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The Coach House diner will celebrate its 75th anniversary on April 12. The 24-hour diner has stood at the corner of Kennedy Boulevard, 10th Street and Paterson Plank Road since 1939, and, as second-generation owner Nicolas Pappas likes to say, "We haven't closed since World War II."
The federal government has given the city billions of dollars to rebuild homes damaged by Hurricane Sandy, but only a tiny fraction of that money has been spent, and hurricane victims, and lawmakers want to know why.
Rep. Michael Grimm on Monday urged the Senate to pass his flood insurance bill aimed at stopping staggering premium increases.
The Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders reminds home owners who are seniors age sixty and older, or persons with disabilities, that they may qualify for a federal grant of up to $5,000 under the new Home Repair and Advocacy program.
Rob Moore is a senior policy analyst for NRDC where he is part of a team devoted to protecting U.S. water resources.
Gary Silberman was flooded out of the Lindenhurst home that he rented from his parents.
"This is the motor vessel Muggs, and we're approaching the marina presently," says an assertive voice.
Frustrated by the pace of federal and state programs to help homeowners and businesses rebuild, the 57-year-old Highlands resident, is electing to go out on her own, selling her flood-destroyed home and restarting her business on a leap of faith.
Miller Field is re-opening to the public for the first time since Hurricane Sandy.
PRINCESS ANNE , Md.- The only homeless shelter in town shut down more than a year ago when Hurricane Sandy wreaked havoc on it.
Habitat for Humanity volunteers Roger Hebbert and Debby Olson begin to repair a wall at the home of Ted Abbate on Wade Court Friday.
Hoboken Mayor Dawn Zimmer said her city should have gotten a larger grant from the state.
Linden resident Jack Horta complains at a meeting last week about the difficulties he's had rebuilding his home after Hurricane Sandy ELIZABETH - More than a year after Hurricane Sandy devastated his Linden neighborhood, Jack Horta said he's still trying to find the money to finish repairs on his house, which was demolished by a fallen tree.
Dr. Alan Blumberg, who runs the Center for Maritime Systems at Stevens Institute of Technology, has developed a plan to build islands around the Tri-State area.
New York Sen. Martin J. Golden and U.S. Rep. Michael Grimm are urging the U.S. Senate to approve the Homeowner Flood Insurance Affordability Act.