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1 hr ago | WGBH
Underwater sand ridges, seen here in radar data from earlier this year, served to "cushion" the blow of the storm, researchers say.
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1 hr ago | Wolf Bros. News
Chesterfield record label, TurtleCopter Records, has released its second Christmas album, "Christmas Around the Piano 2013" to raise money for Hurricane Sandy relief.
4 hrs ago | St. Petersburg Times
Congress appears willing to head home for the holidays without doing a thing to correct the mess it created when it made sweeping changes to the National Flood Insurance Program.
5 hrs ago | NY1
The boardwalk in the Rockaways was pounded by Hurricane Sandy and mostly destroyed.
9 hrs ago | Westmoreland News
On Nov. 10, Hague resident Jon Burrell joined a 17-person volunteer construction team headed to New Jersey to spend a week rebuilding and repairing homes of families badly damaged by Hurricane Sandy in Oct. 2012.
14 hrs ago | DNAinfo.com
Four multimillion-dollar bathrooms awaiting installation along Rockaway Beach and Brighton Beach have had round-the-clock security guarding them since they were delivered in the summer, angering local residents who say the bathrooms are a waste and the city's priorities are wrong.
Alexis Hodges, a family nurse practitioner working at the Outer Banks Urgent Care in Nags Head, knows all too well the inconvenience the closing of the Herbert C. Bonner Bridge has caused her commute from her home in Hatteras Village.
Long-term concerns remain about the effects on the region of sea-level rise, pollutants churned up by the storm within back-barrier estuaries, and the damage closer to shore, but in the near-term, Long Island residents can rebuild knowing that Hurricane Sandy did not significantly alter the offshore barrier systems that control coastal erosion on ... (more)
Mayor Steven M. Fulop and officials from the Jersey City Municipal Utilities Authority planned to install the fourth of four high-volume pumps at the Essex Street netting facility at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 11, 2013, at the foot of Essex Street.
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Kittens Arthur, left, and August at their foster home in New York. The pair were discovered on Aug. 29th standing between the rails on subway tracks and service was suspended for two hours on the B and Q subway lines in Brooklyn until they were rescued.
The reports of gas price gouging in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy may have hit closer to home than residents realize.
A proposal by Interboro Partners planners of Brooklyn suggests placing channels along boulevards of Long Beach to prevent flooding during serious storms.
Dick Cheney told Fox viewers on Monday that he thinks New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is "a promising figure" in the Republican Party, but quickly added: I guess this means that in Dick Cheney's world, Chris Christie should have banned President Obama from entering New Jersey, refused Federal assistance, and spent the final days of the campaign ... (more)
Miles of new storm sewers will come to flood-prone streets in New Dorp Beach and South Beach now that two long-planned projects have been funded by the city -- to the tune of $100 million.
The Town of Westerly just announced its been awarded two significant storm mitigation grants; one for Misquamicut and the other, while awarded to Westerly, will surely benefit Pawcatuck: a Natural Resources Conservation Service Emergency Watershed Protection Program grant to clean up the hazardous vegetative debris in the Pawcatuck River.
Miller Field is re-opening to the public for the first time since Hurricane Sandy.