Meteorological monster Superstorm Sandy roared into the heavily populated New York metropolitan area six years ago Monday, leaving at least 182 people dead from the Caribbean to the Northeast.

The storm caused tens of billions of dollars in damage. It also left stories and images of resilience, resolve and humanity. People at the heart of these and other stories from storm have rebuilt, regrouped and added new chapters.

The Associated Press revisited some of those stories and explored the new chapters added since the storm.