As the four year anniversary of Superstorm Sandy approaches this month, a number of impacted families from Monmouth and Ocean counties remain displaced.
"Of the 260,000 households that were affected by the storm, there are still several thousand that have not been able to return home," said Maureen Mulligan, executive director for Coastal Habitat for Humanity based in Spring Lake Heights
In case you missed the memo, and don't worry, it seems most people have, Louisiana is currently dealing with the aftermath of what some are calling the worst natural disaster since Hurricane Sandy. (If that doesn't give you a sense of the tragedy, nothing will.)
13 people have died. Tens of thousands have been displaced. People have lost everything. We all know what that kind of devastation looks
New Jersey renters, homeowners and business owners still recovering from Superstorm Sandy damage are being encouraged to apply for disaster assistance loans through the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA).