Sandy's destruction may have visitors wondering if the Shore is ready for them. Officials from the various shore towns offer a status report on their ability to receive visitors this Memorial Day weekend.
Operation Photo Rescue, a non-profit launched after Hurricane Katrina, set up shop in the Home Depot in Seaside Heights, where volunteers will restore up to 20 photos for storm victims, free of charge.
When Hurricane Sandy struck the Jersey coast, few places took a harder hit than Sea Bright. Officials there have been trying to rebuild their town and generate revenue without exceeding the 2 percent property tax cap.
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