Latest Articles Tagged "blizzageddon"

Stephen Goldsmith, who resigned as Deputy Mayor after mismanaging the response to the 2010 blizzard and being arrested for domestic violence, has filed for divorce.

Bloomberg told reporters the city will launch a website letting people track plows via GPS: “We have a whole plan. We will get to it quickly." Wait a minute...that's exactly what the Cylons said!

As we look back at the snowy streets of NYC from the blizzard a year ago, let's think of a new term for "snowpocalypse" and "blizzageddon," which need to be retired in 2012.

A group of emotionally scarred commuters who were trapped on an A train for eight hours overnight during last year's Christmas weekend blizzard are suing the MTA.

A year later the city is still paying for the Boxing Day blizzard of 2010.

Everyone thought Stephen Goldsmith resigned from his position at deputy mayor because of his terrible blizzard response, but it was actually due to his arrest for domestic violence.

NYC realizes that during huge blizzards, the Sanitation Department needs help.

The Department of Investigation released their long-awaited report on the alleged sanitation "slowdown" during last winter's Blizzageddon. And they ultimately found that there was no conspiracy to purposefully slowdown as revenge for department budget cuts.

Mayor Bloomberg walking in the slushy streets on December 27, 2010

After the Great December 2010 blizzard, filmmaker Todd Bieber found a canister