Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Bob Martin says the 14 mile-long beach replenishment project for northern Ocean County is expected to cost $150 million.
Prayers for the victims. Praise for the emergency responders. And a multi-state/multi-agency investigation into the horrific rain crash in Hoboken. The scene suddenly filled with equipment, reporters ...
The total price tag to repair a 12.5-mile stretch of Route 35 will be $341 million.
The Route 35 post-Sandy repair, a year behind and way over budget. How did a 12-mile stretch down the shore become the most expensive road project in state history? The TSA is under the gun to speed ...
Beaches along the New Jersey coast experienced erosion during the winter storm.
It's the Monday after the historic winter storm and the big dig is underway. As is the Monday morning quarterbacking. An assessment of what was done right and what could be improved before the next ...
Getting out of the sand dunes, doctors without contracts, taking down a rogue blimp.
Today's Garden State Express features stories from Bay Head, Stratford and Atlantic City.
The cost of cleaning up. Legislators question the proposed Exxon settlement. Home sweet home -- green building in Newark. Sparking relief for Parkinson's sufferers. And creative business ventures.
DEP Commissioner Bob Martin defended the $225 million settlement with Exxon.
More dangerous crossings. Rahway River flood control. Bay Head's stalled beach replenishment. Could Liberty State Park be opened to developers? And women and heart disease: a red letter day.
Many in Bay Head haven't signed easements allowing for sand dunes to be built.
Testing the business outlook for 2015. Tracking the nor'easter's toll on beaches. The human cost of food without nutrition. Newark's bet on raising graduation rates.
After a strong nor'easter battered the Jersey Shore, crews are working to replenish the sand on the beaches.
Three years out is the 2017 governor's race off and running? Seeking tax revenues for cities with Urban Enterprise Zones. And Bay Head's oceanfront homeowners bucking the big dune project.
Many in Bay Head won't sign easements needed for the Army Corps beach replenishment project.