PLANNED PARENTHOOD SHOOTING: Standoff Ends; 1 Officer, 2 Civilians Dead

Mary Goepfert

New Jersey’s Emergency Management Office Receives Major Equipment UpgradeA $3 million federal grant has led to a major upgrade in equipment for New Jersey’s Office of Emergency Management.
One Year Later, NJ Still Recovering From Hurricane IreneAugust 27th is the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Irene making landfall on New Jersey.
President Obama Surveys Hurricane Damage In Paterson, New JerseyThe Passaic River is receding but the mayor Jeffery Jones says several thousand people have not been able to return to their homes and businesses.
FEMA, NJ Officials To Assess Storm DamageThey’ll start in the hardest hit areas of Cumberland and Salem Counties, where several roads remain closed. In government-speak, it’s a “joint preliminary damage assessment.”
East Coast Hurricane Season Begins Wednesday; Officials Urge PreparationForecasters are expecting a more active than normal hurricane season, and Mary Goepfert, external affairs officer for the New Jersey Office of Emergency Management, says you should gather necessary items now.
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