Shore area dwellers who acted intuitively and quickly when Superstorm Sandy hit the Garden State last October get top honors at next Tuesday's annual awards ceremony and dinner from the Mental Health Association of New Jersey.
Mantoloking officials call out five beach front property owners during this week's council meeting for refusing to sign easements to give access for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to beach protection project.
Governor Chris Christie and President Barack Obama have each told residents and consumers across the country that the Jersey shore is open for business this summer, but that's not true everywhere along the coast.
If you're anxious about the federal Community Development Block Grants that can help you rebuild your Superstorm-damaged property, the word from New Jersey officials is: calm down. You have until the end of June to apply.
In a matter of 10 minutes or so, Prince Harry managed to restore something that Superstorm Sandy nearly drowned among people in Seaside Heights, bigger than all the new lumber on the boardwalk - their optimism.
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