Man Charged With Stealing Superstorm Sandy DepositsAn Oregon man has been charged with stealing deposits Connecticut homeowners had made for generators after Superstorm Sandy.
Deadlines Approaching For Superstorm Sandy-Related Infrastructure UpgradesState Housing Commissioner warns further delay could result in a loss of federal funds for the projects
Connecticut Park Damaged By Superstorm Sandy ReopensA portion of a Connecticut park severely damaged by Superstorm Sandy nearly four years ago has finally reopened.
FEMA To Give Review Opportunity To Superstorm Sandy Victims
FEMA Exec Says He's Seen Fraud In Denial Of Hurricane Sandy ClaimsA FEMA official tells "60 Minutes" he has seen evidence of fraud in reports used by insurance companies to deny homeowners' claims for damage from Hurricane Sandy.
Bogus Inspections Claimed in Superstorm Sandy DamageLawyers representing about 1,500 homeowners hit by Superstorm Sandy are trying to prove that some engineering firms hired to inspect the damage issued bogus reports to give insurance companies ammunition to deny claims.
Two Years Later Slow, Steady Progress Post-Sandy
Thousands In Region May Have To Pay Back Superstorm Sandy Aid
Coast Guard Release Report On Replica Ship SinkingThe replica of the HMS Bounty had last been docked in New London
Fix Only Slows Flood Insurance Hike For 14,000Stephen Nelson and Mary Anne Mayo are still struggling with the destruction from Superstorm Sandy, nearly 18 months after it swept through their Westport home, taking their first-floor belongings into the Saugatuck River.
NTSB: Ship That Sank During Superstorm Sandy Shouldn't Have Left ConnecticutThe captain of a replica 18th-century sailing ship that sank off North Carolina in Superstorm Sandy after leaving from Connecticut made a reckless decision to sail the HMS Bounty into the hurricane's well-forecast path, the National Transportation Safety Board reported Monday.
Private Flood Insurer Writing Connecticut PoliciesA private flood insurer has stepped into Connecticut's market, the first time homeowners along the shoreline battered by Superstorm Sandy have an alternative to increasingly costly federal insurance.