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Hurricane Sandy (2012)

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Top Hurricane Sandy (2012) Articles

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  • Tailgating a strange rite of spring for Dodgers Stadium neighbors

    Tailgating a strange rite of spring for Dodgers Stadium neighbors
    It isĀ opening day at Dodger Stadium -- a day that fans have anticipated for months and stadium neighbors have dreaded since the last opening day. In addition to being the start to the at-home season, it kicks off a season of headaches for the people who...
  • What's that smell? Lower Saucon to press DEP to find source of odors

    What's that smell? Lower Saucon to press DEP to find source of odors
    As residents continue to protest a foul odor affecting Steel City and Applebutter Road, Lower Saucon officials are petitioning the state Department of Environmental Protection to determine the source. Many residents believe the smell is emanating from...
  • Whitehall Mayor Ed Hozza sands asbestos tiles, prompts complaint

    Whitehall Mayor Ed Hozza sands asbestos tiles, prompts complaint
    It was a typical Saturday in the bomb shelter beneath the Whitehall Township municipal building. Whitehall Mayor Ed Hozza Jr., armed with a fireplace vacuum rigged to a sander, was on his knees grinding away at a 1960s-era floor, hoping to remove...
  • Community news for Colchester edition

    Colchester Business Association Tag Sale COLCHESTER - On Sunday June 14, The Colchester Business Association 34th Annual Tag Sale on the Green is coming. Early Bird signup rate of $30 for members is available until Tuesday, May 5. After which the costs...
  • Mathews Historical Society awarded grant

    The Mathews County Historical Society announced last week that is has received $180,000 in grant funding for historical and archaeological work in the county. The funding was awarded by the Department of Historic Resources through the federal government&...
  • Union Bridge Volunteer Fire Company receives grant

    Union Bridge Volunteer Fire Company receives grant
    The Union Bridge Volunteer Fire Company has received a $119,500 grant from the Maryland Emergency Management Agency to purchase and install a 200-kilowatt generator. "The generator will power everything in the station," said Gene Curfman, the fire...
  • Jersey shore pier where coaster fell into sea to be rebuilt

    Jersey shore pier where coaster fell into sea to be rebuilt
    SEASIDE HEIGHTS, N.J. — The New Jersey shore amusement pier that became an iconic image of Superstorm Sandy when the storm knocked its roller coaster into the ocean will be rebuilt — on dry land and not over the surf. The owners of the Casino...
  • Couple face foreclosure on home they sold in 1994

    Couple face foreclosure on home they sold in 1994
    A recent knock on the door of Sheridon and Susan Turner's suburban home delivered news that shocked the elderly couple: Wells Fargo was suing them for foreclosure on a home they sold 21 years ago. The Turners sold the house on Hidden Lake Drive in...
  • Increase the state's investment in clean, renewable energy

    Increase the state's investment in clean, renewable energy
    Most of us don't think much about the energy we use every day. We flip the switch and the lights come on — like magic. But the energy we rely on has to be generated by something. And how we generate that energy has a direct bearing on health,...
  • Nameberry: Names on the verge of extinction

    Nameberry: Names on the verge of extinction
    Gary was widely trumpeted this week as being a name on the brink of extinction, but with 442 baby boys named Gary in the U.S. in the most recent year counted, the reality is: Far from it. But there are other names, once popular, with centuries-deep...
  • Bethlehem panel advances plan for manufacturing plant at Lehigh Valley Industrial Park VII

    Bethlehem panel advances plan for manufacturing plant at Lehigh Valley Industrial Park VII
    Reeb Millwork Corp. of Fountain Hill cleared a hurdle Thursday in its quest to build a 175,000-square-foot facility in Bethlehem and eventually add up to 150 jobs. The Bethlehem Planning Commission unanimously approved a land development plan for Reeb'...