Department of Environmental Protection spokesman Bob Considine said there’s more sand on New Jersey’s beaches this summer than there was the day before Superstorm Sandy hit.
Construction rigs for a natural gas pipeline have been set up on the ocean, and they are not going anywhere for a while. And the project is making waves.
Mayoral spokeswoman Marti Adams said Joseph Bruno will be stepping down on June 27.
A creative plan to alleviate flooding in Hoboken could help solve problems throughout the area.
New Jersey’s first lady Mary Pat Christie was on hand Wednesday to welcome the families to their new homes.
CBS 2 previously reported on mold and trash that had built up in homes that were abandoned after the storm. On Tuesday, CBS 2 got action.
Moldy trash remained in homes that were still abandoned 20 months after Superstorm Sandy, and residents have demanded a cleanup.
Some Queens residents say a house damaged by Superstorm Sandy and then left abandoned is posing a health hazard in their neighborhood.
Neighbors claim ostentatious monstrosities are changing the landscape of their modest and historic community.
Transit spokesman John Durso Jr. said the plan is designed to address all hazards, not just major storms.
New York City is leading the drive to be ready in case of another housing emergency like the one that followed Superstorm Sandy.
A four-mile steel wall is going up along the Jersey Shore beachfront, in one of the biggest projects that New Jersey will undertake to keep residents safe from storms like Superstorm Sandy.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s post-Sept. 11 system-wide security upgrades will take until 2017, nine years longer, partly because of damage caused by Superstorm Sandy.
In just five days, all construction being conducted outside in Ocean Beach has to stop because of a quality of life regulation.
Con Edison said Tuesday it is investing $1.3 billion to meet added summer energy demand in New York City and Westchester County.