Today's Garden State Express stories from Bayonne, Harvey Cedars, and West Deptford Township.
Christie versus Buono. Booker versus Lonegan. We’ll look at what happened last night and what could happen tonight. Plus, the acting attorney general goes after fugitives. And a beach battle brewing ...
Ocean City officials have begun moving forward with eminent domain proceedings to obtain easements for dozens of properties that are needed for an Army Corps beach replenishment project.
A new turn in the long battle over affordable housing. Plus, Cory Booker under fire for his online activities. And the judge who quit his job for laughs.
After the Harvey Cedars couple who sued over losing a view settled for $1, Gov. Chris Christie directed the acting attorney general to immediately coordinate legal action to acquire needed easements.
VIPs turning out for a huge new development in Newark. Plus, different stories coming from the latest political polls. And a big development in the battle over beach dunes.
Director of the Division of Law in the Attorney General's Office Christopher Porrino says he hopes the settlement will encourage other homeowners along the coast to sign easements for dune projects. ...
Three of the Senate candidates try to break out of the pack. Plus, Rutgers raises tuition and the students talk back. Red light cameras take new heat. And a former Supreme Court justice says politics ...
Former New Jersey Supreme Court Justice Gary Stein discusses the rulings on COAH, the rights of property owners during beach replenishment projects, the Voting Rights Act and Defense of Marriage Act.
The governor celebrates a Supreme Court ruling and has a warning for dune resisters. The Lautenberg family comes out for Pallone. Booker comes out with a new plan. And warnings about dangers on the ...
Harvey and Phyllis Karan were set to receive $375,000 in compensation after property was seized for a federal beach replenishment project, but the high court overturned that ruling.
Gov. Chris Christie toured storm ravaged Sayreville with rocker Jon Bon Jovi, who pledged $1 million to the Hurricane Sandy Relief Fund.
A conversation with Gov. Christie on overcoming Hurricane Sandy, reopening the Jersey Shore and building for a better future.
Managing Editor Mike Schneider sits down with Gov. Chris Christie in Point Pleasant to discuss Hurricane Sandy recovery.
An exhibition now at Morven Museum & Garden proves that the unique beauty of New Jersey’s coast has been a draw for artists since at least the 19th century.