Six months ago, Sandy slammed into the Jersey Shore, and and changed almost everything. If you're anywhere at the Jersey Shore, it's not a far ride to see devastation that looks like it happened just yesterday.
We wake up this morning to hear that a fertilizer plant in Texas exploded and leveled the surrounding area, and there are reports of hundreds of injuries and several deaths, It is too early to know all the details , but it's yet another story of catastrophe.
With so many people in our area still in need of help in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, Door 21 Foundation is holding a 5K Fun Run for Hurricane Sandy relief Sunday April 28th at High School North in Toms River.
We all know that sinking feeling we get when we hear first hear about a tragedy, and it seems to be happening way too often. The first videos of the attacks in Boston brought back some horrendous feelings.
More than five months after Hurricane Sandy belted the Garden State, some of the hardest hit residents are still struggling with symptoms including depression, anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder.
Carly Roncin knew she had to find a way to help people after the devastation of Sandy. She came up with a great idea called 'A Princess' Wardrobe' and she began collecting prom and sweet sixteen dresses and accessories to give to those in need.
Liz and I are kicking off a special broadcast that will last 13 hours. The show is called "A Point In Time" and is a look back at some unbelievable stories from people who were on the front lines protecting us and our communities as well as a look ahead to the progress of our rebuilding process.
Liz and I will kick off a 13 hour live broadcast, "Point In Time", looking back at the devastation of Sandy and looking ahead to the continuing restoration of the Jersey Shore this coming Monday, March 25th at Jenkinson's in Point Pleasant Beach from 6am to 7pm.
I took a ride with through Belmar with Diane after our visit to Kelly's yesterday morning. I hadn't been there since Gov.Christie's press conference at the groundbreaking. Seeing the new boardwalk work made me proud of the Jersey Shore's strength.
Eric Katz, a 30-year-old paraplegic, Toms River, NJ native, who has devoted his life to building and creating artificial limbs for amputees, lost his home and everything he owned during Hurricane Sandy.
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