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Contractor admits scamming Sandy victims

Authorities say a contractor has admitted taking deposits for work that was never done at two central New Jersey homes damaged by Superstorm Sandy.

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NJ Beach Town Devastated By Hurricane Sandy Tears Down Storm-Damaged Homes
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Studying Sandy’s impact on New Jerseyans

In an effort to determine the long-term effects of Sandy on the health and well-being of New Jersey residents, the state Department of Health is backing a study that will be conducted by a joint research team from Rutgers and Columbia universities.

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U.S. Sen. Robert Menedez (D-NJ) visits the home of Doug Quinn, a Silverton resident whose home was damaged in Sandy.
U.S. Sen. Robert Menedez (D-NJ) visits the home of Doug Quinn, a Silverton resident whose home was damaged in Sandy (Ilya Hemlin, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Menendez: Flood insurance program failing homeowners

Between flood insurance companies and FEMA, many Superstorm Sandy victims are still falling through the cracks, according to U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez.

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Seaside Park
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App tells story about Seaside’s Sandy recovery

A new GPS-based app is telling the story about the damage done by Superstorm Sandy to Seaside Park and the work that continues to get back to normal.

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Jersey shore
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Beach badge sales strong in New Jersey

Some Jersey shore communities still recovering from Sandy are encouraged by beach badge sales this season, nearly two years after the devastating hurricane.

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Aerial shot of Mantoloking, NJ (John Moore, Getty Images)
Aerial shot of Mantoloking, NJ (John Moore, Getty Images)
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Sandy projects continue, two years later

The start of a steel sheet pilings project for Mantoloking and Brick is one of several coastal endeavors the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection has to remediate after Superstorm Sandy.

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Toms River dunes
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Gov: Easement holdouts put NJ at risk

The Garden State dodged a bullet when Hurricane Arthur only grazed the state last weekend, but Gov. Chris Christie believes New Jersey is still vulnerable if another storm hits.

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Jersey Shore
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Beach widening finished in Monmouth

Work to widen Monmouth County beaches that were pounded by Superstorm Sandy has been completed, and similar projects for beaches in other oceanfront counties are planned for this fall and winter.

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Coast
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Concern over NJ coastal building rules

Environmentalists say New Jersey's proposed new rules for coastal development would place more people and property at risk from future storms like Superstorm Sandy.

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Senate President Steve Sweeney
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NJ Dems fail on Sandy bill override [AUDIO]

As with every previous attempt, state Senate Democrats were unsuccessful Monday in trying to override one of Gov. Chris Christie's vetoes. Their latest effort attempted to reverse Christie's conditional veto of the "Superstorm Sandy Bill of Rights."

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