The steel sea wall is meant as a short-term protective measure, to be complemented by an extensive beach widening and dune construction project being planned by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Nick Honachefsky’s home in Camp Osborn, N.J., was destroyed by Superstorm Sandy. He joined us on The Couch to tell us about his story — and why he’s not sure he can rebuild just yet.
Police in Brick Township, N.J., were searching Tuesday for a thief who ripped off a woman’s purse as she shopped at a local ShopRite store.
Gov. Chris Christie announced federal grant money has been made available for about 2,700 homeowners. Each homeowner will receive up to $30,000 in federal grant money to help them elevate their homes.
The aftermath of Superstorm Sandy is being felt beyond the bricks and mortar, as the serenity at the Jersey Shore has been replaced by stress.
The Jersey shore isn’t finished recovering from Superstorm Sandy, but the elements don’t care.
Mayor Bloomberg also warned residents living in low-lying coastal areas that flooding may occur as the storm barrels through the Tri-State.
At a hearing before the state Senate Budget Committee Monday, local emergency management officials and mayors testified about their storm recovery needs to ensure they are up and running for high season.
With a nor’easter forecast to sock coastal communities especially hard, the Brick Township Office of Emergency Management has issued a mandatory evacuation for all residents in low-lying waterfront areas of town.
With a Nor’easter expected to strike the area later this week, one New Jersey township has decided not to taking any chances.
A state of emergency has been declared in Freehold Township as thousands of utility customers in Central Jersey remained without power late on Sunday morning after a series of severe storms moved through the region.
The events unfolded Wednesday when troopers tried to stop 30-year-old Michael Zaun, of Delanco, for a moving violation on Route 29 in West Trenton around 12:30 a.m., police said.
Theft charges have been filed against a former New Jersey police officer who allegedly stole funds while serving as treasurer of a police union.
New Jersey voters were not generous when it came to exceeding the new two percent property tax caps in school elections. They rejected increases in 12 of 14 municipalities that had referenda.