Wednesday marked two and a half years since Superstorm Sandy hit the coast of New Jersey.
Rock star and philanthropist Jon Bon Jovi and local charities are opening an anti-hunger center in a section of the New Jersey shore devastated by Superstorm Sandy.
Gov. Chris Christie has announced a new storm protection project for one of the areas worst hit by Superstorm Sandy.
An audit by the federal government has shown that the State of New Jersey had to apply 15 times to extend a grant in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
A New Jersey landscaping company will pay the state $33,000 to settle claims of price gouging and other deceptive practices that allegedly occurred during Superstorm Sandy.
The review will involve approximately 144,000 claims and not limit corrective action to 2,200 that are currently in litigation.
New Jersey’s two U.S. Senators say $2.6 million in new federal Superstorm Sandy relief grants will be used for repair work at a hospital and a police station impacted by the storm.
When Superstorm Sandy hit the East Coast, flood insurance companies dispatched an army of structural engineers to do some detective work.
Gov. Chris Christie’s administration announced its plans Tuesday night for spending $501.9 million in federal storm recovery aid, the third round of funding allocated to the state.
2 Year Anniversary Of Sandy Has Some People Talking About How Far NJ Has (And Has Not) Come In The Aftermath
The Monmouth University Poll found a majority of state residents feel New Jersey is still rebounding from Sandy.
Governor Chris Christie’s tour of Superstorm Sandy ravaged areas was met with some tense moments.
Approaching the second anniversary of Sandy the recovery process is far from complete for homeowners.
State Senate President Steve Sweeney is criticizing Gov. Chris Christie’s administration over its handling of the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy.
Two years ago today, much of the region was bracing for the impact of powerful Superstorm Sandy. Thankfully, no such case for today.
It has now been two years since Hurricane Sandy struck New Jersey, causing a path of destruction from which many are still recovering. For hundreds of residents of Atlantic County, the wait to go home continues.