A Jersey shore town hard-hit by Superstorm Sandy is taking down the barricades.
As the sun came up over Seaside Heights, the damage from Superstorm Sandy was hard to miss. There’s still a lot of work to be done in this popular resort town, but Monday marked a major step in Seaside Height’s recovery.
The House has overwhelmingly approved $9.7 billion to pay flood insurance claims for the many home and business owners flooded out by Superstorm Sandy.
Strong winds may have played a role in a fire that severely damaged a restaurant in Northeast Philadelphia early Friday morning.
Superstorm Sandy, which caused a record-setting decline in casino revenues in October, may have done the same thing in November.
Neil Young and Crazy Horse will perform a Superstorm Sandy benefit concert in Atlantic City.
A central New Jersey town has disciplined four volunteer firefighters who went to the Jersey shore after Superstorm Sandy.
Give yourself a little extra time heading out this morning. A quick hitting system is bringing rain and wet snow to the Delaware Valley.
The Dave Matthews Band is giving $1 million to help Superstorm Sandy recovery efforts.
Small business owners in New Jersey who were impacted by Hurricane Sandy have the opportunity to join a conference call Thursday with Governor Chris Christie and officials from FEMA.
The following is an announcement regarding the re-entry into Seaside Heights, New Jersey, a town hit hard by Hurricane Sandy.
Strong wind began whipping across the Delaware Valley early this morning. Now the soaking rain is changing over to wet snow as our moisture-rich Nor’easter moves inland, with cold air wrapping into the storm.
As expected, upper-level energy over the southern U.S. is developing a low pressure system off the southeast coast Tuesday morning. The low will continue to intensify and track up the east coast, but how far offshore is still the question.
Governor Chris Christie Thursday announced that he has granted the Atlantic County government’s request to rescind the mandatory evacuation order for many Jersey shore communities.
The New Jersey public teachers union has canceled its annual convention for the first time in 158 years because of Sandy.