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A “Welcome Home” in Sea Bright

Sea Bright Rising and the New Orleans-based St. Bernard Project are celebrating their first reopening of a Sandy-damaged home in Sea Bright on Tuesday, June 17, 2014.

The St. Bernard Project was founded in 2006 after Hurricane Katrina, and Manager for Development and East Coast Operations Teddi Bubnowski says their mission is simple

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Ocean County Receiving Largest Share of $40M in Sandy Grant Money

New Jersey is giving most of the $40 million in federal Hurricane Sandy disaster relief aid to Ocean County.

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Sea Bright Man Pleads Guilty to Defrauding FEMA’s Transitional Shelter Program

 

A Sea Bright man will soon learn his fate after confessing to fraudulently staying in hotels on the Federal Government's dime after Superstorm Sandy. 

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AT&T Volunteers Erect Dune Fences in Sea Bright (Ellen Webner)
AT&T Volunteers Erect Dune Fences in Sea Bright (Ellen Webner)
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Corporate Voluntarism Finds Welcome Outlet in Sea Bright

One of the Jersey Shore's most beleaguered boroughs gets a boost in rebuilding from scores of volunteers...none of whom are in the restoration business, but all of whom share the can-do spirit that has brought the beaches back from Superstorm Sandy.

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First Responders flank Toms River Mayor Thomas Kelaher (bottom, second from left), flashing their winning smiles and JetBlue travel passes (Debbie Winogracki)
First Responders flank Toms River Mayor Thomas Kelaher (bottom, second from left), flashing their winning smiles and JetBlue travel passes (Debbie Winogracki)
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Special Honors, Special Gifts for Shore Superstorm Heroes

Selflessness in the face of disaster earns special recognition - and free airplane trips - for a handful of first responders in five New Jersey shore towns hit hardest by Superstorm Sandy.

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Sea Bright, Monmouth Beach Shore Replenishment Targeted for Late July Start

Money is allocated, a contractor is in place, and restoration of the shorelines in Sea Bright and Monmouth Beach by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is expected to start in late July.

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Six Shore Towns Divide $29M in FEMA Disaster Loans

Toms River, its fire district, and five Monmouth communities get $29,700,00 in federal financial support to bridge revenue gaps during Superstorm recovery.

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William Nagle of Sea Bright, Monmouth County Prosecutors Office
William Nagle of Sea Bright, Monmouth County Prosecutors Office
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Sea Bright Man Arrested for Defrauding FEMA Housing Program

Efforts to crack down on Superstorm-related crimes leads to the arrest of a Sea Bright man. 51 year old William Nagle was charged today with defrauding FEMA out of more than $12-thousand dollars in Transitional Shelter Assistance grant money.

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$34 Million in New FEMA Loans Go to Storm-Tossed Shore Towns

Twelve storm-dented towns, boroughs and municipal entities in Ocean and Monmouth Counties are dividing $34,000,000 in low-cost loans newly-issued by the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

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Monmouth County Gets World’s Largest Beach Fill Project

What's being called the world's largest beach fill project ever undertaken by the U.S Army Corps of Engineers is headed to Monmouth County this summer.

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