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Seaside Heights NJ

sandy day #1

Community Gathers For Sandy Service Day

The first of two service days set aside to mark the one year anniversary of Superstorm Sandy took place Saturday throughout the New Jersey coastline.

10/26/2013

(Credit: CBS3)

Christie Plans $15M In Aid After Seaside Boardwalk Fire

Gov. Chris Christie plans $15 million in state aid to businesses damaged in a massive boardwalk fire at the Jersey shore.

09/14/2013

(credit: by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Governor Christie Returns To Fire-Ravaged Boardwalk In Seaside

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie returned to Seaside Heights on Saturday to take a look at the damage wrought by the inferno that destroyed several blocks of boardwalk, and consumed dozens of businesses.

09/14/2013

(Old photographs are laid out on a car hood to dry after being removed from a home flooded by Superstorm Sandy in Seaside Heights, NJ.  File photo by Mark Wilson/ Getty Images)

Volunteer Group Restoring Damaged Family Photos For Hurricane Sandy Victims

“Operation Photo Rescue” is setting up shop this weekend in the Home Depot store in Seaside Heights, NJ.

05/03/2013

Seaside Heights

Seaside Heights Residents View Sandy Damage

Residents of Seaside Heights, Holgate and North Beach are seeing their homes for the first time since the storm.

11/09/2012

(The main, oceanside section of the Atlantic City boardwalk was NOT damaged by Hurricane Sandy.  File photo)

Atlantic City Businesses Say Sandy Didn’t Affect Tourism Amenities

Don Marrandino, chairman of the Atlantic City Alliance, says the five-mile stretch of Atlantic City boardwalk is fully intact despite the impression people got from photos that were broadcast during Hurricane Sandy.

11/09/2012

(An Ocean City, NJ lifeguard dory.  File photo by Steve Butler)

Ocean City, Finishing Second, Scoffs at Latest ‘Best NJ Beaches’ Survey

The Wildwoods has won the “best beach in New Jersey” survey for the fourth time in five years. But the survey is being called “cockamamie” by Mark Soifer, public information officer for Ocean City.

05/24/2012

(A beach at Sea Isle City, NJ.  File photo by John Ostapkovich)

New Jersey Group Holds Annual “Top Ten Beaches” Vote

From Asbury Park to Avalon and beyond, many of us have a favorite shore point. And if so, now’s the time to be counted.

02/23/2011