-- PATH train service, which typically ferries 245,000 people under the Hudson River to New York City each weekday, is suspended until further notice.
-- With at least 28 killed, the state had the most fatalities, most of them in New York City.
-- Bellevue Hospital was evacuating its remaining 700 patients, some of them critically ill, in a process that could take two days, a source familiar with the evacuation plan told CNN.
-- Coney Island Hospital and Manhattan Veterans Affairs Hospital were also evacuated.
-- The moment the lights went out can be seen on YouTube in a fast forward, stop-motion video showing Sandy sweep through the city.
-- The Army Corps of Engineers will begin pumping water from flooded tunnels beginning Thursday, a spokesman says.
John F. Kennedy International Airport reopened Wednesday with limited service, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey said. LaGuardia Airport was to reopen at 7 a.m. Thursday with limited service.
-- Buses were to run on regular routes Wednesday, the Metropolitan Transit Authority announced, cautioning that there may be detours and "substantial waits." Limited subway service was to resume Thursday morning, along with bus service between Downtown Brooklyn and Midtown.
-- Near-normal train service will resume from Mount Kisco, New York, and Stamford, Connecticut, to Grand Central Terminal for rush hour Thursday morning.
Cars crossing New York's East River bridges between 6 a.m. and midnight must carry at least three people, Bloomberg said. Taxis are exempt.
-- Limited commuter rail service on Metro North and the Long Island Rail Road was to begin Wednesday afternoon, and limited New York City subway service will begin Thursday, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said. Service below 34th Street remained out.
-- Public schools will remain closed for the week.
-- Curtains will rise again Thursday night in theaters on the Great White Way after staying dark since Sandy's assault. "The show must go on, and Broadway shows are doing just that," said Charlotte St. Martin, executive director of the Broadway League.
-- The ING New York City Marathon will be held Sunday as planned, Mayor Mike Bloomberg told reporters.
-- Thursday's planned game between the New York Knicks and Brooklyn Nets at Barclays Center has been postponed.
-- A fire in Breezy Point, Queens, incinerated 110 homes, a fire official says.
-- Engineers have concluded that ties from a collapsed crane atop a luxury apartment building on West 57th Street are secure, but the street below will not be reopened until this weekend at the earliest, Bloomberg said.
-- The death toll in the state stands at nine, including an 8-year-old boy who was struck by a tree limb.