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In the Barnegat Bay, side-scanning sonar and “picker” boats are the tools for a tedious cleanup.
Some homeowners may be forced out. Others may be able to rebuild, better. But one thing’s for sure: Things are going to change in Union Beach, New Jersey.
In a first for the New Jersey recovery effort, FEMA has provided a trailer to a New Jersey family on land they already own.
The latest in a series of tough winter storms brought more flooding and more destruction to New Jersey and Massachusetts shore towns.
As flood insurance rates get ready to spike sharply upward, buyers and sellers are worried about the consequences.
A Maryland builder says requirements for downspout sump pits are forcing him to damage tree roots.
“I cried all the way home,” said Staten Island homeowner Emilya Malkin after encountering New York City Parks Police on the beach near her house. Malkin says police threatened her family with arrest as she strolled with her husband and children.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie was quick to embrace FEMA’s new flood plain maps. But not everyone feels the same way.
Manhattan business leaders are keen to let people know that parts of the island worst hit by Superstorm Sandy are bouncing back.
Communities on Long Island’s south shore are facing a new problem: with the protective barrier island damaged, tides flood their streets every day.
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