A central New Jersey man has been sentenced to five years in state prison after admitting he preyed on Superstorm Sandy victims by promising them low-cost housing or cars and defrauding them of approximately $55,000.
For three days this week, educators throughout New Jersey and New York will be talking about things like extreme weather, climate change, sea level rise and environmental stewardship with their students.
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