A year after Superstorm Sandy pummeled his state, Gov. Chris Christie said he is celebrating how far New Jersey has come since the storm.
The demolition and cleanup work from the massive boardwalk fire in Seaside Park and Seaside Heights, N.J., should be complete by the end of November, officials said.
Seaside Park and Seaside Heights officials have hired South Toms River-based Eagle Paving Corp. — which is operated by the man who also runs FunTown Pier — to do the work.
Last week’s massive boardwalk fire in New Jersey began accidentally, the result of an electrical problem, an official briefed on the investigation said Tuesday.
New Jersey is offering $50,000 grants and $5 million no-interest loans with no payments due for two years.
Gov. Chris Christie said the fire that raged for eight hours in Seaside Park and Seaside Heights was 95 percent contained by late morning Friday.
Many Seaside Park residents are still recovering from Hurricane Sandy, but that didn’t stop many of them from reaching out to lend a helping hand in the wake of Thursday’s massive boardwalk fire.
Winds were raging and fire experts said that conditions along the boardwalk created the perfect storm that resulted in a worst case scenario.
Lifelong residents said they felt like they were punched in the gut as they watched the boardwalk and numerous buildings on it get gobbled up by flames.
The remains of a boardwalk ride washed up in Seaside Park this weekend and beachgoers on the Jersey Shore are asking if the the water will be safe this summer.
A firefighter who lost his home to Superstorm Sandy responded to a call last week, only to find his own new home was on fire.
For one Jersey Shore town, new progress has been made on the journey back from Superstorm Sandy.
If you’re about to complain about your job, consider the plight of some workmen in Connecticut.
The body of the second of two swimmers who went missing along different areas of the Jersey shore has been recovered.
Officials in New Jersey had a busy day, responding to several incidents that required water rescues. It came on a day where many headed to area beaches to try to cool off from the sweltering heat.