TRENTON – As the state continues to recover from Hurricane Sandy, Assembly Environment Chairwoman L. Grace Spencer on Tuesday cited the storm’s devastating effects as a stern wake-up call for Gov. Christie to rethink his opposition to environmental legislation that would help lessen New Jersey’s vulnerability to increasingly extreme weather conditions.
TRENTON — As many Garden State residents work to recover from Hurricane Sandy, state and federal officials are warning of a danger lurking around the corner: phony building contractors and other scam artists could soon appear in your community attempting to take advantage of your vulnerability as a disaster survivor.
PRINCETON — The New Jersey Sierra Club hosted their Annual Appreciation Day event to recognize the work being done by Sierra Club volunteers, lawmakers and activists to protect New Jersey’s environment.
TRENTON – People receiving Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits will soon receive 25 percent of their October monthly allotment to allow them to replace some of the food they may have lost due to storm-related power outages.
TRENTON – PATH rail service resumed today, Nov. 12, at the Newark Penn and Harrison stations in New Jersey to Manhattan beginning at 5 a.m. Trains will run in both directions until 10 p.m. between Newark Penn Station and 33rd Street in New York.
NORTH BRUNSWICK— This weekend, the American Red Cross had a major effort underway to hand out relief supplies while continuing to provide meals, shelter and comfort to people throughout New Jersey.
NEWARK – NJ Transit has restored limited service on the Morris & Essex lines, including limited Midtown Direct – Morristown service. Midtown Direct – Gladstone and Montclair remain out of service.
NEW BRUNSWICK- A toll-free legal aid line is now available for people facing legal issues due to Hurricane Sandy.