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Study Abroad Beckons to Rutger's Student

Shadi Mousavi of Howell  has been hooked on international travel since age 12, when she visited Belgium  and Iran with her family. But a eureka  moment last year in Brussels propelled her experiences into a whole new dimension. The Rutgers.... `

Workers rush to repair Jersey Shore marina damaged by Hurricane Sandy

As Jimmy Ryan scanned the waters recently of his now empty 136-slip marina, with all five piers still needing repair, he felt the clock ticking. In less than two months the mid-April to October boating season begins...

Clearing debris-clogged marshlands ongoing issue along New Jersey’s coast

A steady rain Saturday made the volunteers’ grunt work in the mucky waters even more laborious: removing tons of debris—by hand—that had been swept into a marsh in Ocean County by Superstorm Sandy...

Backlash growing to FEMA’s proposed flood maps

Jersey Shore residents are bracing for a powerful nor’easter today, which is expected to cause coastal flooding and beach erosion. More than four months after Superstorm Sandy, how and where to elevate homes...

Superstorm Sandy’s underwater mess in Barnegat Bay being cleaned up

Four and a half months after Superstorm Sandy barreled across the Jersey Shore, a question lingers for millions of people who love to go boating, swimming, surfing, crabbing and fishing here: Will the...

Access to Island Beach State Park grows as Superstorm Sandy cleanup continues

The main roadway in Island Beach State Park has been cleared of sand, which in some places was seven feet deep after Superstorm Sandy ravaged the Jersey Shore. Flood-damaged buildings are being repaired...

Barnegat Bay boaters urged to use extra caution this season

Recreational boaters on Barnegat Bay—a popular waterway long known for its shallow depths—are being urged to be extra vigilant this season to avoid damaging their vessels. Cleanup following Superstorm...

Superstorm Sandy-damaged marina in Brick, N.J. celebrates reopening

With Jimmy Buffett music in the air, and hamburgers, hot dogs, and sausage sizzling on the grill, Harbour Yacht Club & Marina owner Jimmy Ryan threw a party Saturday to welcome his boaters back...

Construction begins on new Seaside Heights  boardwalk

With bagpipe musicians playing “Amazing Grace” and dozens of people watching, the first pile of the new Seaside Heights boardwalk was driven about 20 feet into the sand this morning off Dupont Avenue. Local residents... 

The house that Sandy left marooned in Barnegat Bay torn down

One of the iconic images of Superstorm Sandy will soon be a memory for the Jersey Shore town of Mantoloking.  On Thursday, workers surrounded the two-story home jutting up from Barnegat Bay where it...

Dinner With the Elephnant

Early one morning last month, with sleepy eyes half open, I watched from our bed as my husband, Michael, got dressed for work in our small bathroom. He carefully studied the neck of his long-sleeved t-shirt, looking for the tag, before pulling the garment over...