Some New Jersey tourism experts who testified before the Assembly Tourism and the Arts Committee Thursday, said the state's "Stronger than the Storm" campaign to drive people to the shore after Sandy would have been more helpful if it kicked off earlier.
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.
The Christie Administration has announced the state will use almost $5.5 million in federal funds for school and community-based psychosocial intervention programs to help kids cope with social, psychological and family stress caused by Superstorm Sandy.
The anniversary of Superstorm Sandy has come and gone, and an independent review of how New Jersey's transportation agency responded to the storm has yet to be released, despite officials' assurances that it would be completed months ago.
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