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Crews are working to prepare for today's "grand reopening," though it could be weeks or months until the entire facility is back ready to go.
Hundreds attended the ribbon cutting of the latest Sandy Ground playground memorializing one of the victims of the Newtown, Conn. shooting.
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Volunteers gathered at 65 sites around the state to help participate in an annual beach sweep.
Citizen-based advocacy group known as 'Environment New Jersey' is calling for efforts to reduce carbon pollution.
During a Friday conference call discussing the National Flood Insurance Program, talk shifted to FEMA's flood maps and the potential for change in New Jersey.
The portion of the more than $60 billion aid package will be used to fund development block grants.
Approximately 600 students, faculty members, and alumni from NJIT are assisting in the recovery effort.
State officials participated in post-Sandy mobile cabinet stops in Stafford and Union Beach and were slated to visit Highlands Monday.
Students from several area colleges, including NJIT, are spending their spring breaks volunteering in coastal communities hit by Hurricane Sandy.
Recent warnings from the National Weather Service indicate high tides and potential for flooding.
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