Superstorm Sandy

Breezy Point 1 Year After Superstorm Sandy (credit: Paul Lurrie)

Gov. Cuomo Signs Bill Cutting Red Tape For Superstorm Sandy Victims

During the bill singing, Cuomo announced New York Rising will conduct a study on raising homes in Breezy Point.

07/17/2015

The SU+RE House, a storm-proof house created by students at the Stevens Institute of Technology. (Credit: CBS2)

Student Designers Create Storm-Proof House In New Jersey

Local destruction after Superstorm Sandy prompted a team of student architects and engineers to come up with a new plan for coastal communities that are at risk during natural events.

07/15/2015

Manasquan Inlet, May 26, 2013. (credit: Tim Scheld/WCBS 880)

Despite Being Slammed By Sandy, Manasquan, N.J. Wants No New Dunes

Manasquan has become the latest Jersey Shore town that was pummeled by Superstorm Sandy and has now decided it doesn’t want protective sand dunes.

07/10/2015

Rendering of man-made island off coast of New Jersey (Credit: CBS2)

CBS2 Exclusive: Army Corps Project Looks To Protect Jersey Shore From Future Storms

The idea is that man-made islands would take the first impact of a future storm.

07/03/2015

Long Beach Cinemas has reopened after being damaged by Superstorm Sandy. (Credit: CBS2)

Long Beach Movie Theater Reopens After Being Wrecked By Sandy

Another symbol from the recovery of Superstorm Sandy has appeared on the South Shore of Long Island.

07/02/2015

beach

Officials Hope Replenishment Project Will Protect NJ Beaches From Future Storms

It’s officially beach season and officials have been hard at work to make the shore experience even better.

07/01/2015

Long Beach Sandy Damage

Lawmakers Fight Back Against FEMA’s Request For Sandy Victims To Pay Back Funds

Reps. Rice and Meeks are sponsoring legislation to allow FEMA to forgive debts owed by storm victims

06/19/2015

FILE -- These Ortley Beach, N.J., homes were badly damaged in Superstorm Sandy. (Credit: Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

NJ Sandy Victims Hit Workshop Before Round 2 In Fight For Aid

Nearly 100 people showed up for the free informational clinic in Brick Township, WCBS 880’s Peter Haskell reported.

06/15/2015

A house remains under construction one year after being partially destroyed by Superstorm Sandy, October 29, 2013 in Dover Beach North, New Jersey. (Photo by Kena Betancur/Getty Images)

Homeowners Say Sandy Recovery Program Has Kept Them From Getting Back To Normal

Storm victims have offered harsh criticism for a Superstorm Sandy recovery program.

06/03/2015

Home damaged by Sandy in Toms River, NJ Nov. 1, 2012 (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

College Of New Jersey Creates Oral History Archive Of Superstorm Sandy Victims

College of New Jersey Associate Professor Matthew Bender said the stories of the past have real importance for the present and future.

05/24/2015

Beach replenishment efforts on the Jersey Shore on Friday, April 17, 2015. (Credit: Levon Putney/WCBS 880)

Jersey Shore Still Recovering As 3rd Post-Sandy Summer Nears

The Jersey shore is still recovering as the third summer after Superstorm Sandy nears.

05/21/2015

Sandy home for auction (Credit: Mike Xirinachs/ WCBS 880)

Hurricane Sandy-Damaged Homes In Nassau County Go Up For Auction

Dozens of Sandy-damaged homes in Nassau County were auctioned off Monday.

05/19/2015

Nassau County residents say noise from generators at a sewage treatment plant have become a nuisance. (Credit: CBS2)

Nassau County Residents Say Noisy Generators Are Rattling Their Nerves

The generators were supposed to provide a temporary fix after Superstorm Sandy flooded a sewage treatment plant, but they’re still cranking out power and noise.

05/14/2015

Homes wrecked by Superstorm Sandy sit amongst sand washed ashore on October 31, 2012 in Seaside Heights, New Jersey. (credit: Mario Tama/Getty Images)

New Jersey Sandy Victims Protest Pace Of Rebuilding Aid Programs

Homeowners frustrated at the slow pace of recovery from Superstorm Sandy staged a protest rally outside the New Jersey Statehouse.

05/14/2015

Nearly 13 miles of beaches and dunes on Long Beach Island are being restored. (credit: Levon Putney/WCBS 880)

Post-Sandy Beach Widening Starting On Long Beach Island

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has started work in Ship Bottom on a $128 million project that will restore nearly 13 miles of beaches and dunes on Long Beach Island.

05/07/2015

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