Six months have come and gone since Hurricane Sandy hit the Jersey shore, and in some places the recovery and rebuilding is nearly complete a month before Memorial Day.
As summer — and storm season — approaches, some towns are looking into expensive new ways to protect their coastlines and a local expert says they shouldn’t wait much longer.
Thousands of volunteers are taking to New Jersey’s beaches, but not to get an early tan.
As we approach the six-month anniversary of Hurricane Sandy, South Jersey shore resorts are going to great lengths to let people know they ready, willing, and more than able to deal with this summer’s tourism.
The Philadelphia Fire Department honored a dispatcher during National Telecommunicator week.
Officials have announced that the last day for Superstorm Sandy survivors to register for FEMA disaster assistance in May 1, 2013.
Sandy is being retired from the list of tropical storm names because of the catastrophic damage its massive size and strength caused along the East Coast last year.
Organizers in New Jersey have opened the first of several memorial playgrounds that are being built across the region in honor the 26 victims of the Newtown, Conn. Schoolhouse massacre.
We spoke with a bay crabber who has concerns about the crustaceans’ population this year.
Responding to criticism after Superstorm Sandy, the National Hurricane Center said Thursday it would change the way it warns people about tropical storms that morph into something else.
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.
“I know my school deserves to win this contest,” says senior class president A-yahna Cox in a videofor RentTheRunway.com’s free prom contest for Sandy-impacted high schools.
FEMA has cut a check to the city of Brigantine for $1.6 million to cover the lion’s share of the cost of debris removal in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
As New Jersey beach towns continue rebuilding in the wake of Superstorm Sandy, a new Quinnipiac University poll finds many Garden State residents are planning to come back to their favorite shore spots this summer.
Britain’s Prince Harry is returning to the United States in May and will visit areas in New Jersey hard hit by Hurricane Sandy.
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