Thursday, December 6, 2012

Nyc hurricane sandy

  • Bloomberg: Post-Sandy NYC will lead climate change battle

    Mayor Michael Bloomberg, addressing a meeting on New York City's recovery from Hurricane Sandy this morning, spoke of a future in a warming world with the stark reality of more such devastating storms, saying the city will lead the way in stemming ...

  • Hurricane Warning Definition Modified By NHC In Wake Of Sandy

    Boats and docks damaged by Hurricane Sandy are seen at the Mansion Marinia on the shores of the Great Kills community November 7, 2012 on Staten Island, New York. New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg on Tuesday announced a limited evacuation of ...

  • Storm Writes a New Script in Campaigns for New York Mayor

    After months spent preparing for a race about teacher evaluations, police tactics and other municipal mainstays, City Hall hopefuls are confronting a 2013 contest that has been rewritten, perhaps permanently, by the wrath of Hurricane Sandy. Candidates ...

  • Blame Hurricane Sandy! Top Romney advisor says super storm helped scuttle ...

    Hurricane Sandy helped swamp Mitt Romney's presidential campaign, a top campaign adviser says. Stuart Stevens, Romney's top strategist, told Charlie Rose on PBS that the storm pulled focus from the Republican's message in the race's crucial final stretch.

  • Charles Schumer flips out over scalping for Hurricane Sandy benefit concert

    Shameless scalpers are set to make big bucks by marking up tickets to a star-studded benefit concert for victims of Hurricane Sandy. Tickets for the Dec. 12 "Concert for Sandy Relief" at Madison Square Garden - with face values between $150 and $2,500 ...

  • Hurricane Sandy Victims Say Mortgage Companies Dismiss Pleas For Loan Help

    In the days after Hurricane Sandy devastated coastal New York and New Jersey, the nation's mortgage companies were quick to offer sympathy to those whose homes -- and lives -- were wrecked.

  • Slammed By Hurricane Sandy, New York Galleries Seek Recovery At Art Basel

    The Art Dealers Association of America has created a relief fund to help art galleries damaged by Hurricane Sandy. Galleries were flooded, artwork destroyed and the New York art word left reeling when Hurricane Sandy hit at the end of October. A month ...

  • Sandy prompts change to hurricane warning definition

    A satellite image shows Hurricane Sandy churning off the East Coast on Oct. 29. Since the storm was predicted to hit as a "post-tropical cyclone," no hurricane warnings were issued for Sandy in New Jersey, New York or Connecticut. / NASA Getty Images ...

  • NJ Transit Had $400 Million in Hurricane Sandy Damage

    New Jersey Transit, the second- largest U.S. public transportation system, sustained $400 million in damage from Hurricane Sandy and needs twice that amount to prevent damage from future storms, its executive director told a U.S. Senate panel today ...

  • Hurricane Sandy fundraiser feast Thursday night at Trinity Lutheran

    RAI Ministries (Camp Restore) and The Renaissance Project announced a Fundraiser-Feast to support New York and New Jersey residents affected by Hurricane Sandy. The event is Thursday, Dec. 6, from 3 to 6 p.m. at Trinity Lutheran Church, 5234 N.

  • NYCHA Receives $7.1 Million to Provide Jobs Following Hurricane Sandy

    The temporary job program provides funding assistance for up to six months in response to significant dislocation events like Hurricane Sandy. The New York City Department of Small Business Services (SBS) will assist in the hiring of prospective ...

  • Typhoon Bopha: Hurricane Sandy Times Two

    HONG KONG - The official death toll from Typhoon Bopha climbed to 325 by Thursday afternoon, and with nearly 400 Filipinos still unaccounted for, the typhoon appeared as if it would be twice as deadly as Hurricane Sandy, the storm that thrashed the ...

  • Port Authority head says Hurricane Sandy damage in 'billions of dollars'

    The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey sustained "billions of dollars" in damage from Hurricane Sandy, its top official said at a hearing in Washington, D.C.

  • Reports: Obama to request less than states say is needed in Hurricane Sandy aid

    President Obama will ask Congress to chip in $50 billion in emergency aid to help states recover from Hurricane Sandy, The New York Times and others reported Dec. 5. That falls short of what the governors of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut last ...

  • Post Sandy: Atlantic City Wants Its Tourists Back

    A month after Hurricane Sandy pounded the New Jersey Shore; Atlantic City is back in business. Even though most of the casinos and restaurants received very little damage in the storm, they're now suffering from a lack of visitors.

  • David Wright and Mets Foundation to donate $250000 to Mayor's Fund

    The announcement was made by Wright and Mets COO Jeff Wilpon during a visit to P.S. 38 on Staten Island, where 80% of the student population was affected by Hurricane Sandy. New York City Council Member James Oddo (Republican - District 50) ...

  • Massive volunteer effort kicks off Saturday to aid victims of Hurricane Sandy

    Clean Ocean Action will launch a long-term volunteer effort Saturday designed to help communities and residents throughout the New Jersey and New York region who were devastated by Hurricane Sandy. Starting Saturday, Dec. 8, and continuing regularly ...

  • Sandy Victims Get Priority on 2500 Vacant NYC Apartments

    Displaced victims of Hurricane Sandy will get priority on 2,500 vacant apartments in New York City, thanks to a deal by private landlords and government officials, according to the Wall Street Journal.

  • Fishing In New York City After Hurricane Sandy

    One day last weekend I woke up at 4 AM, gathered my fishing gear, and drove out to the Rockaways in the New York City borough of Queens.

  • With Some Hospitals Closed After Hurricane, ER's at Others Overflow

    A month after Hurricane Sandy struck New York City, unexpectedly shutting down several hospitals, one Upper East Side medical center had so many more emergency room patients than usual that it was parking them in its lobby.

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