Hurricane Irene: Complete Coverage | NBC New York
Friday, Sep 2, 2011

Beware Mold Growth After Irene Floods

Beware Mold Growth After Irene Floods

Preventing mold growth after Irene-related flooding.

Friday, Sep 2, 2011

No Shellfish on Jersey Shore This Weekend

No Shellfish on Jersey Shore This Weekend

Shellfish lovers may be out of luck over the Labor Day holiday weekend because New Jersey's shellfish beds remain closed in the wake of Hurricane Irene.

Thursday, Sep 1, 2011

LIPA Crews Working Overtime To Restore Power

LIPA Crews Working Overtime To Restore Power

News4's Pei-Sze Cheng goes along with a crew trying to restore electricity in East Moriches, Long Island.

Thursday, Sep 1, 2011

Irene Claims A New Jersey Family's Home

Irene Claims A New Jersey Family's Home

One New Jersey family may never be able to return to the place they called home for several generations after Irene washed away the foundation. Pat Battle reports.

Thursday, Sep 1, 2011

Another Night In The Dark After Irene

Another Night In The Dark After Irene

News4's Roseanne Colletti talked to people in Phoenicia, Ulster County, where people are spending a fifth day with no electricity or phone service.

Thursday, Sep 1, 2011

How Much Irene Damage Will Your Insurance Cover?

How Much Irene Damage Will Your Insurance Cover?

News4's Greg Cergol visits a park in Merrick, Long Island where state insurance officials have set up shop to offer advice to flood victims. For information on whether you're eligible for aid, visit disasterassistance.gov.

Thursday, Sep 1, 2011

As Water Recedes, Cleanup Begins

As Water Recedes, Cleanup Begins

Weary residents across the tri-state area pulled soggy furniture and ruined possessions onto their front lawns as they cleaned up and surveyed the damage wrought by Hurricane Irene.

Friday, Sep 2, 2011

Power Slowly Turns Back On

Power Slowly Turns Back On

Utility companies are continuing to chip away at the outages caused by Tropical Storm Irene.

Thursday, Sep 1, 2011

Christie: Send Aid Now, Cut Later

Christie: Send Aid Now, Cut Later

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie reacted angrily to a fight brewing in Washington over whether Hurricane Irene disaster aid may need to be offset by federal spending cuts.

Thursday, Sep 1, 2011

Metro-North Repairs May Take Months

Metro-North Repairs May Take Months

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority says Metro-North Railroad's Port Jervis line suffered "catastrophic'' damage from Tropical Storm Irene.

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