A spokesman for the NJ Department of Environmental Protection says it will take about a year and cost more than $120 million.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency says it has pumped nearly $7 billion into New Jersey more than two years after Superstorm Sandy struck.
The review will involve approximately 144,000 claims and not limit corrective action to 2,200 that are currently in litigation.
Rocker and philanthropist Jon Bon Jovi is sponsoring a community restaurant in a New Jersey shore community still struggling mightily to recover from Superstorm Sandy.
The long road home took a toll on Sheila and her husband Tom, who had to work every hour he could to pay his mortgage and rental home. But even being home doesn’t quite make life normal again.
A year-and-a-half after Superstorm Sandy, scars remain along the Delaware Bay.
Gov. Chris Christie has signed an order to allow the state to knock down homes and other buildings left dilapidated by Superstorm Sandy.
WPHT’s Chris Stigall argued that problems with the dissemination of Hurricane Sandy relief funds will ultimately derail New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s Presidential ambitions.
PECO crews are working to restore power to thousands in the area, including in Montgomery County.
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.
Removal of debris left by Super Storm Sandy started this week at the Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge.
New Jersey officials say they have distributed just over one-third of the federal aid allocated for housing help after Superstorm Sandy.
State officials say settlements have been reached with nine New Jersey businesses accused of price gouging following Superstorm Sandy.
Sandy survivors and supporters at the Visitation Relief Center joined thousands of volunteers throughout New Jersey in a day of service to mark the one year anniversary of Super Storm Sandy.
The poll, which surveyed residents displaced by the storm for at least one month, reveals that few of those families feel they’re close to a full recovery and most of them feel the state’s rebuilding efforts have overlooked them.