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4 Dead, 16 Injured in Fort Hood Shooting

Four people, including the gunman, were killed and 16 others injured in a shooting at Fort Hood in Killeen, Texas Wednesday evening.  Fort Hood officials said the gunman was a soldier who had been receiving mental health treatment and that he died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

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After Sandy – The Jersey Shore Then and Now [PHOTOS]

Recently, Getty photographers set out to track the progress since Sandy swept through the tri-state area. Their photos highlight the accomplishments of the past year, but underscore the need to stay the course.

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Light Up New Jersey

WHEN:
Tuesday, October 29th at 6 p.m.
WHERE:

  • Raritan Bay Waterfront Park - 1 Kennan Way South Amboy (NJ 101.5 with Raritan Bay Federal Credit Union)
  • Keansburg- Keansburg 9/11 Memorial at Main Street and Beachway (
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Local Restauranteur Who Lost Everything in Sandy Returns with Black Pearl

While many business owners who lost everything in the wake of Superstorm Sandy might despair, Anthony Cioffi saw it as an opportunity.

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Keyport Yacht Club Regatta to Benefit Sandy-Affected Homes Along Raritan Bay

Racing fans and neighbors! Get out your 2013 calendars and mark the dates June 22 and 23 for the annual Bill Volk Regatta charity event at the Keyport Yacht Club.

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Tom Dunphy, RestoretheShore.com
Tom Dunphy, RestoretheShore.com

After Sandy, the Phrase “Bennies Go Home” No Longer Applies [EDITORIAL]

We're locals. We go to the beach, not "down the Shore." We sleep better with sand in our sheets. We hate bennies. Right?

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Governor Chris Christie Sees New Margaritaville as Symbol for Recovery at the Shore [VIDEO/PHOTOS]

Atlantic City’s oldest casino now has a new entertainment attraction, and Governor Chris Christie believes it is a symbol that the shore is back.

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Governor Christie helps the residents of Lavallette celebrate the reopening of their boardwalk on Monday, May 20. (PHOTO: Christian Stadler, Townsquare Media)
Governor Christie helps the residents of Lavallette celebrate the reopening of their boardwalk on Monday, May 20. (PHOTO: Christian Stadler, Townsquare Media)

Chris Christie Speaks at Lavallette Boardwalk Dedication

Months after Superstorm Sandy brought devastation to the Jersey Shore, one town celebrated the reopening of its boardwalk.

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Press of Atlantic City

Sandy Damaged Waterways Causing Problems for South Jersey Boaters

While the devastation caused by Superstorm Sandy is still visible up and down the New Jersey coastline, we're now learning more about the damage caused in places we can't see.

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Local Organization Offering Help to Those Suffering Emotionally After Sandy

Sometimes, after a natural disaster, it takes a long time to feel okay again. If you or someone you know is still struggling with any of the following since Superstorm Sandy, 180 Turning Lives Around, Inc. in Hazlet can help.

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