Sandy ravaged New Jersey's fishing industry, now we know how badly. The US department of Commerce has issued final numbers that, while staggering, don't include the economic devastation since. The ...
Federal restrictions and damage from Sandy have fishermen fearing the loss of fishing.
The weekend is here and if you’re looking for a fun activity this weekend or during the upcoming week, here is a list of events happening July 17 through July 23.
Today's Garden State Express stories from Atlantic City, Mendham and Atlantic Highlands.
Little Silver resident and artist Mike Ciccotello created the Coffee Cup Doodle Project to raise money for charity.
Fighting forest fires and hoping for help from Mother Nature. Down the shore. The governor kicks off his pre-summer beach tour. And New Jersey plays host to Rubik and his legendary cube.
Family and friends of Natalie Gorsegner, who has been battling cancer, are raising money for pediatric cancer research.
The NJDOT has released information about the best ways to get around during a rehabilitation project.
New texts and emails in the bridge scandal. New concerns over the damage this winter may be doing to our waterways. And a new bill impacting anybody involved in adoption.
The Birthright Bill would let adoptees access their New Jersey birth records to find their biological parents.
New poll numbers and a burst of activity as the Senate candidates head for the finish line. Plus, did the governor really change his mind on a controversial issue? And the last minute maneuvering to ...
With the latest Monmouth University poll showing Cory Booker ahead of Steve Lonegan by 10 points, both candidates were out garnering support before Wednesday's special election.
Rep. Frank Pallone Jr. (D-6) announced $14.5 million in federal funding for Atlantic Highlands Harbor to repair marina piers damaged during Hurricane Sandy. The congressman also said that cutbacks as ...