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Superstorm Sandy Damage
Normandy Beach after Sandy (Townsquare Media)
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Second-Homeowners in Limbo After Sandy

The Jersey shore's small vacation bungalows and cottages have for decades staked out little plots of paradise where families who scrimped and saved could while away summer evenings, parents having drinks on the deck and kids working the ice cream stand or stealing a first kiss under the boardwalk.

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New Jersey Shore Still Heavily Damaged Months After Hurricane Sandy
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Waterway Debris Removal Winding Down After Sandy

A massive cleanup of debris that washed into New Jersey waterways after Superstorm Sandy is nearing an end.

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David Faria and Chaim Gottlieb
David Faria and Chaim Gottlieb (Ocean County Prosecutor's Office)
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Lakewood Businessmen Charged with Sandy-Related Loan Fraud

The operators of Ocean County Search and Rescue in Lakewood head to court, accused of using the Superstorm and FEMA as the hook to float a $75,000 loan.

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Hurricane Sandy Bears Down On U.S. Mid-Atlantic Coastline
Hurricane Sandy Bears Down On U.S. Mid-Atlantic Coastline (Mike Stobe, Getty Images)
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Storm Costs Big Headache For NJ Municipalities [AUDIO]

Still struggling from Superstorm Sandy, and with a nor'easter blowing through South Jersey, municipalities are once again left to try and fund an expensive and unpredictable storm season.

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Domestic Violence
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More Sandy Help For Monmouth County

Monmouth County was among the areas most devastated by Superstorm Sandy nearly one year ago. People are still struggling to get their lives back to some semblance of normalcy. Gov. Chris Christie has announced that his Administration is expanding domestic violence services to victims of the storm.

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NJ Bankers
NJ Bankers (Townsquare Media NJ)
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Bankers Help Rebuild Sandy Ravaged Homes

Superstorm Sandy turns one year old on October 29th. In the almost 12 months since it came ashore, there are still thousands without a place to call home.

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Metuchen Resident Admits to Scamming Superstorm Victims

A central New Jersey man has admitted to preying on Superstorm Sandy victims by promising them low-cost housing or cars and defrauding them of approximately $55,000.

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Sand Dunes
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Ocean City and Mantoloking Moving to Take Dune Easements

Two Jersey shore towns will move soon to seize narrow strips of oceanfront land from owners whose refusal to grant permission for the work has been blocking a desperately needed shore protection project.

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New Jersey Transit Trains
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Christie Says Worker to Blame for Train Damage

Gov. Chris Christie says a low-level manager -- not the state's mass transit chief -- was to blame for failing to move trains to higher ground during Superstorm Sandy, causing $120 million in damage.

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Superstorm Sandy
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Help for Small Businesses Affected by Sandy

The State of New Jersey is providing help to small business owners recovering from Superstorm Sandy through the Stronger New Jersey Business Grant and Loan programs.

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