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The city promises that Greenpoint ferry service is coming back this morning, hours after the G train's Queens tunnel shutdown.
Build it Back opening doors for homeowners: When she registered for Build It Back in October, Noelle Adamik of Gerritsen Beach was told she might wait more than a year for repair work on her damaged basement door, but after the Mayor DeBlasio announced changes to the program, Adamik's project was fast-tracked.
A lot of people in the Lake City area today were surprised to see two noisy Black Hawk helicopters in the skies.
SEASIDE PARK - In less than 11 months, the Seaside boardwalk was dealt two historic and devastating blows: Hurricane Sandy and a massive boardwalk fire.
The Endreson family of Ocean County, who are 17 brothers and sisters, are splitting their winnings after pooling their spare change for a decade -- inspired by their mother, Flossie Clark-Endreson, who wanted to buy a Jersey Shore bungalows for all of them, but the winnings will now go to Hurricane Sandy repairs.
Officials with the Russian Foreign Ministry said that Russia would give Cuba a million dollars for the restoration of damaged housing in the province of Santiago de Cuba.
What's happening in Central Jersey: July 26 and later News from Bridgewater, Monroe, Old Bridge, Plainsboro, Somerville and Central Jersey.
Workshops to help storm victims with recovery The Long Branch Concordance Family Success Center is offering three events for families.
Recently, two forestry team members returned from a 16-day stent in Arizona battling an intense fire on Apache lands.
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Driven by their Buddhist beliefs, 30 women in Taiwan in 1966 began putting aside an equivalent of about two cents of their grocery money each day.
Ready for outrage: State Sen. Daniel Squadron is prepared to inveigh against the ferry's overseers further if the Greenpoint pier is not operational by Saturday.
The hurricane season arrived with a glancing blow by Hurricane Arthur recently. Luckily, our region was mostly spared.
On Wednesday, Governor Deval Patrick signed a bill aimed at relieving homeowners beset with rising flood insurance premiums.
Daily News Tom Gutierrez, of Albuquerque, looks at an exhibit at White Sands National Monument on Wednesday.
Last year's government shutdown resulted in a decline in visitors at national parks, but Cape Lookout National Seashore remains a strong contributor to the area's economy.
Updated: Sat Jul 26, 2014 02:54 am
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