[PHOTOS] NJ After The Storm

NJTODAY.NET's online business directory

Atlantic City residents gathered here Wednesday, Oct. 31 to see if they could catch a glimpse of President Barack Obama during his tour today. The historic boardwalk was destroyed by fierce winds that hit here during Hurricane Sandy. Photo by Liz Roll/FEMA

Atlantic City’s historic boardwalk was destroyed by fierce winds that hit here during Hurricane Sandy. Photo by Liz Roll/FEMA

Atlantic City’s historic boardwalk was destroyed by fierce winds that hit here during Hurricane Sandy. Photo by Liz Roll/FEMA

Atlantic City’s historic boardwalk was destroyed by fierce winds that hit here during Hurricane Sandy. Photo by Liz Roll/FEMA

A house blown away by Hurricane Sandy sits on the side of Brigantine Boulevard in Brigantine on Wednesday, Oct. 31. Photo by Liz Roll/FEMA

FEMA Community Relations team members Mary Czaplinski and Sandy Hendrix talk with the shelter manager at the Red Cross shelter at Pleasantville High School in Pleasantville on Oct. 31. Photo by Liz Roll/FEMA

Students of various schools in Atlantic County and Princeton Seminary volunteer in the cafeteria at Red Cross shelter at Pleasantville High School in Pleasantville on Oct. 31. Photo by Liz Roll/FEMA

At the Red Cross shelter at Pleasantville High School, a FEMA Community Relations team member talks with evacuee Kevin Merrill to assess any immediate needs he may have on Oct. 31. Photo by Liz Roll/FEMA

FEMA Community Relations team member Sandy Hendrix talks with survivors Tom Weinstein and Joey Perez at the Red Cross shelter at Pleasantville High School in Pleasantville on Oct. 31. Photo by Liz Roll/FEMA

Robert Bazouzi, a resident of Hoboken, power washes some of his belongings three days after Hurricane Sandy flooded his Hoboken apartment. Photo by Liz Roll/FEMA

A message board outside City Hall displays information for Hoboken residents affected by Hurricane Sandy. Most still had no power and no access to news or other important information on Nov. 1. Photo by Liz Roll/FEMA

Flooding in low-lying areas is still a problem on Nov. 1 after the storm surge from Hurricane Sandy overwhelmed Hoboken. FEMA is working to assist residents affected by Hurricane Sandy. Photo by Liz Roll/FEMA

FEMA Deputy Administrator Richard Serino is shown damaged businesses in Hoboken by Mayor Dawn Zimmer on Nov. 1 Hurricane Sandy damaged hundreds of businesses and left most of the town under water. Photo by Marty Bahamonde/FEMA

Hoboken residents turn out in force for a press conference called by Mayor Dawn Zimmer on Nov. 1. Zimmerman and FEMA Deputy Administrator Rich Serino addressed the community about efforts to recover from unprecedented flooding resulting from Hurricane Sandy. Photo by Aaron Davis/FEMA

 


Connect with NJTODAY.NET


Join NJTODAY.NET's free Email List to receive occasional updates delivered right to your email address!
Email ads@njtoday.net for advertising information Send stuff to NJTODAY.NET Like Us On Facebook Follow Us On Twitter Download this week's issue of NJTODAY.NET