The Jersey Coast survived another hurricane season without any major damage, but beach erosion remains a concern in the wake of Super storm Sandy reshaping the landscape. The Jersey Shore Partnership has been lobbying in Trenton, urging lawmakers to double the state's Shore Protection Fund to $50 million.
Sandy victims still trying to rebuild and elevate their homes in floodplains are being dealt a potential blow that they may not even realize exists.
New Jersey recently adopted updates to its existing International Residential Code, which places stricter construction requirements on structures in the new Coastal A zone...
Three years since the Superstorm, where are we now, and where are we going? Leaders of the rebuilding effort and Representative Tom MacArthur (R-3) seek your viewpoints as they examine the questions October 15 at Toms River Town Hall.
The panel organized by the Ocean County Long Term Recovery Group will feature members of area non-profit organizations and community leaders...
During the month of October, "Townsquare Tonight" is presenting a series entitled: "Sandy +3." This week, Part 2 takes a closer look at all that's been accomplished so far, and the work still left to be done.
Our guests were United Way's Executive Director Linda Gyimoti and Construction Manager Robert Clark; Northern Ocean Habitat for Humanity (NOHFH) Construction Manager Dick