The federal government has started making new payments to victims of Superstorm Sandy after a review found that some policyholders were not paid what they were due from the National Flood Insurance Program.
Superstorm Sandy was one of the most significant events to affect the state. A group of students from one of New Jersey's top-rated colleges is making sure the event is memorialized for generations to come.
Three summers removed from Superstorm Sandy, and two summers removed from the catastrophic fire, officials and merchants in Seaside Heights are hoping for a successful and catastrophe-free 2015 boardwalk season.
Homeowners insured through the National Flood Insurance Program who think they were shortchanged for Superstorm Sandy damage could receive a letter as early as this week asking them if they want to reopen their claims so that they can be re-examined.
Wendy Joan sported strips of red tape on her jeans and jacket to symbolize the delays she has encountered with state agencies and joined other Superstorm Sandy victims Thursday, rallying to voice their frustration as the third summer after the storm nears.
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