Projects to Start Regardless of Easements
As the air turns colder, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has plans for numerous Sandy-recovery projects through the winter and spring.
Ocean County towns get federal funds to fight drug abuse
A federal grant is funding anti-drug programs in municipalities hit especially hard by the heroin epidemic.
Body of missing Lakewood man, Aaron Sofer, found in Israel
Sources indicate that a body found in the Jersusalem Forest is likely that of missing Lakewood resident Aaron Sofer.
Thunderbirds, Golden Knights return for AC Airshow
One of the biggest draws of the Atlantic City Air Show returns next month. Both the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds and the Army Golden Knights flight teams will be performing in the Aug. 13 show.
Bill Would Remove Minimum Boating Age
Boating is a popular pastime in the Garden State and a proposed bill from Assemblyman Erik Peterson would allow children to participate in the hobby by removing the minimum age at which a person can obtain a boating license.
Assemblyman Proposes Casino Bills
With just over a month until Showboat Hotel and Casino shuts its doors for good, making it the second Atlantic City casino to close since January, Assemblyman Chris Brown is calling for accountability among the city's gambling houses.
Gov: Easement holdouts put NJ at risk
The Garden State dodged a bullet when Hurricane Arthur only grazed the state last weekend, but Gov. Chris Christie believes New Jersey is still vulnerable if another storm hits.
AC casino troubles not discouraging Christie
Atlantic City's casinos are facing a rough patch amidst the closure of the Atlantic Club, the Showboat Casino and troubles at Revel, but Gov. Chris Christie isn't ready to give up on AC.
Merchants: Business at Jersey Shore is Decent [POLL/AUDIO]
Memorial Day ushered in a string of warm and sunny weekends, which is good news for merchants at the Jersey Shore, but it may not be enough.
Tourism Officials Look Forward to Summer [AUDIO]
The upcoming Memorial Day weekend marks the start of the 2014 summer tourism season in New Jersey, but it's also the first time Sandy won't be the first thing on the minds of tourism officials.
NJ to Fund Demo of Sandy-Damaged Homes [AUDIO]
Homes that were damaged beyond repair by Superstorm Sandy are being targeted as part of a $15 million program administered through the Department of Community Affairs.
Protecting Your Home From Brush Fires [AUDIO]
Brush fire season in New Jersey is off to a hot start after last week's fire in Berkeley Township, and fire officials are counting on controlled burns to keep the flames tamed.