By Jim Donovan: The New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs today announced that Amy Hotels, LLC, d/b/a “Econo Lodge” (“Amy Hotels”) in Egg Harbor Township, has agreed to pay $64,543.96 to resolve the State’s allegations […]
A hotel in southern New Jersey has agreed to pay nearly $65,000 to settle allegations of price gouging in the wake of Superstorm Sandy.
Construction began this week on a 3.5 mile sea wall in Mantoloking and Brick Township.
Dozens more homeowners will be receiving grants to raise their homes above flood level in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy.
Environmentalists say New Jersey’s proposed new rules for coastal development would place more people and property at risk from future storms like Superstorm Sandy.
Protecting the Jersey shore from the next superstorm is one goal of a $100-million grant program announced today by Sally Jewell, secretrary of the US Department of the Interior.
Funeral services have been held for a volunteer firefighter who died while battling a blaze last weekend.
A New Jersey legislative committee is using a hearing to chide Gov. Chris Christie for not producing quarterly reports on monitoring of Superstorm Sandy rebuilding projects.
A New Jersey landscaping company is facing charges of price gouging during Superstorm Sandy.
In planning getaways to the Jersey shore, there’s an easy way to get on the water and explore nature — for an hour, or a day.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, who once got into it with a heckler while eating an ice cream cone with his family here, promises he’ll be on his best behavior this summer.
A year-and-a-half after Superstorm Sandy hit, a lot of builders down the shore are amping up their efforts before the start of the summer.
A year-and-a-half after Superstorm Sandy, scars remain along the Delaware Bay.
Peco CEO Mike Innocenzo told the Pa. House Consumer Affairs Committee that 715,000 customers lost power — 40 percent of the Peco system and 70 percent of Peco customers in the suburbs — due to the February 5th ice storm.
But starting May 1st, the 57 families still remaining in FEMA housing will be charged market-rate rent.