Route 35 Construction Means No Normal Summer For Drivers
Construction on the 12.5 mile stretch of Route 35 through Ocean County will be done with every effort to not inconvenience drivers too much. But Joe Dee, spokesman for the New Jersey Department of Transportation reminds drivers this won't be a "normal summer."
Mantoloking Residents To Return Home After Sandy [AUDIO]
One hundred and twenty-seven days after Superstorm Sandy hit the Garden State, residents of, arguably, the hardest hit municipality will finally be allowed to return home.
Kim Guadagno Encourages Jersey Shore Visits [AUDIO]
Summer might be the prime season for visiting the Jersey Shore, but a new initiative being kicked off by Lieutenant Governor Kim Guadagno focuses on all the shore has to offer right now.
Gasoline Costs Affecting NJ Families [AUDIO]
The price at the pump keeps going up, and it's taking a bigger chunk of the family budget than ever before.
Ortley Beach Opens For Repopulation [AUDIO]
Ortley Beach, Toms River's most storm-battered portion, will reopen for repopulation, but Township Mayor Tom Kelaher warns it could be while until things are fully normal in that part of town.
Island Beach State Park Partially Reopens After Sandy [AUDIO/VIDEO]
After three months of intense Sandy clean up, Island Beach State Park is partially reopen for walking, sport fishing, and four-wheel driving-all without an entrance fee.
Future Of Fort Hancock In Hands Of Advisory Committee [AUDIO]
The future of Sandy Hook's Fort Hancock lies with a panel of local stakeholders.
Shore Towns Consider Sea Walls For Future Storms [AUDIO]
In an effort to protect shore communities from future storms, many are opting in favor of artificially constructed sea walls to act as a buffer.
NJ Congressman Worried About Potential Shoreline Cuts [AUDIO]
As the Sandy Relief Bill moves closer to materializing, Congressman Rush Holt (D-12) warns cuts to the Regional Ocean Partnerships in the legislation will prove detrimental to the region as it recovers.
Christie Says Sandy Aid Will Help Shore Open For Summer [AUDIO]
Governor Christie is optimistic this will be a good summer for the Jersey Shore, but he's asking Garden State residents to continue being patient.
Middletown Residents See Stabbing As Mental Health Issue
The stabbing of a 29 year old Keansburg woman in a Middletown Bed Bath and Beyond is a shock to the Monmouth County community, and many of it’s residents are facing mixed reaction ranging from disbelief to acceptance.
Governor Christie Tired Of Waiting On FEMA Flood Maps [AUDIO]
Governor Christie won't be waiting for FEMA to release the final Flood Base Elevation maps, instead saying he will make the decision on the state's flood maps.