The administration of Gov. Chris Christie on Monday announced a plan to expand temporary and permanent housing for thousands of New Jersey residents who were displaced by Superstorm Sandy in late October.
Some local medical professionals were on a mission Sunday night, trying to help Sandy victims who have become so busy in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy that they have not taken care of some basic needs.
It has been more than three weeks of hardship for residents of Staten Island who were all but destroyed by Superstorm Sandy, but on Wednesday night, they tried to forget about it all as they enjoyed a free early Thanksgiving dinner.
The holiday season is supposed to be the most joyous time of the year, but for Jonelle Redmond, of Long Island, the wrath of Superstorm Sandy has dampened any holiday hopes. But one organization has a mission to help.
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