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Rutgers Easing Grade Requirements After Storm

Rutgers University is letting students struggling to recover from last week’s superstorm take their classes on a pass/no-credit basis this semester.


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3 On Your Side: Landlord Waives Rent For Residents With No Heat Due To Sandy

Mary Jane Kutch has radiators for heat in her Chelsea Village Apartment in Atlantic City but is relying on the steam from boiling water on her gas stove to keep her warm.


Visitors to the shore will find many of their favorite beaches and boardwalks ready for summer, thanks to a massive rebuilding effort like this one after Superstorm Sandy. (credit: Chris Collett)

Seaside Heights Officials Announce Re-Entry Plan For Residents

The following is an announcement regarding the re-entry into Seaside Heights, New Jersey, a town hit hard by Hurricane Sandy.


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Red Cross Fundraising Blitz Continues For Victims Of Hurricane Sandy

The Red Cross fundraising blitz continued in high gear on Tuesday in its effort to handle everyone who was displaced during Hurricane Sandy.


(Homes in North Beach, Long Beach Island were damaged by Hurricane Sandy.  Credit: Carey Codd)

Residents Allowed To Briefly Return To Long Beach Island

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.



Christie: New Jersey Continues To Recover From Superstorm

Governor Chris Christie says all 21 New Jersey counties will now be included in the major disaster area declaration, so all residents will now be able to seek assistance from the Federal Emergency Management Administration.


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Port Authority Transportation Facilities Slowly Recovering From Sandy

The Port Authority of New Jersey and New York has reported an update on conditions at their transportation facilities on Sunday.


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Alternatives Created So New Jersey Storm Victims Can Vote

Officials said there was some confusion among voters about whether the election is still being held Tuesday due to the damage inflicted by the storm, and they realize that voting is probably “the last thing” on the minds of weather-weary residents.


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SEPTA Loaning 31 Buses To New Jersey Transit

New Jersey Transit is getting a helping hand from their colleagues in Philadelphia.


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Superstorm Sandy’s Death Toll In New Jersey Grows To 23

Superstorm Sandy is now being blamed for 23 deaths in New Jersey.


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Gloucester County Residents Lead Community In Sandy Relief Efforts

After contacting shelters in the area for information on what items were needed, John and his friend Janene Nolan Geiss reached out to family and friends through email, word of mouth and social media and received a great response.


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Many NJ Schools Districts To Reopen Monday

State education officials say students will be returning to classes Monday in many New Jersey schools that were shuttered by the superstorm.


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Operation Brotherly Love: Sandy’s Aftermath – Donate To Red Cross

Thank you Delaware Valley for your generosity during the Operation Brotherly Love: Sandy’s Aftermath Phone Bank.


Heat Wave Grips New York

Local Store Distributes Ice To Sandy Victims

Bottom Dollar Food announced that it would continue to give donations of free ice at a new location.


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New Jersey To Use Military Trucks As Polling Places Due To Sandy

New Jersey state officials say they are extending the deadline for mail-in ballots and will deploy military trucks to serve as polling places on Election Day in storm-battered communities.