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Water, fire and darkness: NYC after the superstorm
While the North Country apparently escaped the worst of the wrath of Superstorm Sandy, millions along the East Coast awoke Tuesday without power or mass transit, with huge swaths of the nation's largest city unusually vacant and dark. INCLUDES SLIDESHOW
- Superstorm At A Glance: New York state
- Flood victims face long process State Emergency Management officials meet with Lower Park Street residents in Malone to outline what grants are available, but it may take years to get any money.
Flood-buyout meeting tonight
Malone Town Council members have invited impacted Lower Park Street residents to hear more about the possible purchase of their properties in the wake of chronic problems.
Weather warnings more advanced
Technology speeds disaster alerts, response.
Against the wind
Tornado veterans balance preparedness, practicality
Dollars for disasters
Money spent in advance blunts the impact of disasters.
Pilot project to replace Jay culvert
New culvert will better handle big storms, be wildlife friendly.
Sometimes, weather wins
In the Town of Malone, Lower Park Street residents affected almost perennially by ice-jam flooding on the Salmon River may have their homes bought out by the government and move to higher ground.
Are we prepared?
Disasters prove more costly as people move into storm-prone areas.
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