When people are without power for a significant amount of time, clean laundry is probably one of the things they think they'll have to do without, but thanks to "Loads of Hope", that's not necessarily the case.
As the Shore community continued to sift through the devastation of Hurricane Sandy on Saturday, the state of the Shore Conference's football programs was as varied as the damage across Monmouth and Ocean counties.
A little less than 1 million homes and businesses were still without power as of last night, compared with 2.7 million who lost their electricity at the height of Hurricane Sandy, but trouble could be headed our way. New Jersey is staring down the barrel of a nor'easter that could slam the state mid-week and put power restoration efforts into reverse.
Although we knew Hurricane Sandy was on the way up from the Caribbean to the Garden State almost five days before she struck, officials say all the planning and prep in the world wouldn't have stopped Mother Nature's fury.
As New Jersey residents slowly attempt to recover from Hurricane Sandy and make the necessary repairs to their homes, the Christie Administration is warning consumers to watch out for home improvement scams.
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