More than seven months after Superstorm Sandy devastated parts of the Jersey shore, thousands of homeowners are getting some relief from crushing rebuilding and insurance costs.
Police are urging drivers to use caution on the roads because of ponding and flooding in low-lying poor drainage areas.
Legislation is making its way through Harrisburg that would hold drivers accountable if they have to be rescued after driving around barricades onto flooded roadways.
A bi-partisan group of state Senators has unveiled a package of bills to provide additional relief to flood-stricken parts of Pennsylvania.
Both counties are handing out free water test kits distributed by the state Department of Environmental Protection.
According to police, a woman’s body was discovered in an SUV that had been towed after the floods.
Housing inspectors in Trenton are checking every house in the Island section of the city.
The daunting task of cleaning up after the storm is now underway for many residents in the Delaware Valley.
The New Jersey State Police have compiled an extensive list of bridges and roads that have been shut down due to flooding, along with open shelters for those evacuated from flood prone areas.
Motorists are facing delays after remnants from Tropical Storm Lee produced heavy rain that flooded many streets and highways around New Jersey Thursday.
Police in New Jersey are warning homeowners to be on guard against theft scams as the cleanup from Hurricane Irene continues.
Hurricane Irene claimed the life of a 64-year-old woman from East Norriton Township Sunday morning, according to authorities.
The Schuylkill River is cresting Sunday afternoon at levels not seen since the 19th century. Mayor Nutter says the flooding along that river — and near the city’s creeks — remains a threat to safety.
The water pump at Willow Woods Mobile Home Park has been fighting a losing battle against the floods. After a day of rain soaked the region, more than half a foot of water covers the ground in some places.
The spring and summer flooding in the Midwest didn’t just damage lives and homes, it also ruined thousands of cars. 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan finds that could mean trouble for used-car buyers here.