Officials say storms that tore through the region ripped the roof off an elementary school and severely damaged the building.
The cleanup continues in Greenwich Township, Gloucester County after last week’s damaging storms.
Thousands of homes and businesses are still in the dark in Gloucester County following last Tuesday’s storms, and officials in one township are calling on Governor Christie to do more.
Officials are offering assistance at a number of locations on both sides of the Delaware River, including one in Clayton, Gloucester County.
If you’ve experienced tree-related damage, 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan has information on filing an insurance claim for repairs.
The severe storms of yesterday evening are a thing of the past, but their impact will linger for days. There have been pages and pages of damage reports coming in throughout the morning, many of it wind damage.
At the entrance near the Boscov’s and J.C. Penney department stores, there’s a sheet of metal hanging over the entrance, which is taped-off for safety.
As tens of thousands of people remained in the dark Wednesday after strong storms uprooted trees and took down power lines, hard-hit Delaware County started cleaning up.
If you’ve experienced tree related damage, 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan has information on filing an insurance claim for repairs.
In Limerick, Montgomery County powerful winds are being blamed for knocking down a tree on top of a home. It was around 7:20 p.m. when the single family home damaged. Fortunately no one was there at the time.
By Todd Quinones CAMDEN, Del., (CBS) — A severe storm left two people injured and several homes destroyed in Kent County, Delaware. On Friday morning, The National Weather Service confirmed that an E-F 1 tornado […]
Downed trees, many tangled in power lines, are no match for even seasoned gardeners. Time to call in the pros.
Storms are moving through the Delaware Valley on Friday, bringing flooding and damage to our region.
Visitors to the Jersey shore this weekend will find many of their favorite beaches and boardwalks ready for summer, thanks to a massive rebuilding effort after Superstorm Sandy.
“Only 15-percent think we’ll get back to normal this year,” Poll director David Redlawsk said. “Another 64-percent think it’s going to take one to five years to get there.”