- Storm Watch
Will deadly hurricane threaten NJ this year?Will deadly hurricane threaten NJ this year?Feds say a below-normal Atlantic hurricane season is likely, but warn of storm risks.
Coastal risks: Time to act is nowCoastal risks: Time to act is nowWe should develop regional and national strategies to reduce coastal risks now - before the next big storm, study says
FEMA to review every hurricane Sandy flood insurance claimFEMA to review every hurricane Sandy flood insurance claimFederal Emergency Management Agency officials have agreed to reopen and review every flood insurance claim filed by Superstorm Sandy victims. The review will involve approximately 144,000 claims and not limit corrective action to 2,200 that are curr
- SANDY RECOVERY
Senators: FEMA should settle, not cover up, Sandy casesSenators: FEMA should settle, not cover up, Sandy casesSettle, but don't jeopardize investigation into potential criminal acts, the senators caution
- HOOK LINE & SINKER
Ocean Grove Fishing Pier remains in limboOcean Grove Fishing Pier remains in limboDestroyed in Hurricane Sandy, plans to rebuild the Ocean Grove Fishing Pier remain on hold
Win Free "Eye Of The Storm" Sandy bookWin Free "Eye Of The Storm" Sandy bookEnter to Win Free Jersey Shore Sandy Book. The first 25 respondents are winners!
Senators demand transparency on flood insurance reportsSenators demand transparency on flood insurance reportsAgency says it may have power to force insurers to say whether flood claims were manipulated.
Trick or treat: 1991 Halloween Storm a monsterTrick or treat: 1991 Halloween Storm a monsterTrick or treat!
A Look Back at "Sandy" Two Years LaterA Look Back at "Sandy" Two Years LaterOnce a major hurricane, Sandy caused significant damage in the United States two years ago.
- Sandy Two Years Later
LISTEN: APP's Todd Bates talks Sandy anniversary on NPRLISTEN: APP's Todd Bates talks Sandy anniversary on NPRBates was on the Radio Times with Marty Moss-Coane program, which focused today on what happened during Sandy, lessons learned and what the future might hold.
LIVE NOW ON FACEBOOK: Share your stories about life after SandyLIVE NOW ON FACEBOOK: Share your stories about life after SandyJoin APP reporter Shannon Mullen and other staffers and share your stories about life two years after Sandy in our live chat on Facebook at 2 p.m. today.
1821 hurricane trumps Sandy, would have cost $100B1821 hurricane trumps Sandy, would have cost $100BIf it hit today, the damage would have been twice as expensive as Sandy.
Policing private contractors is challenge for statesPolicing private contractors is challenge for statesOversight failures waste taxpayers' money and put some of the most vulnerable residents at risk.
Superstorm Sandy flood levels in NJ, NY, MASuperstorm Sandy flood levels in NJ, NY, MAAstonishing coastal flooding, to say the least.
Christie's 'Sandy czar' resigningChristie's 'Sandy czar' resigningFerzan leaves for teaching job; deputy director named to N.J. post
$100,000 from shuttered Sandy charity re-distributed$100,000 from shuttered Sandy charity re-distributedTwo Shore area charities receive final $100,000
Even in mild storm season, officials urge preparednessEven in mild storm season, officials urge preparednessCoastal communities brace for new storm season.
Sandy repairs begin on town fishing pierSandy repairs begin on town fishing pierFree fishing in Cape Charles is on hold for now, pending completion of permanent repairs to the town's fishing pier, which was damaged during Hurricane Sandy.
Poll: N.J. residents soured on Sandy recoveryPoll: N.J. residents soured on Sandy recoverySatisfaction with New Jersey's recovery effort has dipped below 50%.
Short-changed by insurance, Sandy victims fight backShort-changed by insurance, Sandy victims fight backLawsuits take aim at stingy reimbursements as New Jersey policyholders try to rebuild.
Congressmen call for fed probe on N.J. Sandy spendingCongressmen call for fed probe on N.J. Sandy spendingThey want an independent monitor for the state's use of federal disaster recovery money.
Biden offers praise for N.Y.'s Sandy rebuilding planBiden offers praise for N.Y.'s Sandy rebuilding planGov. Andrew Cuomo outlined a plan for federal disaster aid received after Superstorm Sandy.
Salvation Army holds millions in Sandy reliefSalvation Army holds millions in Sandy reliefCritics say no reason for delay, but charity says it's in for long-term Sandy relief.
Seized illegal N.J. Sandy charity money still in limboSeized illegal N.J. Sandy charity money still in limboSettlement had a Nov. 27 deadline for the disposition of the assets.
Meow it's Joy's turn: Last of Sandy stray kittens adoptedMeow it's Joy's turn: Last of Sandy stray kittens adoptedA little white cat was the last of nearly 300 stray and displaced pets that wound up in a shelter after the hurricane.
Superstorm Sandy: Recovery slow one year laterSuperstorm Sandy: Recovery slow one year laterOne year after Superstorm Sandy slammed into the New York and New Jersey coasts, homeowners are still struggling to rebuild, but there is hope.
A year after Sandy: Breezy Point finds its footingA year after Sandy: Breezy Point finds its footingBreezy Point, NY, was hit hard by Hurricane Sandy nearly a year ago. Flooding and fire destroyed countless homes. Mail carrier Erik Johnson talks about the place he still calls home. (Video by Eileen Blass, USA TODAY)