Victims of Superstorm Sandy still fighting for a bigger insurance payment from the companies that administer the federal flood insurance program are getting a six-month extension to file critical paperwork.
It's been nearly a year since Hurricane Sandy devastated the New Jersey coastline and left countless families with deep emotional scars, including many children who are just now starting to scratch the surface of their feelings in the aftermath of the disaster.
Amidst a decision by the Governor to declare an Executive Order allowing the construction of dunes on property even where easements weren't signed, and the state's decision to award a one dollar settlement to the Harvey Cedars couple who sued over obstructed views, the attorney for the cou…
Phone companies in New Jersey eager to replace traditional copper lines with wireless systems will have to wait until the kinks are worked out if a bill proposed by Central Jersey Assemblyman Daniel Benson is passed.
In a decision that's reverberating all along the superstorm-strewn shoreline, the Harvey Cedars couple originally given $375,000 for compensation related to a protective dune on their beachfront property has settled with the state for one dollar.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and business owners at the Jersey Shore did and are doing all they can to convince people that the state is "Stronger than the Storm," but it's not working as well as they would have liked.
Last Thursday's boardwalk fire in Seaside destroyed over 50 business and dealt millions of dollars in damage, but it could have been prevented with the addition of simple sprinkler systems, says a fire prevention expert.