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1 hr ago | JD Supra
While the first anniversary of Hurricane Sandy is upon us, investigators of a special task force are still discovering the devastating aspects of this unprecedented superstorm.
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The Long Beach Public Schools Facilities Utilization Study Group, which convened in 2012, was formed to review district demographics, use of facilities and class sizes in all buildings.
Sam Corigliano was ready to close the doors on a 33-year-old Great Kills waterfront restaurant after flood waters from Hurricane Sandy inundated the Marina Cafe on Oct. 29, 2012.
The Hoboken Charter School was awarded a grant for $10,000 on Tuesday by Young Audiences of New Jersey & Eastern Pennsylvania, an organization that funds arts-in-education initiatives around the country.
Staten Island victims of Hurricane Sandy who are rebuilding their homes, and those who look forward to a damaged Tottenville park being re-opened, will be the beneficiaries as the New York Road Runners donated $125,000 to superstorm recovery efforts.
Olivet College is planning a weeklong service trip to Little Ferry, NJ, to aid victims of Hurricane Sandy.
Members of the New York Road Runners club presented a sizable check Tuesday to Staten Island organizations working with Hurricane Sandy victims.
There are moments in modern life when nature intrudes and reality is transformed.
A Midland Beach man caught lurking inside a Hurricane Sandy-damaged home in his neighborhood Saturday morning told police that he was only in there because his dog ran inside first, a law enforcement source alleges.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie during a meeting with first responders at Sayreville Engine Company #1 on the anniversary of Superstorm Sandy on October 29, 2013.
Billy Joel is moving in. The legendary singer-songwriter announced Tuesday that he'll take up a residency at his beloved Madison Square Garden in New York City -- but he has one condition.
Congress' numbers are bad on all fronts. In addition to the most recent Gallup pol l that put public approval of Capitol Hill at just 9 percent, Congress is poised to pass the fewest number of laws in 66 years.
The holidays are over - for now - and the art world has shifted back into gear. Sure, everyone might be talking about the Miami art fairs, but there's plenty going on elsewhere.
Elijah Foster-Torres was born 22 months ago into waves of despair. His maternal grandfather had died of brain cancer shortly before he was born and his maternal grandmother was taken by lung cancer in April.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg is refusing to confirm that he stayed in Bermuda hours after Sunday's train derailment, sticking to his long-held policy that his private schedule is off limits - a practice that his successor, Bill de Blasio, says he won't continue.
"Superstorm" Sandy was incredibly huge - the largest Atlantic hurricane on record with hurricane-force winds more than 1500km across at its widest point.
TIM ISBELL/SUN HERALD/2006Former CNN correspondent and Bay St. Louis native Kathleen Koch is asking Gulf Coast residents to write letters to Typhoon Haiyan survivors in connection with New York's nonprofit organization Project Rebirth.