“How many times can a man turn his head, pretending he just doesn’t see?”
When Bob Dylan wrote that line in “Blowin’ in the Wind” in 1962, he was asking about peace, war and freedom.
TRENTON – The State has filed civil lawsuits against eight New Jersey businesses, accusing them of unlawful price gouging while consumers were in need of fuel, shelter, and other essentials during the Hurricane Sandy state of emergency, Gov. Chris Christie, Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa, and the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs announced today.
MENDHAM–The Hurricane Sandy New Jersey Relief Fund announced that AT&T has donated $1 million to New Jersey’s recovery from Hurricane Sandy.
ASBURY PARK – Hurricanes and storms bring devastation but on the positive side, these weather incidents have a way of bringing people together. That’s the case in Asbury Park, where food, clothing, health items, furniture and other necessities are being delivered by the tractor trailer loads from Capitol Heights, Maryland.
ELIZABETH – As of 6 a.m. Friday morning, PSE&G reported that 2,802 of its 51,820 customers in Elizabeth were still without power. The utility expects to restore service to 2,522 today.
WOODBRIDGE – As recovery efforts continue following the devastation left behind by Superstorm Sandy, state Sen. Joseph Vitale and Assemblyman Craig Coughlin (both D-Middlesex) are conducting a donation drive to help residents of the 19th Legislative District affected by the storm pick up the pieces.