Superstorm survivors looking for federal financial help just got extra time to apply. The Federal Emergency Management Agency, prodded by New Jersey officials, extended the application window to March 1, 2013.
Following the playbook used after Hurricane Katrina, the Federal Emergency Management Agency ships scores of mobile homes into New Jersey for families whose homes have been wiped out by Superstorm Sandy.
Frank D'Alonzo, the onetime Athletics and Special Projects Supervisor in the Toms River Regional Schools District, heads to prison for 37 months in connection with the bribery scheme that landed his former boss behind bars for more than three times as long.
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