NJ Residents Share Shore Memories: From The Newsroom
Life is slowly returning back to normal across New Jersey, but repairs go on and coastline scars serve as a constant reminder of Sandy's wrath.
- We spoke to NJ residents, who shared their favorite memories of the battered shore.
- Residents of Seaside Heights Seaside Park and Pelican Island are being allowed a few hours to return home today.
- Senate President Sweeney is weighing in on the issue of the state purchasing flood-prone homes.
- One NJ Mayor says more needs to be done to address long-term power issues.
- Seaside realtors plan to rebuild.
- Were New Jerseyans prepared for the strength of Sandy and her aftermath?
- Citizens could receive a lower tax assessment because of storm damage.
- Sandy could have a long-term impact on the Barnegat Bay.
- Today's "What's So Great" spotlights our station's "Restore New Jersey" effort.
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The weekend poll asked if your life had regained any normalcy since Sandy. 30% say yes, 40% no, and another 30% say only some normalcy.
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