Firefighter Mike Lange has binders of paperwork meticulously tracking his efforts to get Sandy relief funds to lift his house in Brigantine above new flood standards. What he doesn’t have is the money.
Seals are seeking warmth like the rest of us — and CBS 3’s Carol Erickson has more on the reason why.
One Year After Newtown Tragedy, Lawmakers Shift Focus To Service Those Struggling With Mental Health Issues
From the tears over Newtown, Connecticut came vows to make change, so a nearly a year later you might wonder, have we made progress?
One year after Superstorm Sandy, the streets are clear of debris, but homes and lawns tell a different story of recovery.
Police are advising residents about a phone scam that has hit Brigantine, Atlantic County.
Six more dolphins have been found dead on New Jersey beaches in recent days, bringing the total to 52 since July 9.
Chris discusses the possibility of a Hillary Clinton presidential run, Al-Jazeera’s controversial coverage of Egypt, and Bon Jovi’s donation of $1 million to the Hurricane Sandy Relief Fund. He also talks to Dick Yuengling, from the Yuengling Brewery, about this Friday’s shore stop in Brigantine.
Flags are flying high on the lifeguard stands as the City of Brigantine looks for a 4th of July pick-me-up.
The newest FEMA flood maps show many residents in Brigantine are in a less hazardous flood zone that is not threatened by waves.
For towns still recovering from Sandy, the surge in summer business isn’t all good news.
Chris talks about Obamacare’s impact on part time employment, a Wynwood homeowner confronting robbers with a hand gun and the city of Philadelphia’s plan to sell advertising in public space. He also talks to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday, CBS 3′s Beasley Reece, Comedian Mitch Fatel, and Garry Schrum and Jim Steele from Heritage Auctions.
Two New Jersey towns will share more than $3.4 million from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to partially reimburse them for debris cleanup costs they incurred after Superstorm Sandy.
Public Works Department front end loaders hit the beach in Brigantine’s north end, piling sand in front of beach access point Thursday, ahead of the nor’easter predicted for the region.
As Officials Work To Ensure Some NJ Beaches Are Up And Running, Displaced Families Are Up Against Summer Renters
With all of the coverage of Superstorm Sandy’s devastation along the Jersey Shore, Cape May County tourism and local officials like Sea Isle mayor Len Desiderio want to change what they fear is the perception that every New Jersey beach town has been devastated.
Sandy’s wake left behind more than just a mangled mess of ruined drywall and soaked furniture. It’s now putting renters and landlords at odds over who should pay.