Residents of a vulnerable stretch of Sheepshead Bay say they’re still waiting for aid after more than three years of empty promises.
In Sandy’s Wake
The Santana family left one NYCHA apartment after Superstorm Sandy, only to be moved to another filled with mold.
Project Hospitality and The Food Bank for New York City are distributing Thanksgiving dinners to Staten Islanders still recovering from the superstorm.
Some houses of worship are still struggling, two years after the storm.
A city report found what many New Yorkers who lost homes to Sandy already new: the Build it Back program has left thousands in a frustrating game.
Nearly two years after the storm, power has returned to McDonald Playground, allowing the reopening of the bathrooms.
Some small business owners say they're having a hard time slogging through the application for a loan and grant plan.
Our reporters help examine whether New York is ready for another monster storm, two years after Sandy.