Freehold Starts to Get Back to Normal After Hurricane Sandy
Tell us how getting back into your normal day-to-day routine is going.
Freehold residents have been through a lot in the past two weeks, but it looks like normalcy is starting to come back to town as the lights come on and children head back into the classroom.
For the first time in weeks, JCP&L’s outage map shows minimal outages in Freehold with all of Freehold Borough restored and less than five outages currently reported in Freehold Township.
Freehold students are also getting back into the swing of things by heading back to the classroom for their first full week of classes in November. During Hurricane Sandy, all students in Freehold were forced to miss seven days of school due to lack of power and down wires and trees. Freehold Borough students saw some class time last week with a half day on Wednesday and full day on Friday. However, Freehold Township students and students in the Freehold Regional High School District (FRHSD) are stepping into the classroom today for the first time in two weeks.
Tell us in our comment section below how getting back into your normal Monday routine is going for you now that some normalcy has retuned to Freehold.