Volunteers helped prepare and serve a Thanksgiving meal to people impacted by the devastation of Hurricane Sandy.
AT&T Mid-Atlantic States President Michael Schweder says his company prepared before Hurricane Sandy hit and made repairs as quickly as possible following the storm to restore communication lines for ...
American Red Cross and Southern Baptist Convention volunteers helped prepare, pack and distribute 2,300 Thanksgiving lunches and 675 dinners to those affected by Hurricane Sandy.
Newark Council members described a melee that ensued last night after Mayor Cory Booker showed up unannounced to cast the deciding vote for Shanique Davis Speight, his choice to fill a vacant council ...
Members of Stafford Teachers and Residents Together (S.T.A.R.T.) are assisting victims of Hurricane Sandy sort through their homes and belongings, even if they themselves have lost homes and ...
Vice President Joe Biden visited the Jersey Shore and Hoboken to see the destruction Hurricane Sandy caused and vowed the Obama administration would ensure New Jersey gets all the help it needs.
U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano says federal assistance is making a difference for New Jersey's Superstorm Sandy victims.
New Jersey's food banks need more supply than before as more residents are homeless and hungry after the devastation of Hurricane Sandy.
The Christie Administration set up mobile offices in Middlesex, Monmouth and Ocean counties to help residents in filing insurance claims related to Hurricane Sandy.
Hoboken residents in basement appointments and some business owners in the city are finding it difficult to navigate through the insurance and FEMA processes.
Residents were allowed to return to their homes more than two weeks after Hurricane Sandy hit. Many found them completely destroyed.
Hoboken Mayor Dawn Zimmer says after half of the city flooded from the storm surge of Hurricane Sandy, many are homeless. She is involved in the Rebuild Hoboken Relief Fund to help residents and ...
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.
While there are vows to rebuild after Hurricane Sandy, some are worried that summer tourism at Point Pleasant Beach may suffer.