A fire that began at Kohr's Ice Cream in Seaside Park spread to the nearby boardwalk and more than a dozen other buildings.
Throughout the state, New Jerseyans remembered the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.
Both Gov. Chris Christie and challenger Barbara Buono were part of the Labor Day Parade in South Plainfield. It's tradition for candidates to come together for the annual parade.
Sea Bright Receives Essential Services Grant Money to Rebuild After Sandy
About 3,000 homes are scheduled to be demolished through FEMA's private property debris removal program.
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.
More than 1,000 people marched in Ocean Grove's 44th Independence Day parade.
The New Jersey Hall of Fame is the only mobile Hall of Fame in the country, with a 53-foot trailer full of information about some of the state's most famous names.
This half-hour special program will feature news from the week since U.S. Senator Frank Lautenberg’s passing on Monday at the age of 89.
A parade and street fair marked Memorial Day in Woodland Park where residents had a good time and also remembered the reason for the holiday.
The town is "raring to go" and ready to receive visitors, according to Mayor Ed Johnson.
Sandy's destruction may have visitors wondering if the Shore is ready for them. Officials from the various shore towns offer a status report on their ability to receive visitors this Memorial Day ...
The governor joined Lavallette officials as the new boardwalk opened in time for Memorial Day weekend. The mayor said it was symbolic of the entire Jersey Shore.
Although the Wildwoods suffered minimal damage from Hurricane Sandy, some business owners are worried that the perception is the beach town was destroyed by the storm.
A sea of people were on hand to greet Prince Harry who was given a tour by Gov. Chris Christie to the Sandy-battered Jersey Shore towns of Mantoloking and Seaside Heights.