New York City Gets Back to Work After Irene

Jemal Countess/WNYC

New York's three major airports resumed operations and a limited subway schedule is running as the city recovers from heavy rains, wind and flooding from Hurricane Irene.

Our news partner WNYC in New York City is continuing their coverage as cleanup continues and commuters struggle to get back into work.

NPR's story on the storm includes an early damage estimate of $7 billion and focuses on inland flooding. There is also a slide show featuring stark images from the storm.

Vermont was especially hard hit by Irene as you can read in this extensive coverage by Vermont Public Radio.

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