Gov. Christie may officially be mulling his next move. But all signs say he's about to jump into the presidential race. We'll compile his statements that point to "yes." A Princeton professor suggests ...
Members of the Shark River Cleanup Coalition are frustrated the Shark River has yet to be dredged.
Circling the wagons at Rutgers. Trustees hold an emergency meeting to defend themselves. A quarter billion dollar Sandy settlement involving the Christie administration and HUD. And fighting to clean ...
In light of the recent Shark River fish kill, Neptune Township officials say it's time to dredge the waterway.
Subpoenas issued in the George Washington Bridge scandal. Which names are on the list? Who benefited the most from the Stronger Than The Storm ad campaign? And what do Dionne Warwick and Joe Piscipo ...
Some Jersey Shore business owners believe the Stronger Than The Storm ads were beneficial, others disagree.
The Democrats work to find their voice and their message. Plus, a new poll shows two Senate candidates breaking away from the pack. And an army of teenagers invades the Jersey Shore to help.
More than 600 teen volunteers are spending a week in Neptune Township to help residents recover from Hurricane Sandy through the faith-based organization World Changers.
FEMA rejected a request by the Ocean Grove Camp Meeting Association for funding to rebuild its boardwalk, which was damaged during Hurricane Sandy.
After getting slammed by Hurricane Sandy, residents and officials were concerned about the effects of the nor'easter.
Belmar and Neptune residents are pulling together after devastation from Hurricane Sandy and preparing for more problems from a nor'easter.
Many throughout the state showed their patriotism during July 4 parades.