Starting May 1, Sandy-surviving homeowners looking for help in New Jersey's Housing Recovery Centers (HRC) will have two fullly operating options, Freehold and Newark. Satellite offices will continue in Toms River and Atlantic City.
The manufacturers of the Prized mobile app that allegedly infested Android phones and tablets with mining software have agreed to refrain from selling or marketing products with potentially-damaging malware, in a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission and New Jersey.
Finding safe, affordable housing remains and elusive quest for many Sandy victims, so the state is stepping in. The Department of Community Affairs (DCA) is hosting a second Rental Fair this Friday at the Atlantic City Convention Center.
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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