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Echoes of Sandy Still Remain in Ocean County [Pictures]

Hurricane Sandy blew through Ocean County 16 months ago. While our stories may not be in the news as much as they were before, those of us who are here every day know that there are still raw, open wounds from the disaster.

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Screen shot from the "Shore to Rebuild" trailer
Screen shot from the "Shore to Rebuild" trailer (YouTube)

Local Filmaker Captures The Emotion of Superstorm Sandy

A new film "Shore To Rebuild" debuts in December

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Free Legal Help for Sandy Fraud Victims in Monmouth Thursday

If you've encountered shifty contractors or price-gougers while trying to rebuild your Sandy-wracked property, get answers and help Thursday in Port Monmouth.

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Belmar, NJ
Belmar, NJ (Michael Loccisano, Getty Images)

State Probes Belmar’s Sandy Cleanup Contract

New Jersey's Attorney General's Office is investigating the awarding of a no-bid contract for Superstorm Sandy cleanup to a company with ties to the wife of Belmar's mayor.

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Residents of Ortley Beach, NJ watch their home get demolished (Mark Wilson, Getty Images)

Tens of Thousands in Ocean County Still Displaced by Sandy [AUDIO]

With the anniversary of Superstorm Sandy looming, thousands of residents throughout the state are still unable to return home after being displaced by the storm.

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House in Highlands after slipping off a lift
House in Highlands after slipping off a lift (WABC TV via Facebook)

Sandy-Damaged House Hits Another During Lifting

A house in a neighborhood ravaged by Superstorm Sandy that was being raised for flood protection slid off its foundation and into a neighboring house Friday.

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Long Branch welcome sign (Jason Allentoff, Townsquare Media NJ)

New Life for Long Beach Island Landmark [AUDIO/VIDEO]

While many of the old Jersey landmarks have come and gone, there is still one along a busy stretch of Route 9 in Southern Ocean County.

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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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Hurricane Sandy damage
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Tax Tips for Hurricane Sandy Survivors

With the tax deadline of April 15th rapidly approaching here are some tax tips from FEMA if you experienced a loss due to Hurricane Sandy.  

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Seaside Heights Kids Get A Boost As We Continue To Restore The Shore

Workers from Verizon will be volunteering at the Hugh J Boyd School in Seaside Heights

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