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1 hr ago | Bloomberg
The 51-year-old Republican, who may be eying a 2016 presidential run, was forced to cancel a ribbon-cutting this morning at a rebuilt elementary school in Hurricane Sandy-ravaged Ship Bottom.
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5 hrs ago | St. Anthony Messenger
During a major, historic wave of Irish immigration to the United States at the turn of the last century, a tenacious Catholic effort helped one-third of the young, single Irish women who arrived in the Port of New York.
7 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal
TRENTON - As Hurricane Sandy victims continue to complain about New Jersey's recovery efforts, state Senate President Stephen Sweeney will continue this week to push legislation he says is designed to help them.
8 hrs ago | Courier News
Those residents don't particularly care who's responsible. They just want the problem fixed, and they want the money that should be coming to them, as soon as possible.
As a new week begins -- mixing Monday gloom with St. Patrick's Day frenzy -- the Weather Channel makes its big push.
A five-mile stretch of coast in northern Broward County will enter the summer storm season with a bulked-up beach to protect it from the waves, now that work is finished to replace sand torn away by Hurricane Sandy.
UNION BEACH - Courtney Olesh chipped away at the paint on the side of a bluish-gray home in Union Beach damaged during Hurricane Sandy.
Nearly 200 singers - including a large award-winning ensemble from Scottsdale, Arizona - will sing a Sandy benefit concert in on the St. George Theater stage Saturday.
With a recent lawsuit filed against the city by a development group hoping to build two luxury residential towers on a Fifteenth Street pier, it is likely that a nearly two-decade long legal battle will continue well into 2014.
Climate change deniers like Congressional Representative Michael Grimm don't want to hear it, but that "jury's still out on climate change" line? It's outdated.
Approximately 25 firefighters battled the blaze at 148 Center Avenue late Friday evening, Deputy Police Chief Michael Pigott said in a press release Saturday.
"I didn't have everything," said the 40-year-old mother of four, but, "it took me a long time to get what I had."
Last week, Assemblyman Joseph Saladino, along with Nassau County Legislator Michael Venditto and Mayor Jeff Pravato of Massapequa Park, hosted an event at the Massapequa Fire Department to honor the 279 firefighters for their heroic efforts during Hurricane Sandy with official New York Certificates of Merit.
With a huge increase to the ranks of the hungry on Staten Island, the Staten Island Hunger Task Force held its legislative breakfast Friday to express its growing need to local lawmakers.
Extell Development is facing a $27 million lawsuit from contractor Five Star Electric Corp., which claims non-payment for work done at the One57 hotel condo site - the location where a tower crane collapsed following Hurricane Sandy.
OCTOBER 29: A machine works on a demolition of a house one year after being partially destroyed by Superstorm Sandy, October 29, 2013 in Dover Beach North, New Jersey.