One sure sign of the holidays is the Christmas tree lighting at 30 Rockefeller Center in New York City. This year's tree has a special meaning, as it survived the torrential winds and floods of Hurricane Sandy. My daughter was in New York City yesterday when the tree arrived and sent me this photo.
We've all been concerned about the devastation and recovery efforts from Hurricane Sandy two weeks ago. Now, a special Nova documentary will be broadcast on PBS and aired locally on WCNY-TV, Sunday, November 18th.
Whether you call it a hurricane or a superstorm, the damage was devastating in New York and New Jersey. And now a Nor' Easter has not only hampered recovery efforts, but added more problems. We're asking for your help in the recovery efforts.
As you know, today is election day, and polls will be open in New York state until 9:00 p.m. . Many people in the greater New York City area affected by last week's Hurricane Sandy may have difficulty finding their polling place. Governor Andrew Cuomo has issued an executive order to enable them to vote in state and national elections, even if their polling place is closed due to the last week's s
As the East Coast cleans up after Hurricane Sandy, another storm is on the way. According to the Weather Channel, a low pressure system is forecast to move up the East Coast and deliver significant impacts to the Northeast Wednesday and Thursday.
As temperatures continue to drop and the threat of a nor'easter looming, nearly two-million residents in New Jersey and New York State were still without power after Hurricane Sandy. But there was progress being made:
In New York City, schools reopened this morning, but some students will be bused to other schools as a result of storm damage.
Superstorm Sandy has caused a lot of damage. People have died, homes have been destroyed, businesses have been ruined. Americans across the country are reaching out by donating money, time, food, and clothing, but they're also reaching out with message of hope in the blog NOLA To New York.