Murphy came to announce new funding. The venue was the Shark River Municipal Marina. It washed away in Superstorm Sandy, the governor said, and has been rebuilt stronger.
Lawmakers celebrated the fourth and final installment of Sandy recovery funding for transit: over $400 million.
Christie's shut it down, issued executive orders halting road projects after his grand compromise to fund repairs by raising gas taxes and cutting sales taxes imploded. Workers walk out, effectively ...
Despite reports of engineering and insurance companies defrauding policy holders after Hurricane Sandy, a FEMA official told senators from New Jersey and New York that he hasn't seen evidence of ...
Port Authority spending. We've got the man in charge. Progress in Atlantic City, not all of it good. Knocking out the red light cameras. A race to enroll in Obamacare before midnight.
Acting Attorney General John Hoffman says State Police will no longer go undercover as journalists at public events where no threat is detected, which happened in March during a Christie town hall.
Insurance companies accused of a bait and switch on Sandy claims. Will life insurers pay after physician assisted suicide. Banning mandatory meal plans for college kids. Stitching together a way out ...
Senator Menendez calls for a FEMA investigation on insurance companies with Sandy claims.
Experts list key lessons learned for handling disasters yet-to-come.
Does an alliance with Christie help or hurt a state power broker? Does the governor's retort seem presidential? A small Jersey firm's decontaminates kill the Ebola virus.
The Hurricane Sandy New Jersey Relief Fund has awarded $37.2 million to 106 non-profits since the storm hit.
Two years after Sandy and nearly a decade after Katrina, a look at how we screwed up and what we have learned from NJ Spotlight.
Sandy two years later. The economic, emotional, physical and political ramifications of the wreckage and restoration. The congressional race in District One. Big problems over breakfast.
Christie toured areas hard hit by Hurricane Sandy on the second anniversary of the storm.
Political leaders met with business leaders at NJ Chamber of Commerce breakfast to discuss the state's economy.