The effects of a Halloween storm are still clear on North Main Street in Dolgeville.
Zipp True Value Hardware Co-Owner Scott Pollard's business was OK, and so was his home, but he did lose a house.
His brother-in-law was also affected.
"My brother-in-law in the business, he also lost his home. Fortunately, he owns a house that we've been working on that he bought, so he's almost ready to move into that," Pollard said.
Red Xs can be seen along North Main Street. One homeowner told us their home is condemned, but they're hoping improvements will allow them to move back in.
They've been through and are going through a lot, but those affected by the Halloween storm are grateful for the help of volunteers.
"It's brought a lot of people together," Pollard said. "They had a clean-up day a few weeks ago, and there was over 160 people [who] showed up for it."
The Herkimer County Emergency Services Director said the office has extended its state of emergency through January 19. So far, FEMA has announced funding toward public infrastructure damaged by the effects of the storm, but not individual assistance.