island will have a new roller coaster besides the world famous Cyclone.
10 hrs ago | Long Island Business News
Sen. Charles Schumer says some communities on the North Shore of Long Island are still in need of funding to recover from the damage of Hurricane Sandy.
14 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal
Homes in Belmar found themselves under water after Hurricane Sandy wreaked havoc on the Jersey Shore.
14 hrs ago | The New York Observer
Speaking on NY1 last night, Councilman Donovan Richards labeled the 2012 storm that ravaged his Far Rockaway district both a curse and a "blessing" because the devastation brought needed attention to his corner of Queens.
15 hrs ago | Vashon-Maury Island Beachcomber
Following one of the deadliest natural disasters in state history, several Vashon residents have joined in the large response effort at the Oso landslide.
19 hrs ago | CBS Local
A new poll shows a growing dissatisfaction within New Jersey when it comes to recovery from Hurricane Sandy almost a year and a half ago.
Point Pleasant Beach's council approved the purchase of a tract on Ocean Avenue by the inlet for $475,000 that would allow the town to remedy a blight that is still damaged from Hurricane Sandy.
McLoone's Rum Runner in Sea Bright, destroyed by Hurricane Sandy, will be rebuilt at its Ocean Avenue location abutting the Shrewsbury River and reopen before summer 2015, according to a report by Word On the Shore .
I begin with an update on the first case in the April 9 column on the Hurricane Sandy class action, Adler v.
Oak Bluffs was awarded $200,000 in state money this month to protect key components of its wastewater system from storm damage.
A year and a half ago, Superstorm Sandy damaged or destroyed over 346,000 homes in New Jersey - 22,000 were declared uninhabitable.
Donations previously made to the Hurricane Sandy Relief Foundation , an unregistered charity whose principals allegedly misled donors in violation of the law, have been distributed to legitimate charitable organizations for the aid of superstorm Sandy victims, Acting Attorney General John J. Hoffman said Tuesday in a news release.
If it feels as if this past winter hit your budget hard, you're not alone: Verona's municipal snow removal costs for January to March of this year were almost quadruple those for the winter of 2012.
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Bloomberg's Richard Falkenrath looks at questions over what the NSA knew about the heartbleed bug and whether they gathered information from the flaw on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg Surveillance."