NJ has launched the program to encourage landlords to rent vacant properties to tenants affected by Superstorm Sandy.
New Jersey’s first lady will mark a symbolic milestone on the first day of summer.
More than seven months after Superstorm Sandy devastated parts of the Jersey shore, thousands of homeowners are getting some relief from crushing rebuilding and insurance costs.
A new poll shows Gov. Chris Christie continues to see a bounce from his handling of Superstorm Sandy.
It’s an annual question this time of year: how’s business down the Jersey shore?
Folks in Ocean City, New Jersey woke up to a warm sun and miles of pristine boardwalk and calm beaches on Monday.
A newspaper used its front page to call for the suspension of beach fees along the Jersey Shore, whose storm-damaged beaches, boardwalks and towns have been rebuilt with billions in federal tax dollars.
Months of cleanup and rebuilding have brought much of the Jersey shoreline almost back to normal, after Sandy.
Any annual shore-goer can tell you: by this time, any other year, there’d be very little left to rent but this year, rental agents are still working.
If crowds on the boardwalk mean anything, visitors have put the Superstorm in the back of their minds. Getting them to open their wallets? That’s something else again.
Authorities have accused a New Jersey man of swindling more than $12,000 from the Federal Emergency Management Agency after Superstorm Sandy.
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.
The poll by AAA shows that more than 400,000 vacationers in the eight-county Philadelphia region are ready to return to the Jersey shore this summer.
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Britain’s Prince Harry toured two New Jersey shore communities devastated six months ago by Superstorm Sandy, viewing some of the damage that remains but also walking on a rebuilt boardwalk and shaking hands with construction workers who have been racing to get the resort towns ready for the summer.