Last New Jersey Boardwalk Damaged By Sandy Is Back In PlaceThe last New Jersey shore boardwalk to be rebuilt after Superstorm Sandy is back in place.
After Painstaking Sandy Repairs, Brick, N.J. Seniors Told To Raise HomesSome New Jersey seniors finally thought their troubles were over after Superstorm Sandy, but it seems like those troubles might just be beginning.
N.J. Legislators Approve Bill Preventing Foreclosures For Sandy VictimsA bill heading to New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's desk would prevent mortgage foreclosure for homeowners in the state whose houses were damaged by Superstorm Sandy.
Jersey Shore Dune Project Faces Resistance From Oceanfront HomeownersA group of ocean front homeowners at the Jersey Shore are suing the state because they don't want to be a part of a sand dune project.
Three Years After Sandy, Experts Urge Action Before Next Major Storm LandsWhen the storm came ashore it triggered flooding, and in Breezy Point raging flames. Tunnels turned into rivers, and lives were lost in a rage of nature.
Weeklong Protest In NJ Aims To Shine Light On Still-Struggling Sandy VictimsThey're hoping to convince lawmakers to act so that just about everyone is back home by Sandy's fourth anniversary.
Jersey Shore At Varying Stages Of Recovery Three Years After Superstorm SandyMore than 80,000 housing units were damaged or destroyed in the October 2012 storm. The cost: roughly $30 billion.
Strangers' Funding Allows Belmar Families To Go Home 3 Years After SandyThanks to the help of generous strangers, two Belmar, New Jersey families have returned to their homes three years after being displaced by Superstorm Sandy.
Some Jersey Shore Residents Worry Joaquin Will Be Repeat Of SandyResidents of coastal communities affected by Superstorm Sandy in 2012 have been watching the path of Hurricane Joaquin closely – amid fears that history could repeat itself.
More Federal Funds Coming For Post-Sandy Upgrades To PATH SystemThe PATH rail system will be getting additional federal funds to continue repairs from Superstorm Sandy.
City To Put In $100 Million To Prevent Flooding In Lower ManhattanMayor Bill de Blasio and other city officials announced a major capital commitment Thursday to protect Lower Manhattan from flooding.
'Sandy Transparency Act' To Provide Information To Victims Who Applied For Recovery FundingThe Sandy Transparency Act, signed into law, will help keep victims in the loop from now on.