For this week's special edition of Week in Review, we bring you a few of the local stories about the storm that still has many tri-boro residents without power.
Gas Lines Cause Frustration in Bloomingdale
Dozens of motorists and patrons waited in line for hours to fill their cars and containers with gas this week. By Friday night, the governor ordered gas rationing.
Man in Serious Condition After Being Struck by Tree
A Butler man was transported to the hospital and listed in "serious condition" after a tree collapsed and struck him in the head. He was transferred to the Intensive Care Unit on Thursday, according to police.
Power Cut in Tri-Boro After Feeder Line Fails
While some had already lost power at that point, all tri-boro residents and businesses had power go out when a feeder line to Butler Electric failed. After two days, the main substation was repaired and electric crews were able to begin working on restoring power to customers.
Sandy Aftermath: Trees Crash Down in Tri-boro
In this photo gallery, we captured a glimpse of some of the destruction left by the storm, including trees down in many of the tri-boro's main roadways.
While trees crashed down on power lines, creating detours throughout the Kinnelon neighborhood, some residents said they did not think Fayson Lakes was hit too hard by Sandy when compared with other parts of the state.
Tri-Boro Elections Should be Unphased by Sandy
Power outages should not have an effect on Tuesday's election, according to tri-boro officials. Polling places are expected to open as usual on Election Day.