On Thursday, Gov. Chris Christie announced an $8.5 million plan for a sea wall in Sea Bright, N.J.
A used car dealer in New Jersey has admitted selling seven vehicles that sustained flood damage during Superstorm Sandy after a Motor Vehicle Commission office employee created clean titles for them.
A man who has had some wedding photos in his possession since the day after the storm is looking for their owners.
School starts next week in Lindenhurst and parents don’t want their children walking to Harding Elementary School past the so-called “Mold House” on Granada Parkway.
Residents of the Rockaway Peninsula took their battle to City Hall Thursday as they fight to keep their ferry service.
The rebuilding of Sandy-ravaged Islip Beach is finally complete with the reopening of its new shore-front restaurant and more durable boardwalk.
The state alleged that the company engaged in 545 instances of price gouging from Oct. 27, 2012, to Nov. 5, 2012. The state’s complaint was filed in December 2012.
A mysterious black-and-white wedding photo album that was carried by floodwaters to a driveway on Staten Island has been reunited with its owners.
From young to old, dozens of aspiring sand architects used just their hands, some water and lots of sand to create a land of towering sand castles and Nassau County’s Lido Beach Tuesday.
Black-and-white images from the past were found by victims of Superstorm Sandy on Staten Island, in the chaotic days after the destructive storm nearly two years ago.
The 24th annual Sand Sculpting Competition raised money for victims of Superstorm Sandy.
U.S. Sens. Charles Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) said the New York City public hospital system will receive more than $117 million in federal aid for repairs to Bellevue Hospital Center for Superstorm-Sandy-related damages.
The Rockaway Restoration Kitchen will offer locally-produced food in a neighborhood still recovering from Superstorm Sandy.
The devastation of Superstorm Sandy has now been largely replaced by a refurbished and spruced up Seaside Heights, and business owners say it’s no accident.
New Jersey officials say they have accelerated spending on housing programs from federal aid sent to the state to rebuild after Superstorm Sandy as they have made improvements to a big program that got off to an uncertain start last year.