The community that was hardest-hit by Superstorm Sandy is preparing to use eminent domain to take small strips of land from oceanfront homeowners who are holding up a critically needed beach replenishment project.
In the last couple of months we have seen such sad pictures of the destruction of Super Storm Sandy here in Ocean County and up and down the Jersey Shore. This beautiful picture is from Seaside Heights and every time I look at pictures I see this one in the mix and love it.
More than five months after Hurricane Sandy belted the Garden State, some of the hardest hit residents are still struggling with symptoms including depression, anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder.
More than $1,000,000,000 in hazard-mitigation requests related to Superstorm Sandy in Monmouth County communities are now in the hands of the New Jersy Office of Emergency Management (NJOEM), awaiting disposition.
Families who have depended on hotel space since losing their homes in Superstorm Sandy face a May 1 checkout and it looks like this time there'll be no extension. Finding rental space isn't easy. But it might become more so tomorrow at Toms River Intermediate East.
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