Thirteen years ago, the owners were forced to bear $700,000 worth of remodeling costs to meet FEMA specs. After Sandy, Windansea is open for business as nearby restaurants struggle to rebuild.
Brett Cebulash was aboard the Seastreak Wall Street ferry when it crashed into a New York City pier.
In areas like Sea Bright, which saw devastating destruction from Hurricane Sandy, residents weren't busy shopping for holiday gifts. They were looking through what is left of their homes.
NewsHour‘s Ray Suarez spoke with NJ Today‘s managing editor and anchor Mike Schneider to get a ground report on how people in the Garden State are coping with the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.
Gov. Chris Christie addressed a crowd in West Milford at his latest town hall meeting, discussing mainly local and state issues.
On day four of the Monmouth County water emergency, officials reported some progress in restoring full service while residents are now starting to ask questions about why the collapse happened.
At a press conference, Gov. Christie urged NJ American Water customers to cease outdoor water use.
Fighting back against the new pipelines.
A plan to expand a natural gas pipeline through several state parks and New Jersey's sensitive Highlands area is close to moving forward.
Asw. Grace Spencer (D), Chair of the Assembly Environment Committee, says the Committee's most important task to bring awareness to the state's air and water quality and land safety.
Under the bill, the state would hire a private contractor to oversee the five-year forest harvest management program.