Hoboken's Rebuild by Design project is a four-part water management strategy: Resist the coastal flooding, delay its release, store it, and discharge when it can do the least damage.
Early Thursday morning South Jersey was hit with widespread flooding with more bad weather expected through the evening hours.
The energy infrastructure company built a compressor station in Roseland in 2013. The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection recently approved two freshwater wetland permits that would ...
Supporters of the Clean Water and Flood Reduction Act, as it's officially known, say the bill's nickname of a "rain tax" is misleading.
The wet and windy official start of winter left people looking for cover.
New Jersey’s gotten wetter over the last couple decades, and 2018 could rank among the state’s top five wettest years.
Six years after Sandy, construction is set to begin to protect Hoboken from extreme flooding.
American Water needed to better protect its vulnerable assets, and 18 months ago launched a $37 million project to harden its perimeter.
Some theorize that a widening project on the Garden State Parkway nearby altered the topography and contributed to the flooding, but Murphy says it's too early to tell.
114 homes in the Greenbriar I senior community flooded earlier this week when the area was inundated with nearly 8 inches of rain.
The governor also signed a state of emergency on Tuesday for several flood-damaged counties to secure funding for cleanup.
The lucky ones escaped with just a mess on their hands. Some residents say there has been no immediate help from local or state agencies.
American Water unveiled a nearly $1 million investment in the Cramer Hill section of Camden. But critics cite a recent lawsuit against the private water company for not adequately notifying residents ...
The U.S. Army Corp of Engineers is narrowing down design plans to protect the shoreline from future coastal storm devastation, and almost all include massive sea gates, storm barriers or land-based ...
The report from the Union of Concerned Scientists predicts 60,000 homes in New Jersey will be at risk for chronic tidal flooding by 2045.