The comeback in Sea Bright, N.J. has been progressing slowly, with very few businesses having reopened since Superstorm Sandy devastated the Jersey Shore.
Walkers, four-wheelers, and fishermen may now make use of the park in Berkeley Township.
A nasty dispute over how much responsibility bars in a popular Jersey shore town have to keep their patrons quiet and well-behaved after last call has been largely laid to rest – thanks in part to Superstorm Sandy.
Chris Wood’s restaurant, right off the beach, took on four and a half feet of water, but he considers himself lucky.
Sea Bright Mayor Dina Long said just 300 of the town’s 1,500 year-round residents have moved back into their homes.
Now that federal aid for recovery from Sandy is on the way, Gov. Chris Christie wants dunes from Cape May to Sandy Hook.
For one Jersey Shore town, new progress has been made on the journey back from Superstorm Sandy.
The governor had harsh words for oceanfront property owners in New Jersey who are refusing to let the government build protective dune systems between their homes and the water.
First they were driven from their homes by Superstorm Sandy; now, families living in hotels along the Jersey Shore are getting the boot again.
Despite the damage from superstorm Sandy, there is optimism in at least one Jersey Shore community that the summer rental season will remain strong.
The road to recovery from Sandy for the Jersey Shore borough of Belmar is going through the gulf coast, which was devastated by Hurricane Katrina in 2005.
A bill in the New Jersey State Senate would require any town on the Jersey Shore make its beach access free of charge if the town accepts federal or state aid to rebuild beaches after Sandy.
Residents in storm-ravaged areas along the Jersey Shore had their first chance to speak with Gov. Chris Christie at a town hall meeting on Thursday.
U.S. Rep. Frank Pallone (D-N.J.) was left fuming when mobile homes had not yet been included in the plan for the Jersey Shore.
Winter hasn’t even started, but storm-ravaged businesses at the Jersey Shore are already thinking about summer.