Turning up the heat on a proposed deep water port off shore that would pump Liquefied Natural Gas from boats in the harbor to New York. The company says it's needed, but is it safe? Planned Parenthood ...
Crews in Ortley Beach and Toms River have been working on sand dunes, with hopes of replenishing the shore. But residents say they haven't seen any improvements.
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.
Is Christie too cozy with the Cowboys? Containers in Port Newark. Homeland Security's scanning for danger. Hospitals paying for making people sick. And a green dune defense. Christmas trees!
The Bradley Beach DPW is using donated cut Christmas trees to help replenish sand dunes Hurricane Sandy destroyed.
A blockbuster tax break on the chance a company will create jobs in Camden. Hoboken's antique gas mains get replaced by flood-resistant plastic. And the crisis of immigrant children. A Guatemalan teen ...
About four miles of steel sheet pilings will be installed in Mantoloking and Brick Township beaches.
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. ...
One couple who has lived in Ship Bottom for 45 years is worried about the consequences of signing an easement for a dune replenishment project and feels bullied by the governor.
The last thing any Jersey shore town needs is another storm. Frustrated locals are fed up.
Officials and residents credit sand dunes for bearing the brunt of Hurricane Sandy.