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Burt and Jeanne Metz of Queens Surprised With Rebuilt Home After Hurricane Sandy

Burt and Jeanne Metz (pictured above) lost their home in the Breezy Point neighborhood of Queens when Hurricane Sandy struck that New York City borough. But now, thanks to a group of humanitarian volunteers, the couple has a rebuilt one. More than 300 volunteers with the Virginia-based Operation Blessing International... Continue Reading »

Hurricane Sandy Recovery, One Month Later: Small-Town Mayor Digs In to Rebuild His Town

It's been more than a month since Hurricane Sandy tore through the Northeast, leaving behind billions of dollars in damage. Now as survivors dig out and try to regroup from the Oct. 29 storm even as wintry weather moves in, some are coping better than others. This is the first of five stories of Sandy victims trying to... Continue Reading »

Hurricane Sandy Rebuilding: 3 Bold Ways to Restore Cities Hit Hard

By Jessica Kraft Hurricane Sandy's horrific destruction will cost an estimated $60 billion in property damages and lost business. But one silver lining may be the opportunity to rebuild New York and New Jersey to not only withstand the next hurricane, but to also create jobs, spur the economy and save the government a... Continue Reading »

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