Lawmakers are reviewing all aspects of New Jersey's storm response. Assembly Republican leader Jon Bramnick (R-21) didn't mince words about which utilities performed well, and not so well, during the ...
New Jersey Manufacturer's Insurance Company officials estimate that total payouts to policyholders could exceed $300 million. Other insurance companies have even higher estimates.
NJ Transit Executive Director Jim Weinstein offers a status report about the state of mass transit in New Jersey and defends decisions related to Hurricane Sandy.
Sal Risalvato says legislation requiring gas stations to install backup generator won't prevent gas lines when another storm like Sandy impacts gas distribution.
Sen. Kevin O’Toole (R-40), a vocal supporter of the governor, is not in the least surprised by Gov. Christie’s record poll numbers.
Master banjo players including Tony Trischka and Noam Pikelny (featured above) are performing in Béla Fleck’s Banjo Summit on an east coast tour through January with a stop at McCarter Theatre.
Damage from Hurricane Sandy caused heavy damage at the Passaic Valley Sewage Commission's Newark treatment facility.
Assemblyman Matthew Milam (D-1), Chair of the Assembly Tourism and Arts Committee, underscores the importance of the tourism industry which he says is the state's second or third largest revenue ...
Former governor and state senator Richard Codey (D-27) says he will soon make his decision but that he won't be affected by a fear of failure or Newark mayor Cory Booker's decision to enter the race.
Members of the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee heard from officials in Toms River during the first committee hearing on the effects of Hurricane Sandy.
U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano says federal assistance is making a difference for New Jersey's Superstorm Sandy victims.
Mission Fifty, a Hoboken coworking space, became a haven for New York commuters and Hoboken companies without power or Internet access after Sandy.
After Hurricane Sandy downed thousands of trees and left millions in the dark, some are suggesting more aggressive tree trimming to prevent future outages.
South Jersey veteran reporter Dick Sheeran takes issue with misleading reports about Sandy's impact on the gaming town's famed boardwalk.
The debate rages on about New Jersey’s power system and whether the needs to reinvest in new technology.