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Hurricane Sandy (2012)

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Top Hurricane Sandy (2012) Articles

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  • 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...
  • Boca to resume north beach renourishment project

    With sea turtle season ending in October, work can resume depositing an estimated 600,000 cubic feet of sand lost to Boca's north beach in Hurricane Sandy. The loss equated to more than half a stadium full of sand, said Jennifer Bistyga, Boca Raton's...
  • Hyde5: Parcells should blame himself, not Ross, for Dolphins failure

    Hyde5: Parcells should blame himself, not Ross, for Dolphins failure
    1. Bill Parcells claims in a new book "neophyte owner" Steve Ross contributed to his leaving the Dolphins. That could be true. But the full truth is what Parcells evidently doesn't address in the book: That he made critical mistakes in the football...
  • The Pretty Reckless pushing all the right buttons

    The Pretty Reckless pushing all the right buttons
    All hard rock albums are exercises in teenage rebellion, even the ones made by 50-year-old men. But "Going to Hell," the second full-length release from New York-based band The Pretty Reckless, takes its mission as a button-pushing outrage machine...
  • Campaigns urge turnout as early voting starts Thursday

    Campaigns urge turnout as early voting starts Thursday
    Marylanders who don't want to wait for Election Day can cast early ballots at polling centers in every county and Baltimore city starting Thursday. Campaigns from the governor's race to little-watched county courthouse contests are working to get...
  • As storm season winds down, we seem more vulnerable

    As storm season winds down, we seem more vulnerable
    This week marks the ninth anniversary of our region's last hurricane. Wilma struck on Oct. 24, 2005. Since then, our peninsula has been spared the wrath of a big storm. The longer we go without it fresh in our memory, the more worried we should be about...
  • Ebola scare is the latest issue to cloud midterm election debate

    Fears that the West Africa Ebola outbreak could spread more widely in America have roiled a midterm election campaign that's already taken numerous unexpected detours, putting candidates in a reactive mode at a time when they had hoped to deliver their...
  • Marylanders recognize climate change [Commentary]

    Marylanders recognize climate change [Commentary]
    George Mason University research, released jointly with the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, shows that roughly three quarters of Marylanders understand that climate change is a threat to our health, homes, businesses and natural resources, and...
  • Ebola scams spreading as fears mount

    Ebola scams spreading as fears mount
    I can't tell you whether to believe assurances from those in power that the deadly Ebola virus will be kept in check, but there's no doubt that panicking can expose you to harm. Scams related to the Ebola outbreak are spreading and you aren't immune....
  • IronPigs crew lends a hand to bring Coplay's Balliet Stadium back to life

    Once upon a time, Coplay's Balliet Stadium was considered the baseball mecca around here. It was the place Legion tournaments were played and high school championships were decided. Now, the mecca is Coca-Cola Park, home of the Lehigh Valley IronPigs....
  • Atlantic City's housing market can't catch break

    ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — It was a more optimistic time 11 years ago when David Welsh, a city tree-trimmer in search of a house, heard of one about to go on the market and raced over to make an offer. After haggling, Welsh was able to buy the 1925...