Winter may finally be on its way out, but it sure has left its mark.
New Jersey officials had been working with the Superior Barrel and Drum Company to address a hazardous material problem on its property — until the owner stopped cooperating.
Governor Christie has tapped a New York firm to lead his own probe of the George Washington Bridge closing but made no mention of it in a public appearance at the shore.
Federal officials are taking a closer look at how New Jersey governor Chris Christie’s administration spent $25 million to promote the Jersey shore after Superstorm Sandy.
Prosecutors say Marshall Perlman signed contracts to assist homeowners and businesses in resolving their insurance claims, but stole hundreds of thousands of dollars in settlements from them.
The Fair Share Housing Center contends that blacks and Latinos have been turned down for housing aid at rates far higher than whites.
Removal of debris left by Super Storm Sandy started this week at the Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge.
New Jersey officials say they have distributed just over one-third of the federal aid allocated for housing help after Superstorm Sandy.
Many of the tens of thousands of Filipino-Americans in our area are hoping for the best and bracing for the worst as they wait to hear from family members affected by Typhoon Haiyan. now tearing through the Pacific nation.
Some scoff at global warming, but Margate mayor Mike Becker is heeding the warnings.
Sandy survivors and supporters at the Visitation Relief Center joined thousands of volunteers throughout New Jersey in a day of service to mark the one year anniversary of Super Storm Sandy.
Many in Sandy-ravaged sections of New Jersey are complaining, one year after the superstorm, that they’re still waiting on promised state and federal help.
One year after the destructive Hurricane Sandy, families are still rebuilding their homes and their lives.
It’s been one year since Superstorm Sandy, the deadliest and most destructive hurricane of 2012 and the second-costliest hurricane in United States history.
Mantoloking, Toms River and Ocean City passed ordinances Tuesday enabling them to acquire small strips of land by negotiation or by seizing it under the power of eminent domain. Any land seized would have to be paid for.