Hurricane Sandy battered Atlantic coast beaches, but the flip side of the storm, south of the eye where wind howled from the west, chewed up those on the New Jersey shore of the Delaware Bay.
A year-and-a-half after Superstorm Sandy, scars remain along the Delaware Bay.
Instead of throwing the shells in the trash, they are placed in bins and picked up by a nonprofit, New Jersey-based environmental group, the BaySave Foundation.
A New Jersey woman swam 13.1 miles across the Delaware Bay to raise money for the communities hurt from Superstorm Sandy.
A New Jersey woman says she’s going to attempt to swim 13.1 miles across the Delaware Bay.
A program that provides real-time navigational information on the Delaware River and Bay could be shut down in a few months.
We spoke with a bay crabber who has concerns about the crustaceans’ population this year.
The Coast Guard has suspended its search for a missing boater after a boat with three people aboard capsized in the Delaware Bay Thursday morning.
Thanks to grants from conservation groups, New Jersey’s Department of Environmental Protection is partnering with several organizations to repair beaches on the Delaware Bay damaged by Superstorm Sandy.
New Jersey governor Chris Christie is requesting a federal disaster declaration for the states commercial and recreational fishing industries that support over 14,000 jobs and generate, according to Christie, about $2.7 billion in economic activity.
Coast Guard crews have helped rescue three people from a fishing vessel that was sinking off the southern New Jersey coast.
A 65-year-old man whose kayak overturned near the entrance of the Delaware Bay was rescued by the Coast Guard on Sunday evening.
The Coast Guard rescued a man who capsized his kayak four miles off Cape May Point on the Delaware Bay Saturday evening.
There are more than 100 nests scattered across the Garden State.
The US Coast Guard was called out by New Jersey state police after word came in that a 63-foot fishing boat was taking on water in the Delaware Bay, about seven miles off shore.