A $5.1 million FEMA grant will help New York state's gas stations remain open during natural disasters and emergencies.
Kinsley keeps the juice flowing.
Sandy’s $283M wallop and the insurance counterpunch.
Fewer hurricanes should help state's insurance industry.
All relief funding will be listed.
A nonprofit agency will use a federal Hurricane Sandy relief grant to increase its services for small business owners.
A Yorktown resident organized a successful toy drive after his mother in Long Island lost everything due to Hurricane Sandy.
December marks a fifth month of moderate decline in business conditions for New York manufacturers, as Hurricane Sandy damaged fall revenue numbers at downstate factories.
As Westchester businesses continue their recovery, New York prepares to better handle the next natural disaster.
The damage caused by Hurricane Sandy was extensive and is going to be very costly for Westchester and its municipalities.
While businesses pledge cash and goods for the storm recovery, one aid agency in Westchester says corporate monetary donations have been less than expected.
During Sandy’s ongoing wake, local data centers never lost power or connectivity, allowing hundreds of employees to continue working.
Apple Bank and M&T Bank are offering fee waivers and leniency to those who have fallen on hard times due to Hurricane Sandy.
New Yorkers with storm-related legal issues can get free advice from volunteer lawyers through the New York State Bar Association.
Based on data from the National Weather Service, Sandy did not meet the criteria established by the state legislature last year that would allow insurers to impose a higher hurricane deductible on claims by homeowners.