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Sandy Victims Struggling Through Holidays [AUDIO]

This holiday season, thousands of people displaced by Sandy still need help getting their lives back together.

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Shore Charity Spreads Holiday Cheer to Sandy Victims [AUDIO]

For the second consecutive year, Jersey Shore Gift Givers are providing holiday presents to families displaced by the Superstorm.

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Sandy Recovery
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NJ Tourism Struggles Continue After Sandy [AUDIO]

Some New Jersey tourism experts who testified before the Assembly Tourism and the Arts Committee Thursday, said the state's "Stronger than the Storm" campaign to drive people to the shore after Sandy would have been more helpful if it kicked off earlier.

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Seaside Heights
Seaside Heights (Mark Wilson, Getty Images)
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Marketers: NJ Post-Sandy Ads Good but Too Late

Tourism promoters say the state's advertising campaign to let people know the Jersey shore was open for business was good, but came too late to save the summer.

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Habitat for Humanity Helps Rebuild Monmouth County [AUDIO]

More than a year after Sandy hit, many residents are just now able to return home, thanks to Habitat for Humanity.

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Ortley Beach, NJ
Residents of Ortley Beach, NJ watch their home get demolished (Mark Wilson, Getty Images)
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Eminent Domain Ordinance Advances in Toms River [AUDIO]

An ordinance to allocate $3,784,800 to pay for the cost associated with eminent domain of beach front properties in Toms River has a to a final reading.

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Construction Workers
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New Rutgers NJ Economic Report Is a Mixed Bag [AUDIO]

New Jersey's economy remains in recovery mode, but it's not coming back as quickly as the national economy.

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Downed Power Lines
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Improving Communication After NJ Disasters [AUDIO]

After Hurricane Irene and then again after Superstorm Sandy, tens of thousands of New Jersey families were without power for days. A new bill moving through the state legislature could make it easier for those families to know when they can go back home.

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Seaside post-boardwalk fire  (Photo by Ilya Hemlin, Townsquare Media)
Seaside post-boardwalk fire (Photo by Ilya Hemlin, Townsquare Media)
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Seaside Rebuilds Once Again After Fire [AUDIO]

For the first time in decades, nothing separates the beaches of Seaside Heights and Seaside Park and its respective communities.

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Rutgers University
Rutgers University (Flickr User slgckgc)
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Report: University Handled Sandy Well

A Rutgers University task force has found the university handled Superstorm Sandy well but offers some areas for improvement.

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