Legal Woes Can Accompany Sandy Clean Up [AUDIO]
As the cleanup from the Super Storm Sandy gets underway, residents could find themselves spending less over tearing out walls and carpet and tearing through insurance claims and legal liabilities.
‘Can-Do AC’ Blog Launched To Update Atlantic City Progress After Sandy [AUDIO]
Not content to let over a year of positive momentum be derailed by Hurricane Sandy, Atlantic City is documenting its recovery and welcoming visitors back by launching a new blog called "Can-Do AC."
Health Officials Evaluate Lessons From Sandy [AUDIO]
It's been a week since Hurricane Sandy punished the Garden State's coast and now medical professionals on the state level and private sector are evaluating the lessons learned from the storm.
Return To Barrier Islands Not Soon Enough For Residents [AUDIO]
It has been over a week since Hurricane Sandy pounded the Jersey Shore, and thousands along the state's barrier island communities are still unable to return home to survey the damage done by the storm.
Is Fort Monmouth An Option For Sandy Evacuees? [AUDIO]
Thousands are still living in emergency evacuation shelters after the Super S torm Sandy blew through our communities and the question becomes where can the residents find permanent housing.
Jackson School District Coping With Loss of Nicholson Sisters [AUDIO]
With the death of two of it's students, Jackson School District now is tasked with helping its students cope with the tragic loss.
Search Continues For Driver In Lakewood Hit And Run [AUDIO]
A seventeen year old Lakewood teenager clings to life after undergoing surgery for severe head trauma following a hit and run incident in the township Sunday night. Now police are after the person behind the wheel when the accident happened.
Audience Members Hurt When Singer Throws Microphone Stand During Concert At Six Flags
The rock star antics of a band playing Six Flags Great Adventure this weekend left two concert goers with head injuries after the front man decided to throw microphone stands into the crowd.
Mike Ritacco’s Legacy Taints School Board For Residents [AUDIO]
Former Toms River Superintendent Mike Ritacco will face his fate before a judge Friday morning in Trenton to hear the sentencing decision on mail fraud and impeding charges he plead guilty to earlier this year.