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New York, New Jersey Still Unprepared For Storm Like Hurricane Sandy, Report Says

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Five years after being slammed by Hurricane Sandy, a new report says New York and New Jersey will not be better prepared if a storm of that size hits again. 146 more words


Watch: Crane Dangles Above NYC During Hurricane Sandy

Hurricane Sandy has damaged a construction crane on 57th street in New York City, leaving it dangling precariously high above the city streets. The crane is visible across New York City: A crane on top of a building on W 57th street is breaking… please stay safe folks. #Sandy

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The new South Ferry station: repaired, reinforced, and reopened

On 16 March 2009, a new South Ferry station, the southern terminus of the New York City Subway’s 1 train, opened under Lower Manhattan. It was New York City’s first new subway station in 20 years and corrected several issues that affected the old South Ferry station, which opened in 1905, and in turn affected the entire 1 line. 1,030 more words

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More From South Ferry

Okay so before we go back to Hawaii, I just wanted to share with you a few more photos from the old-new South Ferry station that just opened:


Hurricane season officially begins

(WTNH) — Thursday marks the official opening of hurricane season, and meteorologists are predicting it could be a busy one.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is predicting between 11 and 17 named storms this season. 617 more words


Another Brick in the Wall

The City of Boston has done thorough research into the impacts of sea level rise, storm surge, and flooding will have on the city and are in the process of exploring adaptations that will stave off the worst for the foreseeable future. 268 more words

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