LLF Construction was struggling financially before Hurricane Sandy struck, the criminal complaint states, and Leonardo Fabio applied the loan to other debts.
On the Long Island Sound shore in Fairfield and Westchester countries, some property owners in the luxury homes market face a challenge in the wake of Sandy’s damage.
Northern Westchester Hospital will receive $5.4 million in FEMA funding to secure its electrical system after a massive power failure during Hurricane Sandy.
The city will get FEMA funds for repairs to Hudson Park and a marina after the federal agency originally ruled the damages weren't storm-related.
Draft PURA ruling approves rate increase on customers.
Sammy Eljamal, owner of four gas stations in Westchester, agreed to pay $20,000 in penalties for excessively hiking up gas prices after Hurricane Sandy.
Contractors hustle to keep up with demand for house raisings and moves on the Sound Shore after Hurricane Sandy.
One year after Hurricane Sandy, Habitat for Humanity of Westchester continues its volunteer recovery effort on the battered Rockaway peninsula.
Businesses need more preparation.
Travelers Insurance outlines preventative measures.
One year after Hurricane Sandy, emotional and health-related issues still exist as people seek crisis counseling and deal with respiratory problems related to mold.
Murphy Bros. keep Larchmont Yacht Club updates consistent with its past.
PURA officially rules utilities responded adequately.
PURA report makes few recommendations.
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