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Hurricane Sandy

Atlantic City damage
Despite significant flooding and damaged caused by Sandy in Atlantic City's, the town's tourist attractions came out virtually unharmed. (Mario Tama, Getty Images)
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Sandy Causes Record Drop in Casino Revenue

Superstorm Sandy came ashore near Atlantic City in October, but in November the storm led to the biggest monthly drop in casino revenue in the city's 34-year history of legalized gambling.

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NJ Transit station sign
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NJ Transit Chief: Train Storage Decision ‘Sound’

New Jersey Transit's executive director says the decision was "sound" to store rail cars in Hoboken and Kearney before Superstorm Sandy hit.

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The Ark re-opens its doors tomorrow night in Pt Pleasant
Photos courtesy of Tony Bartone
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Another Staple of the Jersey Shore is Set to Re-Open its Doors this Weekend

As New Jersey continues to rebuild and restore from the effects of Hurricane Sandy, we continue to feel better about things as we see more and more businesses re-opening after suffering extensive damage. One of those flag-ship venues at the Jersey Shore is re-opening its doors for business this weekend.

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The closed New York Stock Exchange is barricaded with sand bags
The closed New York Stock Exchange is barricaded with sand bags (Andrew Burton/Getty Images)
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NYC Working on Storm Prep, Bloomberg Says

The city will work on upgrading building codes and evacuation-zone maps, hardening power and transportation networks and making sure hospitals are better prepared for extreme weather after Superstorm Sandy, Mayor Michael Bloomberg said Thursday.

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PATH train. (Twitter)
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PATH Weekend Service Changing for Repairs

PATH trains will only operate on the Newark to World Trade Center line for the next two weekends.

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Hoboken PATH station during Superstorm Sandy (Image courtesy of Port Authority of NY and NJ)
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More Sandy Federal Relief Money Heading to Jersey

U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood has announced he is making 10 million dollars in quick release emergency relief funds immediately available to New Jersey to continue to repair damage caused by Superstorm Sandy.

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David Matthau, Townsquare Media
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Chris Christie in Washington for Sandy Aid

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is at the White House.

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Seaside May Let Residents Return Next Month

The Jersey shore community where a roller coaster plunged into the ocean and became the defining image of Superstorm Sandy hopes to let its residents move back home in January.

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Downed Power Lines
Mark Wilson, Getty Images
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NJ Utilities Failed to Communicate After Sandy

The head of the agency that regulates New Jersey's utilities gives the state's power companies an `F' for how they communicated with customers and mayors during Superstorm Sandy.

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Power Lines Downed By Trees
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NJ Panel Probes How Utilities Handled Sandy

The head of Jersey Central Power & Light is being grilled by the Senate Budget Committee over how his utility handled Superstorm Sandy and a subsequent nor'easter.

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