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4 hrs ago | Natl. Relocation & Real Estate
Three years ago, my family and I drove overnight from Maine to New Jersey, trying to get home ahead of Hurricane Irene.
8 hrs ago | NJ.com
RAHWAY - An online petition effort to fund a Rahway River flood-control study now has the support of a city councilman, who's asking his fellow residents to add their names.
11 hrs ago | LongIsland.com
August 28, 2014 - "Three years ago today, Hurricane Irene turned the lives of many New Yorkers upside down.
The NYRCR Rye Planning Committee to host Public Engagement Meeting on September 9, 2014 for the NY Rising Community Reconstruction Program New York.
There are many ways for Gov. Cuomo to promote his new prize competition, a $40 million contest to inspire businesses and utilities to work on ways to generate and distribute power more locally in something called "microgrids."
The announcement the other day that a $13.7 million federal grant would be used to strengthen the Route 211 bridge over the Wallkill River was a bit of an understatement.
"The local flood board, consisting of Woodland Park, Little Falls and Cedar Grove, also have a plan with regard to the Peckman River and we believe they're in the process of putting together a hybrid plan," Kazmark said.
Diane Clark says the roof of her mobile home was completely blown off as Hurricane Irene passed through Eastern Carolina causing millions of dollars in damages.
Only two hurricanes have made landfall in North Carolina in the last three years, Hurricane Arthur and Hurricane Irene.
CRANFORD - On Aug. 27, 2011, water from the Rahway River surged onto Cranford's streets, flooding homes and businesses, causing millions of dollars in damage and forcing some residents to evacuate by boat.
U.S. Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney will be in Middletown Thursday morning to make an announcement regarding the Hudson Valley in the wake of Hurricane Irene.
Krakatoa blows its top, The Guinness Book of World Records debuts, "Mary Poppins" premieres, The Beatles meet The King, and a guitar great dies, all on this day.
As law enforcement agencies across the country face questions about acquiring powerful military surplus equipment, including tanks, armored personnel carriers and silencers, the Passaic County Sheriff's Office has taken a decidedly more peaceful route - five flood-rescue vehicles to forge water more than two feet deep.
We are smack in the middle of hurricane season. The Hurricane Center is forecasting a below-normal season meaning fewer hurricanes.
Updated: Fri Aug 29, 2014 09:35 pm
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