On January 29, people in Monmouth County with nowhere to call home, or on the verge, can get supplies and learn about services they can use while helping ensure that the county gets more funding to keep a safety net under them.
It's withstood two major boardwalk calamities, a superstorm, and even Snooki. Now, after two disaster-interrupted false starts, Seaside Heights marks 100 years of existence with a party in the center of town and optimism for its second century.
Toms River beachfront homeowners who oppose access to their land by the Army Corps of Engineers to build protective dunes stand a step closer to losing pieces of their land through the eminent domain process.
In a decision that's reverberating all along the superstorm-strewn shoreline, the Harvey Cedars couple originally given $375,000 for compensation related to a protective dune on their beachfront property has settled with the state for one dollar.
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