Long Beach Island
Residents of Long Beach Island are only just getting their first look at the damage and destruction caused by Hurricane Sandy. They were allowed back for a few hours on Monday and officials say they likely won’t be let back in until Saturday.
Anthony Martinelli described what the waves took from his home, and said he was grateful to get on the island Monday, along with hundreds of other LBI residents who lined up on Route 72 for hours.
For the first time since Hurricane Sandy crashed the Jersey shore, Long Beach Island will be open to homeowners on Monday from 7 a.m. until 3 p.m.
As the water recedes from some of the hardest hit New Jersey barrier islands, officials say it will still likely be several days before anyone will be allowed back into the beach towns.
Sandy is expected to hit the shore hard. But one shore builder says newer homes can withstand the punishment.
New Jersey beachgoers were startled over the weekend to see a small plane flying overhead pulling a swastika banner.
Nine miles worth of oceanfront on Long Beach Island was shut down for a part of last weekend when medical waste started washing up on shore.
All beaches on Long Beach Island were open to swimming on Sunday, a day after many were closed after medical waste and other debris washed up on shore.
Employees at the non-profit marine mammal-stranding center in Brigantine bring back a 60-pound harbor porpoise that washed up on Long Beach Island Wednesday.
Is the New Jersey coastline overdue for a direct impact from a hurricane? KYW’s Mike DeNardo reports.
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Iced-over footprints and discarded clothing have led a Coast Guard crew to a body near Long Beach Island, N.J.