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Water, fire and darkness: NYC after the superstorm
While the North Country apparently escaped the worst of the wrath of Superstorm Sandy, millions along the East Coast awoke Tuesday without power or mass transit, with huge swaths of the nation's largest city unusually vacant and dark. INCLUDES SLIDESHOW
- Superstorm At A Glance: New York state
Loons blown off course
Four of the red-throated variety were among birds that crash landed in the Adirondacks during a recent windstorm.
Save energy costs this winter
Adding insulation, blocking drafts and using an advanced power strip are advised for homeowners as cold weather descends on the North Country.
Mooers residents send Typhoon Haiyan aid
Art and Norma Menard are collecting donations to assist Typhoon Haiyan victims in her Philippines Islands' hometown.
- Park Street buyouts progressing Hazard-mitigation funds would be used to purchase eligible flood-damaged homes in Malone and improve the banks along Duane Street Road.
Bill McKibben: Climate crisis influenced storm
Support urged for Typhoon Haiyan victims, climate-change action
Caution urged in typhoon relief
Better Business Bureau lays out five common mistakes made in choosing charities.
First Essex County flood buyouts start
County supervisors approve $800,000 to get the process underway.
High winds caused outages, property damage
Debris was spread around the region and thousands left without power when high winds blew through the North Country late last week
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