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Hurricane Sandy

Giants and first responders
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New York Giants Make Contribution To Sandy Relief Efforts

The New York Giants football organization has donated $500,000 to Sandy relief, according to northjersey.com. The money will be split between New York and New Jersey, with the money going to both the Hurricane Sandy New Jersey Relief Fund and the Mayor's Fund to Advance New York City.

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Regina Yahara-Splain of Highlands
Regina Yahara-Splain of Highlands (Andrew Burton, Getty Images)
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Another Storm Tests The Jersey Shore’s Emotions [POLL]

There are so many words to describe each of us on the Jersey Shore. Shocked, exhausted, concerned, cold, heartbroken, resilient, focused and neighborly are some that come to mind, but one that doesn't is ready, especially when it comes to another storm.

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Jets QB Mark Sanchez, Detective Chris Bonner and Chief Francis Larkin, Chris Aldrich OC Fire Inspector, Toms River's own and Cincinnati Reds Todd Frazier at Toms River East Little League helping with the league's drop offs.
Jets QB Mark Sanchez, Detective Chris Bonner and Chief Francis Larkin, Chris Aldrich OC Fire Inspector, Toms River's own and Cincinnati Reds Todd Frazier at Toms River East Little League helping with the league's drop offs.
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Touching Photos of Support for the Shore

It's been amazing to see communities come together in times of need and as we restore the shore. But, the aid is not only coming from your neighbors, friends and family, but from complete strangers from all over the country. Some were sent here as part of their jobs, some were just compelled to help. Regardless, we appreciate everyone's support. Here are just some examples of folks going above and beyond to help us out.

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utility crews
flickr user, harmonica pete
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How Do You Feel About The Response To Sandy? [POLL]

As I write this, JCP&L reports that over 600,000 of their customers are still without power. I have seen crews working on the monumental task day and night since the storm subsided.

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Point Pleasant Beach Boardwalk
Point Pleasant Beach boardwalk (Lou Russo, Townsquare Media)
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Hey Mother Nature: Was It Something We Said?

I would like to ask Mother Nature a question. Was it something we said? This is New Jersey, after all, and I know we sometimes say things we probably shouldn't, but Sandy, then a below freezing night with so many without power, and now a Nor'easter? Really?

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We are Jersey Strong
We are Jersey Strong (Lou Russo, Townsquare Media NJ)
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A Visit To Point Pleasant Beach Brings Tears, But Also A Sign Of The Jersey Spirit

When I stood on the boardwalk in Point Pleasant Beach this weekend, I couldn't believe what I saw and what I didn't see.

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candlelight
flickr user, livepine
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Things We’re Doing More Of Since The Lights Went Off

There is nothing convenient about not having power for a week, but here are some good things that come out of our time in the dark.

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A crowded NJ Transit platform on Monday morning
A crowded NJ Transit platform (Twitter)
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Overcrowding Forces NJ Transit To Suspend North Jersey Coast Line

Overcrowding on NJ Transit's North Jersey Coast Line forced a temporary suspension in service on Monday morning.

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Devastation in Seaside Heights
Mark Wilson, Getty Images
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Hurricane Sandy: It Took So Much From The Photo Album Of Our Lives

Hurricane Sandy has affected all of us here at the Jersey Shore. It has devastated the place we love and has changed the Jersey Shore forever.

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Atlantic Ocean During Hurricane Sandy
Atlantic Ocean during Hurricane Sandy (Mario Tama, Getty Images)
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NJ Braces for Nor’easter [AUDIO]

A little less than 1 million homes and businesses were still without power as of last night, compared with 2.7 million who lost their electricity at the height of Hurricane Sandy, but trouble could be headed our way. New Jersey is staring down the barrel of a nor'easter that could slam the state mid-week and put power restoration efforts into reverse.

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Stony Pony
Stone Pony in Asbury Park (Michael Loccisano, Getty Images)
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How Did Sandy Affect Asbury Park? [AUDIO]

It could have been worst, much worst. That's the conclusion of Asbury Park Mayor Ed Johnson after surveying the damage left by Hurricane Sandy.

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Is There a Way to Prevent Power Outages? [AUDIO]

One week after Hurricane Sandy battered the Garden state, several hundred thousand people still don't have their power back.

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