Last Hanukkah, Marjorie Slome’s synagogue lay devastated after Sandy. A year later, she tells how her attitude about government’s role in helping religious institutions has changed.
Brooklyn’s Sea Gate community is more vulnerable to Sandy-style devastation than ever. So why did the neighborhood turn down a chance to protect itself?
Apparently, many folks in this gated community prefer to be devastated by another storm rather than opening their private beaches to the public.
One grandson arrived in our world just as Sandy was roaring up the coast. A year later, Jordan Micah can start baby steps toward making it a better place for all.
In a synagogue still struggling to recover from Sandy, some star power came bearing a Biblical story of hope.
Hurricane Sandy teamed up with a wobbly economy to devastate Brooklyn’s Brighton Beach. Even a year later, the Jewish neighborhood is struggling to get back on its feet.
EDITORIAL: A year after the devastation of Hurricane Sandy, the suffering continues and we can draw some clear lessons about the limits of federal help.
An elderly New Jersey couple has accepted $1 to settle litigation over the building of sand dunes that blocked the panoramic beachfront and ocean view from their home, the state said on Wednesday.
Demidova is among the many residents of South Beach still struggling to restore the life she had before Hurricane Sandy hit the northeastern United States last October.
Months after Hurricane Sandy, damaged synagogues are still barred from receiving aid from FEMA. Will the Senate ever act on a bill that would break the logjam?