Tropical Storm Lee
Nearly $260 million will be used to reduce the risk of future damage. Over $170 million will cover voluntary buyouts to residents in flood areas.
Homeowners who experienced catastrophic damage by Tropical Storms Irene and Lee may soon have new recourse.
Mayor Jeffrey Jones refused to testify on Oct. 12 after the council wouldn’t delay its hearing to give him more time respond to a request for payroll record, calling the proceeding “a kangaroo court.”
Desperate times call for desperate measures. Such is the case for a farmer in Orange County.
The National Weather Service has issued a flood watch for the entire state through Saturday afternoon.
If you’re a Tri-state area resident waiting for a FEMA check because of flooding, you’re going to have to keep waiting.
People can start applying for the money on Monday by contacting NYSERDA at 1-877-697-6278 or through its website, where more information is available.
Rising rivers flooded roadways in some of the same communities hit hard by Hurricane Irene as several hundred New Jersey residents remained in shelters Friday, waiting for waters from Tropical Storm Lee to recede.
The situation has become bitterly familiar along the swollen Passaic River: More rain, and more flooding.
A flood warning is in effect for many parts of New Jersey. The rain that began Tuesday will continue to fall in the saturated region through Thursday.
If you filled your gas tank this Labor Day weekend you know it cost a lot more than it did last year and as you return home from your holiday weekend make sure you have some extra cash to fill up your tank.