GUILFORD, Conn. (WTNH) -- Guilford, another shoreline town, has a long clean up in the days and weeks to come.
Some businesses that were damaged in Irene are facing more pricey repairs after Sandy.
Many are sweeping out what Sandy left behind. In Guilford, News 8 found grounded boats in the marsh.
"There were no boats in our yard before Sandy and as you can see now, there are quite a few," Amy Johnston said laughing.
Over on the Green, six uprooted trees littered the square.
They became jungle gyms, but it was all work at the seaside restaurants after they became part of the sea.
"I'm digging deep," said Peter Hamme, The Stone House Restaurant. "It's hard to do this again, but this is my baby and you would do it for your baby."
They had 15 inches of water inside, puddles are still in the dining room.
"It doesn't look anywhere near as bad as it did, as it looked last year at all," said Hamme.
They learned a lot from Irene. This time they put the sandbags around the oven, also raising the oven up on jacks, but at this point it's a race against the clock to get that salt off of everything.
"We're washing so we're going to get the mud out of the tiles," said Hamme. "We have to get these brass rails cleaned before they corrode."
The Guilford Mooring wasn't as lucky. They just opened in March from Irene and say Sandy was meaner.
"Eight inches is now sitting on the sub pumps that we put in as a preventive measure," said Corey Gauthier, Guilford Mooring contractor. "Didn't work obviously. So windows blew in, just a real mess."
He says despite this, they plan to reopen once again.
"What other choices do you have in life? Move forward, keep your head up," said Gauthier.
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A Massachusetts man who was driving a casino tour bus that struck and killed a pedestrian at Mohegan Sun last year has been arrested.
Drivers are being advised to use caution as they battle snow falling on the roadways across Connecticut.
The snow made it's way into the state early Tuesday morning, causing multiple cities and towns to put parking bans in place.
Residents around the state are bidding farewell to fall and welcoming winter with these Report It photos from snowfall on December 10, 2013.
Route 16 is closed in Lebanon following an accident involving an oil truck.
Emergency personnel responded to a Milford home this morning after a truck came crashing into it.
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Gov. Dannel P. Malloy will be announcing a nominee to the state Supreme Court to replace Justice Flemming L. Norcott Jr., who has reached the mandatory retirement age of 70.
A Middletown man was seriously injured after crashing into a telephone pole in the overnight hours Tuesday.
Norwich officials say they fired the city's recreation director over allegations he made personal use of city equipment, allowed drinking of beer at adult softball games on city property and invited family members to a staff party in a …