Sen. Charles Schumer says Verizon will restore land-line telephone and internet service to Fire Island.
Staten Islanders are celebrating a milestone in the borough's recovery from Superstorm Sandy.
Nine months after the storm hit, the entire 1.7-mile length of Staten Island's Franklin D. Roosevelt Boardwalk was reopened for the first time Friday.
New York City Parks Commissioner Veronica White praised the 25 Parks Department carpenters who pitched in and got the job done.
White says "everybody was out there working together."
A new report from Mayor Michael Bloomberg's office gives recommendations on how the city can better prepare for natural disasters.
Six months after Superstorm Sandy and most New Jerseyans say they're on the way to full recovery.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says President Barack Obama "has kept every promise he's made" about helping the state recover from Superstorm Sandy.
Speaking Monday on MSNBC on the 6-month anniversary of the deadly storm, the Republican says presidential politics was the last thing on his mind as he toured storm-devastated areas with the president last fall.
Christie's warm embrace of Obama angered some Republicans, who said it helped tip a close election to the Democrat and away from Mitt Romney, who Christie endorsed.
The city formally launched the start of reconstruction of its 2-mile-long boardwalk on Saturday with officials promising that future storms will have a harder time demolishing it than Superstorm Sandy did.
There's good news for commuters who've been without a major transit link at the southern tip of Manhattan since Superstorm Sandy.
Most New Jersey boardwalks damaged or destroyed by Superstorm Sandy will be rebuilt by Memorial Day weekend.
More than 2,000 people displaced by Superstorm Sandy are still living in hotels around New York City five months after the storm.