Businesses are preparing for more than just an one event.
Firefighter Mike Lange has binders of paperwork meticulously tracking his efforts to get Sandy relief funds to lift his house in Brigantine above new flood standards. What he doesn’t have is the money.
Coming in fourth for job loss, the town’s unemployment rate was a whopping 11.1% in October.
Authorities say Edward Broderick was last heard from around 6 p.m. Saturday, when he told a friend that his vessel was en route to a clamming facility in Highlands.
This weekend, a little known festival will descend on Ocean City without a peep.
It’s been one year since Superstorm Sandy, the deadliest and most destructive hurricane of 2012 and the second-costliest hurricane in United States history.
Mantoloking, Toms River and Ocean City passed ordinances Tuesday enabling them to acquire small strips of land by negotiation or by seizing it under the power of eminent domain. Any land seized would have to be paid for.
Volunteers are loading supplies to clean up and rebuild Sandy-hit areas nearly one year after the storm.
Clean Ocean Action staged its 28th annual fall beach sweeps Saturday at more than 60 coastal locations.
Heavy equipment is hard at work tearing down and scooping up the charred remnants of a Sept. 12 fire that burned more than four blocks of boardwalk in Seaside Heights and Seaside Park.
The rainy weather moving through the Philadelphia area has forced the cancellation of a number of events.
Though summer is high season for beach-goers, that’s precisely why some people choose to go in the fall – fewer crowds, not to mention lower prices.
A newly released poll suggests many New Jersey families cut back on their trips down the shore, in spite of a 13 million dollar publicity campaign seeking to boost tourism in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
A group called Margate Citizens Questioning the Beach Project is challenging the notion that one dune fits all along the Jersey Shore.
In Seaside Park, ironically, while there was a lot of damage from Sandy, many of these businesses survived. That is, until this fire, which was fanned by 30-mile-an-hour winds.