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Bon Jovi to open a one-stop facility in New Jersey for food stamps, health care and job training

Apr 17, 2015

Bon Jovi to open a one-stop facility in New Jersey for food stamps, health care and job training

Rocker Jon Bon Jovi will open a one-stop facility in New Jersey that will help people get food stamps, health care, meals for at-risk children and senior citizens, as well as offering culinary-related job training. #World #New Jersey #Health care #Bon Jovi #food stamps #post Hurricane Sandy
Fourth of NYC could be flood zone by 2050s, says report

Jun 11, 2013

Fourth of NYC could be flood zone by 2050s, says report

By the 2050s, more than 800,000 New York City residents could be living in a flood zone that would cover a quarter of the city's land and New Yorkers could sweat out as many 90-degree (32-Celsius) days as is now normal for Birmingham, Alabama, as effects of global warming take hold, a scientists' group convened by the city says. #World #NewsTracker #New York #Hurricane Sandy #Superstorm Sandy #Federal Emergency Management Agency
Unforgettable images from 2012

Dec 31, 2012

Unforgettable images from 2012

We take a look at some exceptional images from 2012. Some recount events that shocked the world, while others stand-out in terms of what they depict. #ImagesOfTheDay #Costa Concordia #Hurricane Sandy #Rear View 2012 #Newtown killings
All hail Sunny Leone Queen of the Indian 'zeitgeist'

Dec 14, 2012

All hail Sunny Leone Queen of the Indian 'zeitgeist'

She is numero uno on Google Zeitgeist's top ten list of 'trending' people in India -- a list that includes Rajesh Khanna, Poonam Pandey et al but nary a sign of Narendra Modi or Arvind Kejriwal. #BuzzPatrol #Narendra Modi #Arvind Kejriwal #Sunny Leone #Hurricane Sandy
Delay in power restoration after Hurricane Sandy angers New Yorkers

Nov 12, 2012

Delay in power restoration after Hurricane Sandy angers New Yorkers

Power problems remained unresolved on New York's Long Island, where about 300 people protested on Sunday. #US #NewsTracker #New York #power crisis #Hurricane Sandy
Voting the latest challenge for superstorm victims

Nov 06, 2012

Voting the latest challenge for superstorm victims

Sandy killed more 100 people in 10 states, almost all of them in New York and New Jersey. #Barack Obama #Mitt Romney #Hurricane Sandy #USElections2012
New Yorkers allowed to vote at any poll site post Hurricane Sandy

Nov 06, 2012

New Yorkers allowed to vote at any poll site post Hurricane Sandy

The states of New York and New Jersey, worst hit by last week's massive storm, are taking unprecedented measures to ensure residents are able to cast their votes. #New York City #NewsTracker #Andrew Cuomo #US Presidential Election 2012 #Hurricane Sandy
After Sandy, another storm headed towards US coastline

Nov 05, 2012

After Sandy, another storm headed towards US coastline

Just as the US east coast is limping back to recovery from the destruction caused by Sandy, another strong coastal storm threatens to hit the region this week and could result in high winds, flooding and power outages, further exacerbating the damage caused by the megastorm. #NewsTracker #Hurricane Sandy #US coastal storm
Disappointed NYC marathoners run in aid of Sandy victims

Nov 05, 2012

Disappointed NYC marathoners run in aid of Sandy victims

Hundreds of runners in New York City are refusing to let a cancelled marathon spoil their Sunday plans and are channelling months of preparation into informal runs. #New York City #NewsTracker #Hurricane Sandy
Lights finally back on in Manhattan 5 days after Sandy

Nov 04, 2012

Lights finally back on in Manhattan 5 days after Sandy

The lights are back on in lower Manhattan to the relief of residents who had been plunged into darkness for nearly five days by Superstorm Sandy, but resentment festered Sunday in the city's outer boroughs and suburbs over a lack of power and maddening fuel shortages. #GoodNews #New York #Hurricane Sandy #Lower Manhattan #Fuel Shortages