The New Jersey Work Environment Council offers a free course to show people still dealing with mold problems from Hurricane Sandy how to clean it up safely.
Offering items like corn mazes, pumpkin picking, hay rides and farm animals are ways New Jersey farmers take advantage of agritourism to bring in customers.
Environmentalists from New Jersey and Delaware say they will take legal action in both states to make industrial facilities change their ways to reduce fish kills and limit pollution discharge.
Seaside Park Borough Administrator Bob Martucci says the effects of Hurricane Sandy caused the massive boardwalk fire that destroyed dozens of businesses.
After learning that the Seaside Boardwalk fire was caused by inaccessible wires compromised by Hurricane Sandy, business owners near the fire worry it could happen to them.
Ocean County Prosecutor Joseph Coronato says an investigation has found the Seaside Boardwalk fire was accidental, caused by energized electrical wiring likely the result of effects of Hurricane ...
Almost a full year after Hurricane Sandy hit, some residents are still unable to move back into their homes.
In an area that was just rebuilt after Hurricane Sandy's destruction, businesses were again lost, this time by flames.
Seaside Heights Mayor Bill Akers expected the damage from the fire to be worse and says the damage "is something we can handle."
The Ocean County Prosecutor's Office is handling the investigation into what caused a huge fire that destroyed dozens of businesses and sections of the Seaside Boardwalk.
Gov. Chris Christie addressed the media about the massive Seaside Boardwalk fire as it continued to burn.
Reporter Lauren Wanko was in Seaside Heights discussing the ramifications of the massive fire on the Seaside Boardwalk.
A fire that began at an ice cream shop in Seaside Park this afternoon spread quickly throughout the boardwalk and to more than a dozen buildings.
A fire that began at Kohr's Ice Cream in Seaside Park spread to the nearby boardwalk and more than a dozen other buildings.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Barbara Buono visited Irvington to outline her urban revitalization plan. She criticized Gov. Christie for his stance on low income families and his treatment of the ...