Gov. Chris Christie has signed an order to allow the state to knock down homes and other buildings left dilapidated by Superstorm Sandy.
The 500 or so constituents who attended Thursday’s town hall — held about 45 miles from where the traffic jams occurred — had Sandy recovery on their minds.
The federal government won’t drop rules that many Superstorm Sandy victims say are among the biggest impediments to rebuilding more quickly.
New Jersey’s Top Ten Beaches contest is back after a one-year break while the shore began its recovery from Superstorm Sandy.
When Michael and Yvette Atkinson look around their home in Atlantic City, there are problems just about everywhere.
Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno strongly denied Hoboken Mayor Dawn Zimmer’s claims as “false” and “illogical” on Monday, the day before Christie’s second-term inauguration.
Protesters upset with how the state is distributing relief funding for Superstorm Sandy victims have taken their complaints to Trenton.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development’s inspector general says the audit’s examining whether the campaign followed federal requirements, not the way the contract was awarded.
Gov. Chris Christie, eager to get on with business amid a scandal over traffic jams that appear to have been manufactured by his aides, is meeting with homeowners affected by Superstorm Sandy even as the Legislature prepares to issue new subpoenas as part of its investigation.
Governor Christie has tapped a New York firm to lead his own probe of the George Washington Bridge closing but made no mention of it in a public appearance at the shore.
Federal officials are taking a closer look at how New Jersey governor Chris Christie’s administration spent $25 million to promote the Jersey shore after Superstorm Sandy.
As the calendar gets ready to turn to 2014, New Jersey continues to recover from Hurricane Sandy.
Atlantic City’s casino revenue increased by more than 27 percent in November compared to a year ago, and that’s only because Superstorm Sandy forced the casinos to close for nearly a week in November 2012.
The money was raised by an online auction of the baseball Hall of Famer’s 1960 contract with the New York Yankees.
New Jersey officials say they have distributed just over one-third of the federal aid allocated for housing help after Superstorm Sandy.