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NJ Makes Buyout Offers to 272 Homes in Middlesex County

New Jersey has offered to buy 272 homes in flood-prone zones of Sayreville and South River.

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New Jersey Transit Trains
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NJ Transit Looks to Shelter Trains

New Jersey Transit is looking to better protect its rail cars from storms.

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Sandy rebuild
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Sandy Victims Attack Aid Distribution [AUDIO]

Nearly 15 months since Superstorm Sandy made landfall in New Jersey, and a year since Congress approved a multibillion dollar aid package, a number of Garden-Staters still have no real place to call home.

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Sandy Renters
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NJ Has Distributed Half of $1.8 Billion in Sandy Aid

Fifteen months after Superstorm Sandy pounded New Jersey, the state has distributed nearly half the $1.8 billion in initial funding it received from the federal government, the state's community affairs commissioner told lawmakers Wednesday.

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Sandy construction
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Sandy Contractor Pleads Guilty to Forgery Charges

A southern New Jersey man has admitted he provided a false insurance certificate and worked as an unregistered contractor following Superstorm Sandy, even after authorities revoked his registration.

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Monmouth Beach Replenishment Work Starts

New beach replenishment work will begin in central Monmouth County on Saturday, while at the other end of the Jersey shore, federal officials are contemplating building dunes for the Wildwoods.

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Flood Insurance Increases Vex NJ Homeowners [AUDIO]

Some homeowners could be between a proverbial rock and a hard place as they face rising premiums once federal flood insurance subsidies come to a close.

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Beach Erosion
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Post-Snow Beach Erosion Not a Big Concern [AUDIO]

Coastal experts and town officials along the Jersey Shore do not expect major beach erosion to follow Thursday's nor'easter.

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Hurricane Sandy damage in Holgate, Mystic Islands, Ortley Beach and Lavalette,
Hurricane Sandy damage in Mystic Island (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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NJ Town Bills Residents for Lawn Care After Sandy

Some southern New Jersey residents whose homes were wrecked by Superstorm Sandy are upset about bills they are getting from the township for lawn-mowing services.

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Flooding at NJ Transit's Hoboken Terminal
Flooding at NJ Transit's Hoboken Terminal (YouTube via NJ Transit)
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Report on NJ Transit Sandy Performance Released

An independent report on New Jersey Transit's performance in Superstorm Sandy says the agency must prepare better for the next big storm.

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