#GivingTuesday to follow Black Friday, Cyber Monday
As the craziness and hype of Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday come to an end, a new campaign urges people to give back.
NJ Transit Footage Captures Hurricane Sandy’s Effects
New Jersey Transit has posted video that captures how Hurricane Sandy unleashed her fury on the system.
Spike’s Seafood Market in Pt. Pleasant Reopening After Sandy-Damage
The famous Spike's Seafood Market and Restaurant in Point Pleasant reopens Friday, Nov. 16 after damage by Hurricane Sandy.
Jersey Shore Restaurant Week Rescheduled for Nov. 30
NJ's Restaurant Week is postponed to the week of Nov. 30 to Dec. 9 to allow Jersey Shore restaurants to get up and running after Hurricane Sandy.
Where to Go for Food, Clothing After Sandy
People all over New Jersey are still in need of food, clothing and other supplies after the damage caused by Hurricane Sandy. If you are one of those people, there are places to go and organizations that are dedicated to helping you.
FEMA: More Disaster Recovery Centers Open in NJ
Six new Disaster Recovery Centers (DRCs) have opened for New Jersey residents who were affected by Hurricane Sandy.
Ways to Help in Hurricane Sandy Relief Effort
The number of calls we have received over the past few days is a testament to the people of New Jersey and their desire to help in the Hurricane Sandy relief effort in any way possible. We have put together some information about how you can volunteer and help the cause.
Where to Vote in NJ After Hurricane Sandy
New Jersey registered voters displaced by Hurricane Sandy have several options this election day to get their votes in.
Officials Warn NJ Boaters: Stay Off the Water
NJ boating officials urge boat owners to stay out of areas affected by Hurricane Sandy and, if possible, off the water entirely.
Ex-EMS Chief Pleads Guilty to Theft From Squad
The former chief of the Beverly-Edgewater Park Ambulance Squad plead guilty today to stealing funds from the agency by giving himself an unauthorized salary increase of nearly $5,000, according to the Burlington County Prosecutor's Office.