It’s a name we’ll never forget but will thankfully not have to hear about again — as far as storms go.
The playground that opened Saturday in Sea Bright honors Newtown special education teacher Anne Marie Murphy. Groundbreaking for the Sea Bright playground was on March 1.
Girls whose families were wiped out by Hurricane Sandy can still party in style, thanks to a New York City charity that has collected more than 1,000 prom dresses for the storm’s victims.
Wildfire season began this weekend in New Jersey, and while forest service managers say they aren’t expecting more fires than usual, one thing does stand in their way: the trees knocked down by Superstorm Sandy.
Hurricane Sandy devastated parts of our area — and many of those hit hard had little to lose in the first place. Now some high schools affected by the storm are being given the chance to compete for a dream prom.
The congressman ripped into the no vote, saying despite New York and New Jersey facing “one of the worst disasters in our nation’s history,” Rubio “voted against giving us a penny.”
The request filed Friday with the Board of Public Utilities includes a 1.5 percent increase requested in November.
Joyce was in for the shock of her life on Saturday when volunteers working for Operation Blessing filled her in on the work that they had done.
“They emptied out the basement, gutted the house, and brought me this picture, and said ‘your mother was a beautiful woman.’ I said, ‘yes she was, but this isn’t my mother’,” Monica Bonkowski told CBS 2’s Emily Smith on Thursday.
Sam Kille, the communications director of the American Red Cross’s greater New York region, joined us on The Couch to give us an update.
Gas prices have risen at the beginning of each year since the economic collapse – and 2013 is no exception, according to recent data.
After re-opening the room in November, NJ TRANSIT closed the room on Dec. 19 after specialists detected the presence of mold.
Victims of Superstorm Sandy who are staying in temporary housing aren’t expecting room service, but some say that they are living in shocking conditions.
Police: Pair Of Thieves Arrested For Stealing Relief Supplies In Storm Ravaged Areas Of Staten Island
Police say two thieves have been arrested in New York City for stealing relief supplies intended for victims of Superstorm Sandy.
It’s hard to believe there are still people living in tents three months after the storm made landfall, but that is what’s happening in New Dorp.