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Superstorm Sandy

Royal baby George Alexander Louis leaves the hospital
Royal baby George Alexander Louis leaves the hospital (John Stillwell/WPA-Pool/Getty Images)
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Could Prince George Alexander Lewis Be a Sandy Baby?

It seems like only yesterday when Superstorm Sandy hit. I remember following Governor Christie on air who came up from Atlantic City to do the “Ask The Governor” program because he realized how much we needed to hear from him in the special time of New Jersey crisis.

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The Sandy Baby Boom

So you're in the dark, stranded in you're home for days, even weeks. What to do? Judging from recent hospital stats, folks were randy during Sandy.

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Debris from the damaged Casino Pier is removed
Debris from the damaged Casino Pier is removed (Mark Wilson, Getty Images)
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Casino Pier Struggles to Reopen

The New Jersey Shore amusement pier where Superstorm Sandy knocked a roller coaster into the ocean is struggling to get its ride park back up and running.

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J Beach Town Devastated By Hurricane Sandy Tears Down Storm-Damaged Homes
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Damaged Homes Starting to be Leveled

Along the New Jersey shore this year, the sounds of summer include earth-moving equipment still cleaning up the devastation wrought last year by Superstorm Sandy.

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Governor Chris Christie
Governor Chris Christie (Facebook)
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Chris Christie Touts Help Available to Sandy Victims [AUDIO]

With a 40 point lead over Democratic challenger Barbara Buono in the latest polls, Gov. Chris Christie is sticking to a carefully scripted plan this summer - touring areas hard hit by Superstorm Sandy, and reminding folks about the help that's available to them as the rebuilding continues.

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New York And New Jersey Continue To Recover From Superstorm Sandy
Flood-damaged belongings in Union Beach (Michael Loccisano, Getty Images)
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Despite Sandy, Many in Coastal NJ Not Prepared For Hurricanes [AUDIO]

Less than a year after Superstorm Sandy, an American Red Cross survey shows that a little more than half of those in coastal communities that were hardest hit, plan to take steps to prepare for this year's hurricane season.

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Route 35 in Brick after Sandy
Route 35 in Brick after Sandy (David Matthau, Townsquare Media NJ)
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State Receives $76 Million For Rt. 35 Reconstruction

The final portion of federal funding to quickly rebuild a stretch of Hurricane Sandy-damaged Route 35 in Ocean County was released on Friday.

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Submerged Seaside Heights roller coaster (Mario Tama/Getty Images)
Submerged Seaside Heights roller coaster (Mario Tama/Getty Images)
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FEMA Balks on Giving 100 Percent Coverage for Sandy Relief – Should We Expect It? [POLL]

The kumbaya moment may be over between Gov. Christie and federal officials who, apparently, have yet to respond to the Governor’s plea to pay 100 percent for full coverage for damages incurred during Superstorm Sandy

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Sandy hits Mantoloking
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Unbelievable Photo Taken from the Mantoloking Bridge

Dennis was down in the Pt. Pleasant/Mantoloking area yesterday and had to share one of the photos he took that was extremely jarring.

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Consumer Confidence Drops On Fiscal Cliff Fears

U.S. consumer confidence tumbled in December, driven lower by fears of sharp tax increases and government spending cuts set to take effect next week.

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