Protections like sea walls and tide gates are a major part of New Jersey's plans to protect coastal areas from flooding. But some communities are also enlisting help from nature.
While shore folks eagerly anticipate a trouble-free tourist season, Trenton’s budget season’s already fraught. One sore point is an ad, produced by the dark money group, New Direction New Jersey.
Lots of people spent the morning soaking up rays in Asbury Park, one of 216 New Jersey beaches open for business heading into the Memorial Day weekend.
A long-awaited beach replenishment project in Sandy-damaged shore towns is now underway.
Election day rain doesn't deter citizens from voting for the candidates they want running the state. We'll cover the races. Will the president's plan to privatize the air traffic control system ever ...
Christie talked about Sandy recovery efforts, possible changes to flood insurance and the state’s pension crisis.
The Trump budget cuts funding to map a changing shoreline. How to calculate flood risks without it? Gov. Christie weighs in on that as he declares the shore open for the season. Businesses down the ...
New life for a thwarted plan to lay a 24-inch high-pressure gas pipeline through the Pinelands. This plan could help South Jersey Gas get it done without an official commission vote. No public airing ...
NJDEP Commissioner Bob Martin says Jersey Shore beaches are ready for tourists this Memorial Day weekend.
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.
Another bad news bond rating with Christie back on the trail. A power play for power. Pouring Sandy money back on beaches. An ode to a Jersey icon. And spinning tales without a sound.
Beaches will be getting 1.4 million cubic yards of sand to replenish what was lost during Hurricane Sandy.
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.