Chris discusses the legality of delaying the implementation of Obamacare, the closing of two coal plants in Pennsylvania, and the continued effort to push through immigration reform. He also talks to Actors Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Beverly D’Angelo and to Tom McGrath from the Philly Post.
Conrail employees told the NTSB they did everything by the book that day. A vinyl chloride leak forced evacuation of half the town.
Chris discusses the possibility of a Hillary Clinton presidential run, Al-Jazeera’s controversial coverage of Egypt, and Bon Jovi’s donation of $1 million to the Hurricane Sandy Relief Fund. He also talks to Dick Yuengling, from the Yuengling Brewery, about this Friday’s shore stop in Brigantine.
State Community Affairs Commissioner Richard Constable said applicants for two major programs funded by the federal government but run by the state will learn their fate soon and that widespread rebuilding could begin by the end of summer.
New Jersey’s highest court on Monday overturned a $375,000 jury award given to an elderly couple who complained that a protective sand dune behind their house blocked their ocean views.
New Jersey’s largest electric utility is going after 10 insurance companies in court.
A purported Superstorm Sandy charity sued by New Jersey authorities has been ordered to distribute its donations and then shut the operation down.
Protecting the environment was the focus as President Obama addressed climate change Tuesday.
The first weekend of summer brought picture perfect weather, which lured large crowds to the Jersey Shore.
NJ has launched the program to encourage landlords to rent vacant properties to tenants affected by Superstorm Sandy.
New Jersey’s first lady will mark a symbolic milestone on the first day of summer.
Governor Christie and wife Mary Pat Christie arrived at Witherspoon Grill in Princeton for National Dine Out Day, raising money for the state’s Hurricane Sandy Relief Fund.
It’s a special day on the 5900 block of Sounds Avenue in Sea Isle. Construction crews are hard at work, but it’s not you’re every day building project.
The newest FEMA flood maps show many residents in Brigantine are in a less hazardous flood zone that is not threatened by waves.
There are still some 20,000 unsettled insurance claims in New Jersey, in the wake of Hurricane Sandy; most of them along the shore.