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Hurricane Sandy (2012)

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Top Hurricane Sandy (2012) Articles

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  • Sea level rise threatening Kennedy Space Center

    Sea level rise threatening Kennedy Space Center
    Rising seas and pounding waves driven by climate change are chipping away at the coast near the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, threatening launch pads and future operations, scientists said on Friday. "There's reason to be nervous now because the...
  • Seawall project on Jersey shore almost complete

    Seawall project on Jersey shore almost complete
    You won't be able to see it when it's finished, because the seawall that extends three and a half miles through two beach towns will be covered in sand and is being rooted 30 feet below sea level. It will act as an invisible barrier against future...
  • #HRBooks Review: 'The Gathering Wind' is a tightly written nautical adventure

    #HRBooks Review: 'The Gathering Wind' is a tightly written nautical adventure
    "The Gathering Wind" is a nautical saga and, like the Titanic calamity, you already know the ending. Nevertheless author Gregory A. Freeman has woven a tightly written adventure that keeps you reading all the way to the end. This is the story of the...
  • Waves spill over wall on A1A

    Waves spill over wall on A1A
    A combination of the almost full moon, seasonal high tide and strong winds brought waves over a temporary barrier that was supposed to protect a storm-battered stretch of A1A under construction. Officials have been watching water levels since October,...
  • A1A fares better today against waves

    A1A fares better today against waves
    A1A was noticeably drier north of Sunrise Boulevard Wednesday morning, a day after a stretch of the road was swamped with water from high waves at high tide. A combination of the moon phase, seasonal high tide and strong winds brought waves over a...
  • Needy Round Lake Beach families receive hot meals for Thanksgiving

    The Round Lake Beach Police Department , a popular restaurant in Third Lake and nearly three dozen volunteers reach out to those less fortunate on Thanksgiving by delivering fully-cooked meals. For one 59-year-old Round Lake Beach woman, her husband...
  • Chris Christie Visits Connecticut 4th Time To Support Foley

    Chris Christie Visits Connecticut 4th Time To Support Foley
    GROTON — New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie traveled to Connecticut for the fourth time in six weeks Monday, making a final effort to rally the Republican base for a gubernatorial election that is a top priority for the national party. As chairman...
  • Many Jersey Shore businesses moving past Sandy

    Many Jersey Shore businesses moving past Sandy
    MARGATE, N.J. — The old saying that calm seas never made a good sailor may apply to Salvatore Calabrese when it comes to operating his family's bay-front Blue Water Marina, which was nearly washed away by Hurricane Sandy. Two years and more than $1...
  • Chris Christie's worst week

    Chris Christie's worst week
    There's such a thing as acting presidential. And then there's Chris Christie over the past week. Christie, the Republican governor of New Jersey, kicked things off with a public back-and-forth with Kaci Hickox, a nurse from Maine who was quarantined...
  • New AmeriCorps campus opens in Baltimore

    New AmeriCorps campus opens in Baltimore
    The newly renovated AmeriCorps campus officially opened Monday in Southeast Baltimore as a training site for members who will be deployed to disaster areas and sent to help in schools and parks. The Atlantic Region Campus, which is in the former...
  • Bike trail repairs will prove costly

    Bike trail repairs will prove costly
    Repairs to Chicago's lakefront trail are expected to cost the city "a few hundred thousand dollars" after strong winds and towering waves wrought havoc along Lake Michigan on Friday, according a Chicago Park District official. Cyclists and pedestrians...