Jersey Shore At Varying Stages Of Recovery Three Years After Superstorm SandyMore than 80,000 housing units were damaged or destroyed in the October 2012 storm. The cost: roughly $30 billion.
Storm Causes Major Erosion At Ortley BeachSome New Jersey towns are scrambling after they said storm preps did not hold over the weekend.
Heavy Winds, High Tides Could Cause Coastal Damage In New JerseyHigh winds and high tide created the perfect combination for disaster in coastal areas of New Jersey Monday.
Neighbors Not Pleased With Corporate Name On Ortley Beach Water TowerThe New Jersey American Water utility company just renovated the tower in Ortley Beach, and has placed its name on the tower.
Jersey Shore Revenues Down 40 Percent In Spite Of Pricey Ad Campaign Jersey Shore communities issued a dire progress report on the last weekend of the summer. Some towns announced that they had lost millions of dollars in beach revenue in 2013 despite a massive summer ad campaign.
Christie Visits Jersey Shore To Promote 'Stronger NJ' Grant ProgramIt's another trip down the Jersey shore for Governor Chris Christie -- but it's not a vacation.
Summer After Sandy: A Long Climb Back In Toms RiverToms River has lost 20 to 25 percent of its tax base and 400 homes are being demolished. 4,000 homes were damaged.
Expert: Despite Erosion, Deadly Sinkholes Unlikely Along Jersey ShoreThe storm surge that decimated much of the Jersey Shore created about 60 holes in Ortley Beach. The holes were formed when water got under the sand beneath the homes.
Toms River Residents Balk At Plan To Take Part Of Private Beach For DunesToms River residents want to protect their dunes, despite the town’s efforts to rebuild by stripping homeowners of part of their property.
State Lawmakers Tour Jersey Shore Communities One Month After Sandy Made LandfallMembers of the state Assembly took a bus tour on Thursday, checking out the recovery effort and surveying some of the devastation that remains.
Ortley Beach Residents Seeing Homes For First Time Since SandyMore than 100 Ortley Beach residents started lining up in the middle of the night at a Toms River shopping center to board buses that would take them home for the first time since Sandy struck.
CBS 2 Exclusive: 911 Calls Document Panic On Jersey Shore During Superstorm SandySome Jersey Shore residents did not heed mandatory evacuation warnings, and chose to ride out Superstorm Sandy instead.