Lots of people spent the morning soaking up rays in Asbury Park, one of 216 New Jersey beaches open for business heading into the Memorial Day weekend.
Residents and town officials gathered at a Board of Public Utilities fact-finding forum in Byram Thursday night, to tell their stories directly to squirming utility reps.
Chris D'Urso is a Rhodes scholar and a senior at the University of Pennsylvania.
New Jersey is one of 34 states with price gouging laws, but Congressman Frank Pallone wants the federal government to protect consumers in all states.
Five years after Superstorm Sandy the governor thanks first responders and talks about still work undone. Wolves in sheep’s clothing. A special report on New Jersey’s SPCA calls them wannabe cops ...
Climate scientists, city planners and environmentalists are concerned the coast is just as vulnerable to rising sea levels and storms as it was five years ago.
The coastal resiliency storm surge barrier boat tour brought on board scientists and engineers to explore how towns and agencies have responded to the threat of future storms.
Scientists stress the importance of preparing for the inevitable effects of climate change.
What if they designed a plan to handle more commuters than ever without consulting New Jersey? They did. A veteran who fought the Nazis in Europe gets due recognition at a resonant time. Lawmakers and ...
Some worry the cuts may jeopardize communities during future storms.
Natural gas distribution mains will better handle storms along coast
Ralph Izzo wants to focus on reducing energy use while making it more environmentally friendly to produce.
Tight on time and money for the next state budget, Christie's looking to tap into Horizon surpluses. But the health insurance giant says it'll cost subscribers more. What happens to the state's bottom ...
Finger pointing but pursuing "what's next" after the big fail to repeal and replace Obamacare. A benefit to raising the gas tax last fall -- money by the millions to start work on road and bridge ...
NJ’s State Commission of Investigation found unlicensed recyclers dumped contaminated debris around the state.