Cape May County
A pilot managed to steer a failing helicopter away from homes Monday upon making an emergency landing in Cape May County, New Jersey.
Gov. Chris Christie’s administration and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers are launching a study of the effectiveness of new methods to protect coastal towns from storms.
The state of New Jersey has launched a loan program designed to boost home ownership in the counties hit hardest by Hurricane Sandy.
The Garden State Parkway will soon be completely free of traffic lights.
Sea Isle’s beaches, promenades and most businesses were unaffected by Sandy. The city is planning what it calls the biggest ribbon-cutting ceremony in the state on Feb. 15, to kick off the summer beach season a little early this year.
Residents of Atlantic, Cape May, Middlesex, Monmouth and Ocean counties can apply for the grants through their town governments for money to pay for repairs.
Talk about the catch of the day. A New Jersey man recently managed to reel in a 7-foot shark just off the coast of Cape May County — and it wasn’t his first one.
Eleven-year-old Mark Himebaugh was last seen leaving his family’s Cape May County home to watch firefighters battle a marsh fire on Nov. 25, 1991.
The first rain and wind from Hurricane Irene arrived in New Jersey by midday Saturday, and by the evening,thousands of evacuees headed to local shelters to wait out the storm.
“The most important bit of advice I can give to any of the 8.8 million citizens of this state is think — don’t react — think. Think about what you need to do to protect your life and the life of your family,” Christie said in a news conference.
The results are in from a new survey on the quality of life in the counties of New Jersey.
It stemmed from a community-based effort to clean up the shoreline in Cape May County.
Management told Democratic Cape May County freeholder candidate Robert Jackson to stop greeting voters in the Acme parking lot in Lower Township.