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FEMA Extends Deadline To Review Hurricane Sandy Flood ClaimsUncle Sam is giving victims of Hurricane Sandy an extra 30 days to request that their claims for federal assistance be given a second look.
US Makes 1st New Payments To Sandy Victims After ReviewThe Federal Emergency Management Agency announced Monday that payments are now going out.
Study: Sandy's Impact Takes Toll On Residents' Mental HealthA new study says the lingering effects of Superstorm Sandy are taking a toll on the mental health of New Jersey residents impacted by the storm.
Large Wave Washes Out Jersey Shore Town's Fireworks DisplaySeaside Heights officials say a wave ran so far up the shore on Saturday night that it soaked all the fireworks set up on the beach.
Christie Marks 300th Home Acquired Under Post-Sandy ProgramGov. Chris Christie says more than 300 homes have now been acquired by the state under a post-Superstorm Sandy buyout program.
NJ Congressman Announces Legislation Aimed At Helping Residents Impacted By Superstorm Sandy Standing with Superstorm Sandy victims, New Jersey Congressman Tom MacArthur announced plans to help people still not able to get FEMA aid.
Senate Panel Passes Bill Aimed At Transparency In Sandy AidPeople affected by Superstorm Sandy would be owed a timeline detailing when state aid would be distributed under a bill advancing in the state Legislature.
Two And A Half Years Later, Sandy Still StingsWednesday marked two and a half years since Superstorm Sandy hit the coast of New Jersey.
Bon Jovi, Charities Open Hunger Center At Jersey ShoreRock star and philanthropist Jon Bon Jovi and local charities are opening an anti-hunger center in a section of the New Jersey shore devastated by Superstorm Sandy.
Christie To Announce $202 Million Union Beach Storm ProjectGov. Chris Christie has announced a new storm protection project for one of the areas worst hit by Superstorm Sandy.
NJ Official Says Getting Hurricane Sandy Relief From Feds Was 'Cumbersome' But Worth ItAn audit by the federal government has shown that the State of New Jersey had to apply 15 times to extend a grant in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
Landscaper Settles Superstorm Sandy Price Gouging ClaimsA New Jersey landscaping company will pay the state $33,000 to settle claims of price gouging and other deceptive practices that allegedly occurred during Superstorm Sandy.