The Gateway National Recreation Area Sandy Hook Unit is open again after getting hammered by Hurricane Sandy.
Lacking a Handful of Signed Easements, Mantoloking Is Prepared to Use Eminent Domain for Dune Projects
Council President Steve Gillingham said he estimates there are five homeowners who have not signed easements, and the town is be prepared to exercise eminent domain.
Edward Goodell, Executive Director of the NY-NJ Trail Conference, doesn't see the need for LG to exceeding the current building codes.
A Mantoloking home swept into the Barnegat Bay by the power of Hurricane Sandy is getting demolished, more than six months after the storm hit.
New Jersey Environmental Federation Campaign Director David Pringle says his organization no longer supports Gov. Chris Christie because he has broken many campaign promises related to the ...
Since the superstorm hit Union Beach, residents and business owners have been working to rebuild and recover.
Hurricane Sandy hit hard six months ago, forever changing the lives of many in New Jersey.
Residents and business owners are moving forward after Hurricane Sandy, but there is still recovery taking place.
Six months after Hurricane Sandy flooded much of the city, Hoboken residents are returning to normal life.
Lavallette and Belmar are two communities with Buy a Board campaigns. Donors can customize a plank for the boardwalk for a monetary donation.
Approximately six months after superstorm Sandy battered the Jersey Shore, a slew of restoration projects by the Army Corps of Engineers are getting underway.
Officials want to make the dune and beach replenishment project a top priority, but they need signed easements from homeowners to proceed.
Mayor Stephen Acropolis says the township plans to put $7.5 million in the capital budget to help protect the barrier island and the mainland from future storms.
Congressmen Frank LoBiondo and Jon Runyan have sponsored a bill in response to rising flood insurance rates in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.
NJ Forest Fire Service Supervising Forest Firewarden Steven Holmes says warm, dry conditions increase the risk of fires in the state.