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On Friday officials and residents celebrated the opening of the footbridge connecting downtown Jersey City to Liberty State Park seven months after it was swept away by Hurricane Sandy but according to the latest estimates the park's rebuilding is far from over.
1 hr ago | New York Magazine
It's Memorial Day Weekend, and that means the beginning of Jim Rutenberg's enviable summer-long post in the Hamptons.
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Bill Schultz, right, commander of American Legion Post 321 in Union Beach, right, salutes as a memorial wreath is placed into Raritan Bay during a Memorial Day ceremony this morning in Union Beach.
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Early warning is critical to saving lives when severe weather hits, but a look at the U.S. weather satellites shows we could soon be without the information that helps predict major storms.
More than six months after Superstorm Sandy caused unprecedented damage to the Jersey Shore region, the beaches will be open for Memorial Day Weekend and the summer.
Boar's Head in Hampton is seen in the background as state workers use a front end loader and bulldozer to clear storm-damaged North Beach.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood today announced an additional $3.7 billion in disaster relief funds to help the four major transit agencies in New York and New Jersey that sustained the greatest damage from Hurricane Sandy.
With the carnage of Hurricane Sandy still fresh in the minds of communities along the Atlantic coast, federal forecasters' prediction for another active season is far from welcome news.
This past October, many of us in the tri-state area were affected by Hurricane Sandy in one way or another.
A digital rendering of Garrison Architects' beach comfort station. These modular structures are being installed on New York City beaches that were damaged by Hurricane Sandy.
New Jersey used a record-breaking gesture Friday to celebrate its recovery from a record-setting storm, proclaiming to the nation that the Jersey shore is back in business following Superstorm Sandy.
Two weeks ago, the federal government gave New York City's Hurricane Sandy recovery plan the green light.
While listening to an NPR report out of Moore, Okla., this week, I was genuinely shocked.
A woman observes the damage to the Fishing Pier after Hurricane Sandy hit the region October 30, 2012 in Ocean City, Maryland.
When an EF5 tornado touched down in Moore, Oklahoma, this week, Tad Agoglia and his First Response Team of America were stationed at a hotel about 30 miles away, ready to take action.
Sand from the beach at Sea Bright is placed in a giant sifter as work to restore the shore goes on in Sea Bright in December.
DEEP park maintainer Lea Church repairs heavy post and rail fencing destroyed during Hurricane Sandy at Silver Sands State Park in Milford, Conn.