Superstorm Sandy’s devastation: floods, wind, fire and snow

November 1, 2012 in News, Top Stories

By Ayesha K. Mustafaa
Interim Managing Editor

Sandy was called a category 1 storm, but no such storm like her had ever been seen on the east coast. A category 1 storm is usually mild, compared to the dreaded category 3 storm.

Stretching over an area of 1,000 miles with a full moon at her back, meeting a cold front coming in from the north, Sandy delivered devastation unseen on the eastern shores.

She flooded the 103-year-old New York City subway lines, submerged three airport runways, forced the cancellation of 50,000 flights worldwide, ….

New York Giants Touchdown After Winning Super Bowl

February 6, 2012 in National Sports, News, Sports, Top Stories

 Super Bowl Champion Giants Get Parade in New York Today The New York Giants will take the Super Bowl trophy on a parade up the “Canyon of Heroes” in lower […]