Anchor Produce Market in Surf City has posted a list of homeowners who haven't signed beach replenishment easements. The owner calls them selfish and says he wants them to sign.
Gov. Chris Christie says while there have been great strides made in the 10 months since Hurricane Sandy hit, he knows some residents are still struggling.
A drastic spike in reports of dead or dying dolphins in New Jersey has officials puzzled and researching the cause.
Roxbury Environmental Action Center Executive Board Member Janet Lemma says the remediation process is "a trial and error with people's lives."
Hurricane Sandy Rebuilding Task Force State Director Michael Passante says New Jersey needs to rebuild smarter and stronger to help avoid catastrophic damage from future storms.
Gov. Chris Christie visited Moonachie and Little Ferry with Congressman Bill Pascrell and HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan to update residents on how recovery is going 10 months after Hurricane Sandy.
E & M Gold Beekeepers of Monmouth County lost about half of their bees in the winter, likely due to the varroa mite.
Several residents who still haven't been able to move back into their homes since Hurricane Sandy hit told members of the legislature that they have been frustrated with the recovery process.
Hurricane Sandy damaged boats, along with homes and properties. Because boat owners have more important items to replace, many aren't buying new boats, but some are repairing damaged vessels.
Mayor Matt Doherty says plans are in place to replace two of the three pavilions in Belmar. He says businesses are back up and running but not all residents have returned home.
Congressman Frank Pallone is reintroducing a bill, the Medical Waste Management Act of 2013, which would track medical waste. More of that type of waste has been washing up on New Jersey beaches.
The EPA announced a dredging project to remove contaminated sediment on a half mile stretch of the Passaic River that has high levels of PCBs, mercury and dioxin.
Although most businesses are up and running since Hurricane Sandy hit, Cape May owners say there are fewer tourists visiting the region and less revenue for them this summer.
New Jersey Farm Bureau President Ryck Suydam says having a standard labeling definition for locally grown produce will help customers trust farmers.
Director of the New Jersey chapter of the Seirra Club Jeff Tittel says PSE&G's nearly $4 billion planned improvement should include making its systems smarter and better, not just stronger.