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FEMA: Hundreds of Rental Units Available

The Federal Emergency Management Agency says it has identified 769 homes and apartments available for rent in storm-affected areas of the state.

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Public Access Stalling Toms River Dune Replenishment [AUDIO]

Toms River's dune replenishment project is nearing completion for public beaches; however the Township is having trouble getting easements from private beachfront property owners to do restoration.

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NJ Banks Urged to Help in Sandy Restoration [AUDIO]

The full State Senate has approved a resolution urging New Jersey's financial institutions to make financial assistance readily available to individual property owners, businesses, and local governmental units affected by Hurricane Sandy.

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High Insurance Rates Could Force Middle Class Out of NJ Shore [AUDIO]

As many Jersey Shore residents begin to rebuild after the damage caused by Superstorm Sandy, they will soon be paying a lot more for flood insurance.

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NJ Inland Towns See No Solutions After Sandy

Images of New Jersey's devastated shoreline captivated the nation in the days after Superstorm Sandy.

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Sandy Pushed Down NJ Revenue for November

New Jersey officials say Superstorm Sandy held down state revenues for November as people cut back on driving, shopping and gambling.

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Jersey Shore Communities Continue Recovery Efforts From Superstorm Sandy
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Chris Christie Urges Congress to Approve Sandy Aid

President Obama has signed off on the plan, but lawmakers in Washington have not approved the 60 billion dollar Sandy aid package for New Jersey and New York yet.

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Christie Urges Quick Action on Sandy Aid [VIDEO]

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says he'll apply greater pressure on Congress if a $60.4 billion Superstorm Sandy aid package isn't approved by the new year.

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Chris Christie Returns to Belmar 7 Weeks After Sandy

Gov. Chris Christie told a town hall audience in Belmar that the state still has "big problems and big challenges" to deal with seven weeks after Hurricane Sandy.

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NJ Jobless Rate Dips to 9.6 Percent

New Jersey's unemployment rate dipped by a one-tenth of a percentage point in November to 9.6 percent. It was the third straight monthly decline after having climbed to as high as 9.9 percent.

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