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FEMA trailers lined up at Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson
FEMA trailers lined up at Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson (Ilya Hemlin, Townsquare Media)
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Many Displaced by Sandy Still Far from Home [SERIES]

In part two of our series Sandy: Then and Now, we look at the challenges faced by displaced individuals in finding a place to stay and returning home.

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Flikr user kylegordon
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Health Officials Warn About Generator Misuse [AUDIO]

Since Sandy, many people have acquired backup generators to keep the lights on in the event of a future emergency, but officials warn they have to be used safely.

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Surf rolls past the destroyed Jet Star roller coaster
Surf rolls past the destroyed Jet Star roller coaster (Mario Tama, Getty Images)
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Sandy’s Storm Effects Still Felt [SERIES]

In part one of our series Sandy: Then and Now, we look at how the state looked right after the Superstorm hit and how it looks almost a year later.

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Where to crab in NJ, Best NJ Day Trips (Flicker User: Doug Letterman)
Where to crab in NJ, Best NJ Day Trips (Flicker User: Doug Letterman)
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Crab Population Declines Post-Sandy [AUDIO]

If you like Seafood then you'll wanna hear about this.

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Sea Bright damage
John Moore, Getty Images
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Post-Sandy Grants Awarded to 3 Towns

Three Jersey shore towns will split $22.5 million in grants to help them pay for essential services as they recover from Superstorm Sandy.

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Hurricane Sandy Bears Down On U.S. Mid-Atlantic Coastline
Hurricane Sandy Bears Down On U.S. Mid-Atlantic Coastline (Mike Stobe, Getty Images)
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Storm Costs Big Headache For NJ Municipalities [AUDIO]

Still struggling from Superstorm Sandy, and with a nor'easter blowing through South Jersey, municipalities are once again left to try and fund an expensive and unpredictable storm season.

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Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter
Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter (Photo courtesy of Habitat for Humanity)
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Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter to Visit Union Beach [AUDIO]

Former President Jimmy Carter and former First Lady Rosalynn Carter are coming to Monmouth County's most Sandy-ravaged community Saturday for their 30th annual Work Project with Habitat for Humanity.

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Atlantic City casinos
Flickr User Lisa Andres
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AC Casinos Need Help in 4th Quarter [POLL/AUDIO]

We can expect year-over-year gambling revenue increases for Atlantic City in the final quarter of 2013, but that's only because the resort town was affected last year by the worst storm in New Jersey history.

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Domestic Violence
Joe Raedle, Getty Images
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More Sandy Help For Monmouth County

Monmouth County was among the areas most devastated by Superstorm Sandy nearly one year ago. People are still struggling to get their lives back to some semblance of normalcy. Gov. Chris Christie has announced that his Administration is expanding domestic violence services to victims of the storm.

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NJ Bankers
NJ Bankers (Townsquare Media NJ)
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Bankers Help Rebuild Sandy Ravaged Homes

Superstorm Sandy turns one year old on October 29th. In the almost 12 months since it came ashore, there are still thousands without a place to call home.

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