NJ Seeks Disaster Aid After January Storm And Shore FloodingThe request for $82.6 million is meant to cover government costs in dealing with snow removal and debris cleanup on the state and county level.
UPDATE: Trash Collection In Philadelphia Not Being SuspendedThe City of Philadelphia has reversed course and now says regular trash and recycling collection will take place today.
Overnight Weather Leaves Delaware Roads Mostly Wet; Snow Expected Later TuesdayA winter storm that was expected to drop snow on Delaware overnight turned out to be mostly rain, leaving wet or slushy roads in most areas as the morning commute got underway on Tuesday.
Local Counties Prepare For Approaching Winter StormLocal counties are preparing for the latest round of winter weather.
19 Beaches Sustain Heavy Damage During Weekend Winter StormAtlantic City beach elevation fell between two and eight feet and Ocean City beaches fell between one and seven feet.
Snow Starting To Melt But Problems Remain Days After Winter StormDays after the big snowstorm, problems persist in the region.
Residents Still Buried Under Snow Wonder If City Has Forgotten About ThemSnow covered roads by day, have turned into an icy mess by night. People from Fishtown to Fairmount are still digging out from the weekend's storm before many have even seen a plow dig in.
Phila. Parking Authority To Resume Meter & Kiosk Enforcement WednesdayThe Philadelphia Parking Authority (PPA) says starting Wednesday, there will be no more free meter and kiosk parking because of the storm cleanup.
Senators, Congressman Assess Winter Storm Damage At Jersey ShoreWhile social media is blowing up over Governor Christie’s comments, Senators Cory Booker and Robert Menendez, as well as Congressman Frank LoBiondo head south to lend a hand.
Philly Police Launch 'No Savesies' Campaign, But After Storm There's No Stopping ItIn a few Philadelphia neighborhoods, residents say "savsies" is in full effect.
Christie On Calling North Wildwood Mayor "Crazy": 'I Got Carried Away' "As one of his earliest supporters during both of his runs for Governor and having met and interacted with him and his family numerous times over the course of his terms as Governor, I am disappointed that he would lower himself as much as he did."
Economists Put Price Tag On Storm CostExperts say the economic impact would have been far worse if the storm occurred during the work week.