Frank Peverly, VP of Operations for Orange and Rockland Utilities, says reinforcing critical infrastructure will require partnerships with government and private industry to create a more resilient ...
Paulsboro residents are still under a shelter in place order after Friday's train derailment and chemical spill as officials continue to monitor the situation.
After a train derailment and chemical spill Friday, Paulsboro residents still have questions about their safety and complain about the lack of communication from officials.
Assemblywoman Grace Spencer says now is not the time to nickel and dime people who have been tragically impacted by the storm,
Damage from Hurricane Sandy caused heavy damage at the Passaic Valley Sewage Commission's Newark treatment facility.
PSE&G’s President and Chief Operating Officer Ralph LaRossa says "hurricanes are not turning left into North Carolina, they’re turning left into New Jersey and now we have to rethink everything we ...
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.
With severe power outages continuing for days and weeks after Hurricane Sandy, power companies find themselves in the eye of a political storm with big new fines being proposed.
The debate rages on about New Jersey’s power system and whether the needs to reinvest in new technology.
Assemblyman Ralph Caputo agrees with Gov. Christie that Hurricane Sandy impacted the October revenues for Atlantic City, but worries that lingering effects like a gas shortage will not allow for a ...
Belmar and Neptune residents are pulling together after devastation from Hurricane Sandy and preparing for more problems from a nor'easter.
Residents, Gov. Chris Christie and President Barack Obama will be looking at the damage caused by Hurricane Sandy. Power outages and transportation problems remain throughout the Garden State.
Hurricane Sandy caused a tidal surge of the Hackensack River in Bergen County which forced water rescues of residents in Little Ferry and Moonachie.
With many areas of New Jersey suffering major damage in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, residents may need to contact disaster relief agencies or their utility companies.