Volunteers are loading supplies to clean up and rebuild Sandy-hit areas nearly one year after the storm.
Amtrak tallied a record 31.6 million passengers during its fiscal year that just ended on September 30th.
For some New Jersey families, full recovery from Superstorm Sandy is still elusive nearly a year after the storm pummeled the state.
An arrest warrant has been issued for a Toms River, N.J. man after he was charged with Theft for failing to deliver natural gas-powered electrical generators to customers who paid for the items in the wake of Superstorm Sandy.
Victims of Superstorm Sandy still fighting for a bigger insurance payment from the companies that administer the federal flood insurance program are getting a six-month extension to file critical paperwork.
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Affairs says states would continue to have access to the billions of dollars in grants already obligated for various relief programs, and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says beach rebuilding efforts can continue.
New Jersey officials say a lengthy legal dispute between a town and an elderly couple who complained that a protective sand dune blocked their ocean views has been settled for $1.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is defending his decision to take some federal Sandy relief money to help businesses hit by last week’s boardwalk fire in Seaside Heights.
Authorities say a massive boardwalk fire in New Jersey was accidental and they have linked it to electrical wiring and equipment they say was compromised by Superstorm Sandy nearly a year ago.
New Jersey will use Superstorm Sandy-recovery money to pay for debris removal at the scene of last week’s boardwalk fire in Seaside Park and Seaside Heights.
The Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office says the flare-up occurred at about 2:20 a.m. Sunday in a debris pile on the south end of the boardwalk behind a Seaside Park bar.
Some of the equipment new to Atlantic County this year are a dozen five-ton rescue trucks that were passed on from the National Guard.
Beach badge sales along the stretch of Jersey Shore hit hardest by Superstorm Sandy continue to remain below last year’s levels.
The governor says 99.7 percent of the state’s beaches are open — a better percentage, he says, than in states not hit by Sandy.
New Jersey is launching a program aimed at helping low- and moderate-income families buy homes in the counties hit hard by Superstorm Sandy.