Reporter, Asbury Park Press
Asbury Park Press reporter covering Brick, Manchester and Lakehurst. Avid Nationals/Expos, Eagles, Manchester United, and Flyers fan. Instagram: NicholasHuba
app.com — JACKSON - Seven months after the Six Flag's Great Adventure Wild Safari closed its doors, a new version of the attraction was introduced to the public this morning. "Wild Safari remained virtually unchanged for 38 years, and we are thrilled to begin an exciting and unprecedented new chapter for Six Flags Great Adventure," said John Fitzgerald, park president.
app.com — Right after superstorm Sandy, some of New Jersey's severely shredded beaches looked like they'd never recover. The ferocious mega-storm flattened protective dunes and the ocean lapped closer to beachfront homes in many spots. But nearly seven months later, most beaches are in surprisingly good shape for beachgoers, thanks to Mother Nature and municipal efforts to shore them up.
app.com — SEASIDE HEIGHTS - Against the backdrop of a thousand volunteers clutching a giant blue ribbon across the length of the beachfront that would later be cut to symbolize the opening of this iconic beach town for the unofficial start of summer, NBC's "Today Show" sent the word out across America this morning that the Jersey Shore is back.
app.com — Dear Gov. Christie: Last fall, superstorm Sandy devastated the Jersey Shore, washing away swaths of sand and dunes, destroying boardwalks and decimating whole neighborhoods. More than 300,000 homes were damaged or destroyed and 37 people were killed.
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