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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
Malone flood buyout sought
Franklin County asking Feds to buy out 10 damaged homes.
Flood damage reaches $4 million
And Franklin County is still calculating the destruction in Saranac Lake and Harrietstown with hopes of obtaining disaster-aid funding to fix it.
Officials keep wary eye on rivers
Some roads remain closed; more flooding anticipated.
State of emergency in Franklin Co.; flood damage in Clinton Co., too
Malone, Fort Covington, Saranac hit hardest after heavy rains.
Flooding reported in Clinton and Essex counties
Several area roadways closed or affected; caution urged.
Ausable River flooding expected in Jay
At least minor flooding of the Ausable River was expected in Jay and AuSable Forks overnight
- The Big One: Preparing for mid-America earthquake There hasn't been a major temblor for more than two centuries along the New Madrid fault in Arkansas, Missouri and Tennessee.
- 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.
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