For four years, people have worked hard and mostly successfully to erase the deep scars Superstorm Sandy left on the New York and New Jersey coastlines when it crashed ashore with deadly force on Oct. 29, 2012.
After learning some hard lessons from Superstorm Sandy, the Federal Emergency Management Agency says it is reforming the way it handles appeals from disgruntled policyholders in the National Flood Insurance Program.
A Democratic congressman from New Jersey is alleging that Gov. Christie's office mismanaged federal dollars that were earmarked to reduce lead poisoning after Superstorm Sandy. The governor's office called the claim a "shameless" partisan attack.
Three years after a malfunction on a Superstorm Sandy-damaged escalator injured several people at a PATH station, the agency that operates the rail line said it will replace all three of the units -- two years from now.
New Jersey renters, homeowners and business owners still recovering from Superstorm Sandy damage are being encouraged to apply for disaster assistance loans through the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA).
Challenges the Jersey Coast faces post-Sandy and ways to better prepare for future storms, rising sea levels and other climate changes will be discussed in a unique debate-style forum being held in Ocean County later this month.
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