TOMS RIVER, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey remains a work in progress three years after Superstorm Sandy devastated some coastal communities and left thousands without electricity for days.
Events to celebrate and to criticize recovery efforts are taking place around the state to mark Thursday's anniversary.
Residents displaced by the storm continue to camp out across from the Statehouse in Trenton in a protest that began Tuesday.
Representatives of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers are in Sea Isle City to outline beach and dune construction plans.
The state's utilities are in Brick Township to highlight efforts they've made to improve the power grid.
Officials in Middlesex County are discussing a milestone in flood-prone home purchases through a state program.
Gov. Chris Christie speaks in Moonachie, which is elevating its town hall.