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Additional hours for web updates, new shelter options all part of post-Sandy planning.
The plant supplies peanut butter products to stores like Trader Joe's, Whole Foods, Safeway and others.
Chris Christie announced he would seek a second term as New Jersey governor.
Residents praise Department of Public Works for efforts despite being two men down.
OEM coordinator shares lessons learned during the storm.
In a light moment, Gov. Christie chides a reporter for asking a question about the Hostess bankruptcy. The maker of Twinkies and other baked goods said Friday that it will shut down operations after failing to come to terms with its Bakers Union.
Debris and trash from Sandy can be dropped off at the Department of Public Works.
Mayor Sam Tolley said the township is 'not in a position to undertake a town-wide curbside collection' and has opened drop-off locations for residents.
Assign a letter grade to the Mendhams and the Chesters for their work during the storm and the aftermath.
No cost for residents to have repair work inspected.
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