Six musicians who live near the Jersey shore have won the Jersey Shore Soundoff competition with an original song that organizers hope to become New Jersey’s summer anthem.
The new attraction is located at the Casino Pier in Seaside Heights, where Superstorm Sandy is best known for toppling a roller coaster into the ocean.
Eight New Jersey businesses accused of price gouging following Superstorm Sandy have reached settlements with the state.
Christie said homeowners in Atlantic, Cape May, and seven other coastal counties can get up to $30,000 to elevate their property.
Construction is underway to rebuild the rock jetty on 11th street in Longport after Superstorm Sandy bashed portions of it to pieces.
Rocker and New Jersey native Bon Jovi is giving back to his home state.
Flags are flying high on the lifeguard stands as the City of Brigantine looks for a 4th of July pick-me-up.
By Jim Donovan: On Wednesday, June 19th, restaurants across the country will participate in National Dine Out Day to benefit the Hurricane Sandy New Jersey Relief Fund. Participating restaurants will have the option of donating […]
Seven months after Hurricane Sandy came a calling, and thousands in New Jersey saw their primary homes damaged or destroyed, federal grants are being offered to help them rebuild.
A post-Hurricane Sandy tour of the New Jersey coast line on Tuesday gives the president a chance for a three-point play that can move him ahead of the recent controversies that have dogged the White House.
“It’s only one hurricane, [it] can’t beat us,” says Frank Rainey, who has operated a boardwalk game in Seaside Heights for more than 30 years.
The study looked at data from 117 deaths captured by American Red Cross mortality tracking during the time period from October 28 to November 30, 2012.
Rebuilding after Superstorm Sandy raises the risk of more mosquitoes in New Jersey.
PA officials said Thursday that $340 million in federal disaster-relief funds will be available to New York communities affected by Superstorm Sandy.
That’s according to a study by the nonprofit science journalism group Climate Central. It says that’s equivalent to having Central Park covered 41 feet high with sewage.