Aftermath of Hurricane Sandy: What's Open?
Wednesday, October 31, 2012 • 8:32am
NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - Cleanup from Hurricane Sandy continues as the local area recovers. Most are still without power but cellphone and internet reception is beginning to improve. Here are some staple locations that we've been informed are open.
Please send information about openings to email@example.com so we can continue to update this list:
NP Fuel on South Street in New Providence
Prestige Diner on Springfield Avenue in New Providence
Bona Vita Restaurante in Summit (as of 4 p.m. today)
Calvary Church on De Forest in Summit is open. They have power hot food, phone recharging and outlets for laptops!
A&P in New Providence
Stop & Shop in Madison at 133 Main Street
King's on the border of Summit and New Providence
Yogoccino on Springfield Avenue in Berkeley Heights (as wi-fi too!)
Several businesses in downtown Summit are open
The New Providence Municipal Building is offering residents to charge their devices there. Also Calvary Church on De Forest in Summit has power and is allowing people to charge up there.
Berkeley Heights Public Library is open today, October 31, until 5 p.m. They have heat, light, charging stations, wifi and internet computers.
The Berkeley Heights YMCA is open and inviting residents to shower.
Editor's Note: Please send information about business openings to editor@thealternativepress. Also, please send storm updates and photos to us, as well. Thank you!