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Local Sandy relief efforts turn eyes to south

Dry ice is unloaded from a flatbed truck in Union Square for distribution to residents of the still powerless Chelsea section of Manhattan on Thursday.
Dry ice is unloaded from a flatbed truck in Union Square for distribution to residents of the still powerless Chelsea section of Manhattan on Thursday.
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When Jon Phillips got a break from the fray Wednesday night to go trick-or-treating with his kids, he noticed a group of children and parents collecting candy for the people of New York City and New Jersey. It was a touching sight for a man who was wondering how else he could help those affected the most by Hurricane Sandy. As the last few hiccups from wind and power damage are being worked out in ...

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