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Hurricane Sandy debris
Laurie Cataldo
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Hurricane Sandy Debris Still Lines Streets

It's been six weeks since Hurricane Sandy pulled down trees, wrecked homes, and left the Jersey Shore in the dark for days.

In many places, signs of clean-up are slow at best.

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Ortley Beach
A man searches for his home in Ortley Beach. (Mark Wilson, Getty Images)
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Jersey Shore Home Disappears During Sandy Clean-Up

Several homes were carried away in the flood waters from Hurricane Sandy.

One house though didn't wash away...it seemed to have disappeared. So where did it go?

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Governor Chris Christie and President Barack Obama
Republican Governor Chris Christie and Democratic President Barack Obama praised each other during Sandy cleanup efforts. (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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The Cost of Hurricane Sandy Recovery [POLL]

President Obama is expected to ask Congress for $50 billion in Hurricane Sandy aid. That sounds great...until you realize that the governors of New Jersey, New York, and Connecticut have asked for $82 billion in relief aid.

So who should foot the bill?

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Hurricane Sandy damage one month later
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The Jersey Shore – One Month Later [VIDEO]

When Hurricane/Superstorm/MegaMess Sandy ravaged our coastline, we all saw the photos and videos of the immense damage.

So what does it look like one month later?

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Governor Christie and Laurie Cataldo
With Governor Christie at the 2011 NJ Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony (Laurie Cataldo)
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Governor Christie Shows Leadership After Storm

I've said many times before that I hate politics...and that in most cases, I can't stand politicians.

Our leaders have really been put to the test in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, and while some failed, others should be commended.

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Garden State Parkway Traffic
Ted Kerwin, Flickr
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Traffic May Be Lighter Than Normal Tomorrow

The Wednesday before Thanksgiving is typically the busiest travel day of the year, but this year things may be different at the Jersey Shore.

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Hugging after Hurricane Sandy
John Moore, Getty Images
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Advice For Hurricane Sandy Survivors From New Orleans Resident

Few people can understand the devastation we're facing post-Sandy like the people of New Orleans.

When Katrina ripped their worlds apart in 2005, it seemed worlds away. Now, we're closer than ever, and one Katrina survivor shares some advice.

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thanksgiving table
Flickr user ilovebutter
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Thanksgiving Event Planned for Displaced Families

So many families have been displaced by Hurricane Sandy and with Thanksgiving just around the corner (it's only a week away! Ack!) one local resident wants those in need to have a chance to enjoy the holiday.

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Volunteering for Hurricane Sandy victims
John Moore, Getty Images
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Brick PAL Needs Volunteers

Many people who spent a good chunk of time volunteering after Hurricane Sandy have gone back to work and school, leaving many local groups in need of help.

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Jon Bon Jovi
John W. Ferguson, Getty Images
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Jon Bon Jovi Visits First Responders in Sea Bright

Jersey's own Jon Bon Jovi toured Sandy-ravaged Sea Bright over the weekend and took time to meet with some local first responders.

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dog and cat
b1ue5ky, Flickr
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Associated Humane Society in Need of Donations

Local animal shelters and rescue groups were inundated with animals after Hurricane Sandy, and they are in desperate need of supplies.

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Volunteering for Hurricane Sandy victims
John Moore, Getty Images
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Return to Normalcy is Necessary But Awkward

I'm dying to get back to normal...but is it too soon?

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