American Humane Association's Red Star rescue truck is equipped with food supplies.
With hurricane season beginning June 1, Monmouth County has rolled out a new program for emergency preparedness.
The spring storm dumped several inches of rain in NJ, causing problems for motorists.
Morris County OEM Director Jeff Paul says the county is under a flood warning until 1 a.m. Friday.
Science and Operations Officer for NOAA Alan Cope says a total of 4-6 inches of rain is expected through the morning.
Over 100 responders participated in a disaster drill to for Category 4 hurricane.
After a warm spring weekend, a late frost covered newly planted pansies, green grass and rhododendrons.
Meteorologist John Cifelli expects most of New Jersey to get some snow, with the most accumulation to the south.
NJ SHARES President and CEO Jim Jacob says the organization is a safety net for residents throughout the state who cannot afford to pay their utility bills.
Meteorologist John Cifelli says 1-3 inches of snow may be possible for New Jersey this week.
Meteorologist John Cifelli says a mid-March storm Sunday night could bring snow, mainly in South Jersey.
The high number of storms this winter have drained municipal budgets for snow removal.
Meteorologist John Cifelli said that even though it is now the start of March, there is still a chance for snowfall next week.
Meteorologist John Cifelli predicts southern NJ will get 5-10 inches, but north of 78 will get a coating to 2 inches.
Meteorologist John Cifelli predicts six to 10 inches for South Jersey with less falling north.