The Christie Administration has threatened for months to take shore homeowners to court if they did not grant easements for formation of a statewide network of dunes to protect against the next major storm.
He says the school is responsible for clearing up the confusion.
This is the third time that Harmon Carey has asked Gov. Jack Markell to issue an apology on behalf of the state.
The animal was destroyed and a woman exposed to it is getting shots as a precaution.
Thomas Campbell, who went by the street name “Tom Thumb,” had been on the lam from weapons charges when he came upon and murdered 10-year veteran officer Dennis McNamara.
Olaf Jensen, a Rutgers University biologist, is studying how and why some breeds of fish can convert from female to male. And, sometimes, back again.
Fraud Charges Filed Against Man Who Allegedly Used Fake Poker Chips In AC Then Flushed Them Down The Toilet
A clogged toilet down the shore helped New Jersey authorities track down a North Carolina man indicted Wednesday for allegedly trying to rig a poker tournament.
A quarter million cars a day use the interchange linking I-295 with the 42 freeway and I-76, which leads to the Walt Whitman Bridge in South Jersey. Drivers have coped with two years of reconstruction, and face six more.
Sources tell KYW Newsradio that hard-hit towns have compiled more than $20 million in infrastructure damage and cleanup costs, which meets a FEMA threshold for providing assistance.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is expected to announce Tuesday he is, in fact, a candidate for the 2016 Republican Presidential nomination.
Several South Jersey legislators want the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities to look into the response of Atlantic City Electric.
No one was surprised that Christie issued line-item vetoes for $1.6 billion in spending and also vetoed tax hikes that Democrats in the legislature had wanted.
The Christie Administration is pondering a possible disaster declaration in the wake of Tuesday’s storm in sections of South Jersey.
Officials are offering assistance at a number of locations on both sides of the Delaware River, including one in Clayton, Gloucester County.
The main drag through Gibbstown wasn’t too bad: just the occasional tree or tree limb down. But on the side streets, it was a different story.