Archive: July 2013

NASA Says Superstorm Sandy Was A “One In 700 Year” Storm, But…

Superstorm Sandy has been called a “one in 700 year” storm by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. However, NASA officials say that doesn’t mean it will be another 699 years before a storm of this magnitude hits… Read More »

Big Name New Yorkers Support Hurricane Sandy Victims Still In Crisis

A golf tournament recently held at Farmingdale’s famous Bethpage Black Course on Long Island to raise money for Hurricane Sandy victims still in crisis was a star-studded event.  Co-sponsored by Yankee reliever David Robertson and Mets first baseman… Read More »

Hurricane Sandy Victims: FEMA May Pay For Items Your Insurance Company Denied

Even though it’s been ten months since Hurricane Sandy hit, many business and homeowners who suffered damage are still waiting for their insurance companies to settle their claims.  However, according to a recent announcement by the Federal Emergency… Read More »

Promises For Hurricane Sandy Aid Made To New Jersey & Residents Still Unfulfilled

Small business owners and homeowners in New Jersey were promised billions of dollars in Hurricane Sandy aid and insurance settlements to rebuild and repair businesses and homes that were part of the $50 billion in damage caused by… Read More »

NJ Governor Amends Law Allowing Teens to Help with Hurricane Sandy Construction

Current New Jersey law only allows minors to volunteer with nonprofit agencies that are building affordable housing.  However, due to the severe damage caused by Hurricane Sandy, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has amended that law to allow… Read More »

Major League Baseball to Donate $1M to Help Hurricane Sandy Victims Still in Need

Major League Baseball announced that it will donate over $1 million to Hurricane Sandy victims and will also help raise additional funds during an All-Star 5K & Fun Run and an All-Star Charity Concert – both of which… Read More »

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