Habitat for Humanity Helps Rebuild Monmouth County [AUDIO]
More than a year after Sandy hit, many residents are just now able to return home, thanks to Habitat for Humanity.
Dining Trends in New Jersey and Nationwide [AUDIO]
Everyone has a favorite place to eat and a new Zagat survey looks at some of the trends of diners across the country.
Seaside Rebuilds Once Again After Fire [AUDIO]
For the first time in decades, nothing separates the beaches of Seaside Heights and Seaside Park and its respective communities.
Search Widens for Missing Marlboro Autistic Teen [AUDIO]
As the temperature drops, volunteers are combing the streets, looking for a 19-year-old autistic Marlboro man, Michael Karwan, who wandered off last Tuesday.
Belmar Scales Down Boardwalk Project Once Again [AUDIO]
Belmar will be scaling back its boardwalk redevelopment once again, amidst a vocal response from residents.
Elementary School Mold Worries Parents in Brick [AUDIO]
Recent concerns about mold at a Brick Township elementary school are causing concerns from parents who fear about their children's health.
Residents Light Up NJ One Year After Sandy
A year after Sandy plunged the state into darkness; New Jerseyans commemorated the anniversary of the storm by illuminating the night.
Seaside Fire Causes Lingering Merchant Worries [AUDIO]
The Seaside Boardwalk Fire's effect on the 2014 tourism season is worrying local merchants, who dread the possibility of two slow summers.
Superstorm Victims Tell Woes to State Panel [AUDIO]
Victims of Superstorm Sandy are still finding themselves in a web of red tape and bureaucratic nightmares, many unable to return home almost a year later.
Sandy’s Effects Linger for Many Residents [SERIES/POLL]
In the fifth and final part of our week-long series Sandy: Then and Now, the storm's lingering effects are still felt by some residents, while others admit they've already put it behind them.
Lacey Township Pushes for Random Drug Testing in High School [AUDIO]
Lacey Township is poised to be the state's 19th school district to implement random drug testing for its high school students.
Nor’easter Tests South Jersey Emergency Management Crews [AUDIO]
This week's nor'easter isn't expected to be nearly as powerful as Sandy, however emergency management officials see it as vital in preparing them for any future storms that will be deadlier.