Activists took part in a four hour bus tour to showcase how much work still needs to be done.
Margate is fighting the plan in court.
An audit by the federal government has shown that the State of New Jersey had to apply 15 times to extend a grant in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
A New Jersey landscaping company will pay the state $33,000 to settle claims of price gouging and other deceptive practices that allegedly occurred during Superstorm Sandy.
The City of Margate, NJ, is continuing its legal battle against the State of New Jersey and the US Army Corps of Engineers, trying to block construction of a proposed dune system.
2 Year Anniversary Of Sandy Has Some People Talking About How Far NJ Has (And Has Not) Come In The Aftermath
The Monmouth University Poll found a majority of state residents feel New Jersey is still rebounding from Sandy.
It has now been two years since Hurricane Sandy struck New Jersey, causing a path of destruction from which many are still recovering. For hundreds of residents of Atlantic County, the wait to go home continues.
A contractor who took deposits for work that was never done at two central New Jersey homes damaged by Superstorm Sandy has been sentenced to five years in state prison.
A new report by the Union of Concerned Scientists projects that in the next three decades years, Philadelphia could go from about 19 tidal flooding events per year to more than 200.
A report released by Amtrak says they would need to close each Hudson River tunnel for at least a year to make repairs.
The largest of the seven projects, costing $32 million, is to shore up the cabling that powers SEPTA’s entire Regional Rail system.
Nearly two years after Hurricane Sandy, New York’s popular South Street Seaport is still recovering. But it’s really worth a getaway visit.
More than half believe the time he’s spending in Iowa and New Hampshire as head of the Republican Governors Association points to loftier goals. And, Redlawsk says, some of those surveyed believe that leaves Christie less focused at home:
NJT spokesman William Smith says the agency currently has no plans to act on any of the proposals in a 2009 consulting company’s report.
Protecting the Jersey shore from the next superstorm is one goal of a $100-million grant program announced today by Sally Jewell, secretrary of the US Department of the Interior.