Archive: December 2013

Staten Island Man Gets Slammed Twice: First in Sandy, Now In Target Security Breach

Talk about bad luck.  A Staten Island resident whose home was completely destroyed in Hurricane Sandy says that his Target account was part of the recent security breach that exposed about 40 million bank accounts to fraudulent activity. … Read More »

Salvation Army Limits Sandy Relief To 20% of What Was Raised. Many Ask, Why?

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The Salvation Army is known as an emergency response organization.  However, many Hurricane Sandy victims who are still in dire need of help are questioning the organization’s decision to limit relief to 20% of the funds it has… Read More »

30,000 NY & NJ Residents Still Displaced a Year after Hurricane Sandy

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A lack of insurance payouts from homeowners’ insurance companies and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has resulted in 30,000 New York and New Jersey residents being displaced – even a full year after Hurricane Sandy hit the… Read More »

1,000 Staten Island Pictures Found After Hurricane Sandy Now Posted On Facebook

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After Hurricane Sandy devastated Staten Island and other coastal areas of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut, a massive cleanup began.  While most of the news coverage since then has been about damaged and destroyed buildings and homeowners… Read More »