Nearly 15 months since Superstorm Sandy made landfall in New Jersey, and a year since Congress approved a multibillion dollar aid package, a number of Garden-Staters still have no real place to call home.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and Senate President Steve Sweeney have issued official letters praising tonight's Light Up New Jersey commemoration of Superstorm Sandy and how New Jersey 101.5 and its sister stations got information to the public before, during and after the storm.
One year ago today Superstorm Sandy - the worst natural disaster in State history - swept across New Jersey, causing billions of dollars in damage and throwing the lives of millions of Garden State residents into chaos.
The series "Sandy: Then And Now" looks at the damage left by Superstorm Sandy on New Jersey and how tourism, residents have worked towards recovering and improving the public's perception of the damage...
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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