The series "Sandy: Then And Now" looks at the damage left by Superstorm Sandy on New Jersey and how tourism, residents have worked towards recovering and improving the public's perception of the damage...
As the one year anniversary of Superstorm Sandy approaches, New Jersey has made tremendous efforts to repair, rebuild, and prepare for another possible hit from a hurricane at some point in the future...
Ten teams participating in a federal design competition have come up with 41 projects they say could better protect the New York and New Jersey coastlines from the type of flooding seen during Superstorm Sandy.
Tomorrow will mark one year since Superstorm Sandydevastated the New Jersey coastline, forcing many residents from their homes, taking all of their belongings and leaving them with nothing but the clothes on their backs.
Superstorm Sandy flooded or dropped snow on much of the eastern U.S. on Oct. 29, 2012, becoming the nation's second-most expensive weather disaster at $65 billion and killing at least 182 people after claiming dozens of other lives in the Caribbean. New Jersey and New York were hardest hit, but a large swath of states was affected. A look at Sandy's effects and the status of recovery.
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