About 350 homeless Superstorm Sandy evacuees who have been sleeping in New York City-funded hotel rooms for nearly a year may be forced to check out for good.
CLEVELAND - The United Way said calls to 211 are up after this week's storm with Hurricane Sandy.
Calls nearly doubled on Monday.
"211 is really the community's first call for help," said Bill Kitson, president of United Way of Greater Cleveland. "In a situation like this it is a place where people can call to find out where the warming stations are or if a shelter is open in your community, even if you need emergency food."
If you would like to help, the Red Cross said it is in urgent need of blood in the region. "The storm has actually affected our blood collections. We've had to cancel 325 blood drives," said Christy Sabaka of the Red Cross.
Cash donations are also being accepted. Volunteers are also needed. The Red Cross also opened 4 emergency shelters in Cuyahoga County. More information is on its website .
A 12-year-old message in a bottle is discovered amid a beach strewn with debris from Superstorm Sandy.
Jon Bon Jovi went home Monday to present a $1 million check from his band to a fund to help New Jersey recover from Superstorm Sandy.
Seven months after Superstorm Sandy, the Red Cross still hasn't spent more than a third of the $303 million it raised to assist victims of the storm, a strategy the organization says will help address needs that weren't immediately apparent in the disaster's wake.
The boardwalks are back, and so are most of the beaches, even if some are a little thinner this year.
This time next week, perhaps the most famous symbol of Superstorm Sandy's devastation at the Jersey shore will be gone.
Northeast Ohio marinas continue clean-up from Superstorm Sandy, which hit more than six months ago.