Two years ago today the northeast was taking a beating. Superstorm Sandy, which did damage from Florida to Maine and all the way over to Michigan really hammered the Jersey shore and parts of New York, where the recovery is still ongoing.
FOX News Radio's Tonya J. Powers reports from Long Beach, New York:
Some folks here started their morning with a jog along the boardwalk, which was rebuilt after Sandy destroyed it.
Then there are others who live elsewhere, still unable to get back in their homes because they're still rebuilding.
Suzanne Greenblatt's home was one of the 300,000 homes damaged.
She lost precious personal items...
(Greenblatt) "Not all of our pictures, but a lot of them..."
To mark the occasion, flags will be flown at half-staff today, and a moment of silence will be observed this evening at 8 pm ET... The time the storm made landfall.
In Long Beach, New York, Tonya J. Powers, FOX News Radio.
WATCH FOX News Radio's Tonya J. Powers reporting from Long Beach, New York, two years after Superstorm Sandy struck: