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Township Establishes Additional Clean Up Days for Flood-Damaged Areas
Residents can call the Village Lutheran Church for free tree and debris removal

Ocean County Department of Human Services is forming Long Term Recovery Committee

Officials: Lacey Will Eventually Return to a 'Normal Life'
Lacey's volunteer emergency services responded to more than 300 assignments during Hurricane Sandy; 60 lives were saved

Popcorn Park Helps Rescue Those Pets 'Left Behind'
Local nonprofit animal rescue organization is collecting donations for Hurricane Sandy rescue animals as well as those who need assistance caring for pets after the storm

Hurricane Sandy Claims 4 Lives in Ocean County
Two died of hypothermia, one of asphyxia and one drowning

Cleanup Post-Sandy Can Seem Like 'Mission Impossible'
Ocean Gate family begins long process of cleaning up, repairing extensive damage

Approximately 5,839 residents are without power after yesterday's nor'easter, according to JCP&L

Mayor reacts to USA Today analysis that suggested Lacey had a poor FEMA rating for flood preparation

Aftermath of Hurricane Sandy Overshadows Election Results
Re-elected incumbents express thanks to constituents

Quinn and Dykoff to continue service on governing body; Tirella and Schubiger to stay on school board

'Heavy Turnout' at Polls Despite Aftermath of Hurricane Sandy
Those voting in District 3 and 18 at Murray Grove were relocated to the Lanoka Harbor First Aid Building

PHOTOS: Grace Initiatives and Local Church Work Together to Help Those Who Lost All
Donations can be dropped off at E Video Productions on Lacey Road

A Wish List from the Lacey Food Bank
The food bank is in need of food, cleaning supplies, first aid and personal items, over the counter medications and household supplies

Need FEMA Help? Register Now
Those whose homes suffered damages due to Sandy have 60 days to register for assistance

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