It was two years ago today that the infamous Sandy made her unwelcome appearance on our beautiful shoreline and left a trail of devastation in her wake, and Governor Chris Christie will mark the occasion with visits to our area.
Nearly two years after first making landfall, Superstorm Sandy victims continue to suffer from psychological stress, including post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), according to a new Monmouth University Poll released Monday.
A panel of New Jersey lawmakers used a portion of Monday's agenda to question a member of the state treasurer's office on the lack of progress with a Sandy-related measure signed into law more than a year ago.
Cape May had six inches of snow Wednesday, but with the warm weather right around the corner, Gov. Chris Christie says good progress is being made up and down the shore to get ready for the summer tourism season.
Hundreds of beachfront homeowners are still refusing to grant permission for a system of dunes to be built along their property, a project the governor says will help protect New Jersey's coastline during future storms.
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