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Hurricane Sandy (2012)

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Top Hurricane Sandy (2012) Articles

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  • 300 Pennsylvania State Police personnel to aid in Baltimore

    The Pennsylvania State Police is sending 300 troopers and other personnel to help authorities in Baltimore as they try to maintain peace and prevent a repeat of looting and arson that erupted earlier this week. The approximately 6,000-employee agency...
  • FEMA chief on Superstorm Sandy aid: 'We want to fix this'

    The head of the Federal Emergency Management Agency says he wants to fix what went wrong with the process of paying flood insurance claims following Superstorm Sandy. Craig Fugate told the first meeting of a congressional task force in Washington on...
  • Pennsylvania state police offer assistance after Baltimore riots

    Pennsylvania state police offer assistance after Baltimore riots
    PHILADELPHIA (AP) — State police in Pennsylvania say they have offered assistance following riots overnight in Baltimore but haven't been asked to come to the area. Police said Tuesday that the offer was made in response to an Emergency Management...
  • State police offer assistance after Baltimore riots

    State police in Pennsylvania say they have offered assistance following riots overnight in Baltimore but haven't been asked to come to the area. Police said Tuesday that the offer was made in response to an Emergency Management Assistance Compact request...
  • Small drones prove up to hurricane tasks

    Small drones prove up to hurricane tasks
    They weigh only 13 pounds, have a five-foot wingspan and look rather frail. Yet these small drones, called Coyotes, are designed to penetrate the most violent quadrants of a hurricane and the in the process glean crucial atmospheric information that...
  • Concrete? Coney Island fans say only wood will do for their beloved boardwalk

    Concrete? Coney Island fans say only wood will do for their beloved boardwalk
    On a rainy weekend in January, the Coney Island boardwalk was not the boardwalk of memory: no salty spray, no roller coaster clatter, no standing-room-only beach. Instead, it was damp, it was gray, and it was empty. And its age was showing. But...
  • She cannot hear, but she thrived at Carlow University

    Like plenty of graduates this commencement season, Danah Richter will step onto a stage in cap and gown and utter to herself an expression common this time of year: "I did it!" But in fact, the Carlow University senior's path to a college degree was...
  • Seafood Festival to showcase revamped Pompano beachfront

    Seafood Festival to showcase revamped Pompano beachfront
    This city is serving up a little something extra at its signature Seafood Festival this year: A snazzy, spruced-up oceanfront locale, seasoned with millions of dollars dedicated to beautification. Pompano Beach's premier special event starts Friday. But...
  • Broadkill beach fill begins: Pushing back time and tide

    A new public beach Chapter 1 Broadkill Beach north of Lewes is about to get an estimated $30 million gift from federal taxpayers that leaders of the sleepy bayside community have sought for decades: a massive infusion of sand creating a beach in...
  • Task force launching to examine Superstorm Sandy problems

    A task force will begin work next week with the Federal Emergency Management Agency's national flood insurance program to examine problems that arose after Superstorm Sandy and to develop recommendations to correct them. U.S. Sens. Bob Menendez and...
  • De Blasio offers Earth Day plan to reduce carbon gas, poverty

    NEW YORK New York Mayor Bill de Blasio offered a comprehensive Earth Day vision of the future in which 800,000 residents are lifted from poverty and recycled waste ends the need to use costly landfills. The mayor of the biggest U.S. city also expanded...