Contractor Pleads Guilty For Stealing Nearly $1M In Superstorm Sandy Funds To Buy Drugs, Stash In Dead Father's Bank AccountBrower instead used the funds to buy illegal narcotics and funneled money into a bank account he created using his deceased father's information.
4 More New Jersey Residents Charged With Theft For Alleged Bogus Sandy Aid ClaimsOfficials say all the false claims are responsible for diverting more than $8 million in relief funds.
A Look At Superstorm Sandy's Wrath Five Years LaterIt was five years ago today that parts of New Jersey were being hammered by Superstorm Sandy. So how is the Garden State faring today?
5 Years After Sandy, Survey Shows Displeasure With NJ Recovery EffortsFive years after Superstorm Sandy ravaged parts of New Jersey, New York and Connecticut there is an updated survey of some of the hardest hit people in the Garden State. And they remain generally unhappy with the way in which they were helped by the government.
Fishing Pier Replaced After Superstorm Sandy Damaged By JoseOfficials say a fishing pier at the New Jersey shore that was rebuilt after Superstorm Sandy has suffered damage from high waves caused by Hurricane Jose.
New Roller Coaster Set To Rumble Through Seaside HeightsCasino Pier is set to bring its new coaster, the Hydrus, to life, nearly five years after Superstorm Sandy destroyed the iconic Jetstar.
Contractor Charged For Scamming Individuals With Homes Damaged In Superstorm SandyA New Jersey man is facing charges for scamming individuals who had their homes damaged during Superstorm Sandy.
Poll Of Sandy Victims On 4th Anniversary Of Superstorm Finds Continued Displeasure With NJ RecoveryA poll that has followed Sandy victims issued a report card of sorts on how recovery efforts have proceeded.
Many Victims Of Sandy Still Homeless, Almost 4 Years LaterIt's thought that half of the 8,000 families who sought help from the government are still in rebuilding mode.
Bon Jovi Opens Hunger Center In New Jersey Shore Town Hit Hard By SandyJon Bon Jovi and local charities have opened a hunger center to help people in need in a New Jersey shore town that was devastated by Superstorm Sandy.
FEMA Tells Sandy Survivor They Want Their Money BackNow, more than 3 years after the storm, the government is taking back money given to people impacted by Sandy.
New Poll Shows Dissatisfaction Among Those Impacted By Superstorm SandyA new poll of New Jersey residents hardest hit by Superstorm Sandy suggests there is still a lot of dissatisfaction with how the state has handled things in the three years since the storm struck the coast.