Following the destruction caused by Superstorm Sandy almost one year ago, municipalities up and down the Jersey Shore are recovering, rebuilding and preparing for another possible storm. In part two of our five-part series: Are We Ready? We hear the answer right now is 'no.'
As the one year anniversary of Superstorm Sandy approaches, New Jersey has made tremendous efforts to repair, rebuild, and prepare for another possible hit from a hurricane at some point in the future, but what would happen if the Garden State took another direct hit in the coming weeks or months? I…
The Hurricane Sandy New Jersey Relief Fund is marking the upcoming Sandy anniversary by partnering with Jersey Cares to host two Sandy Service days on October 26 and October 29, during which volunteers can take part in more than 50 projects across the state designed to help those who need it most.
A fourth grade teacher from Ortley Beach, who has spent the last 29 years at the Hugh J. Boyd Elementary School in Seaside Heights, is getting national attention as one of People Magazine's Teacher's of the Year.
With all of the federal and state funding for Superstorm Sandy, New Jersey residents will still be left paying between $8 billion and $13 billion out-of-pocket for rebuilding, according to a report from U.S. Strong, which calls for the establishment of an Extreme Weather Relief Fund.