State Probes Belmar’s Sandy Cleanup Contract
New Jersey's Attorney General's Office is investigating the awarding of a no-bid contract for Superstorm Sandy cleanup to a company with ties to the wife of Belmar's mayor.
More Than Rescue Items Taken From Store In Sandy
When volunteer firefighters in Seaside Heights broke into an Army-Navy store during Superstorm Sandy, officials said they did so to get supplies critical to ongoing rescue operations.
TV Show Contractor Aids Sandy Rebuilding
The construction manager who helps host Robert Irvine give restaurants a makeover on the TV show "Restaurant: Impossible" is in New Jersey to help with some Superstorm Sandy rebuilding projects.
Winner Named For Summer Anthem Contest [VIDEO]
A country band, After The Reign, was declared the winner Thursday of a state-sponsored contest to create an original song that captures the New Jersey shore's resilience following the devastation caused by Superstorm Sandy.
Sandy-Damaged House Hits Another During Lifting
A house in a neighborhood ravaged by Superstorm Sandy that was being raised for flood protection slid off its foundation and into a neighboring house Friday.
Mantoloking Moves Closer On Dune Showdown
The Jersey Shore town hardest hit by Superstorm Sandy is moving closer to using eminent domain to seize oceanfront land it needs for a crucial protective dune project.
Task Force: Coasts Should Prepare For Rising Seas
A presidential task force charged with developing a strategy for rebuilding areas damaged by Superstorm Sandy has issued a report recommending 69 policy initiatives, most focused on a simple warning: Plan for future storms in an age of climate change and rising sea levels.
Hoboken Station’s Sandy-Damaged Restrooms To Open
Commuters at Hoboken's rail terminal will soon have a more comfortable place to go when they've gotta go.
Flood of Legal Questions Now Roils Sandy Survivors
First they needed blankets and generators. But before long, many of Superstorm Sandy's bedraggled survivors also needed a lawyer.
Flood-Prone Town Looks To Raise Entire Downtown
Along the Bayshore, people often say they live on either the "wet" or the "dry" side of Route 36.