Once oysters are purchased from growers along the East Coast, they’re used to ‘reseed’ damaged and dying reefs in New Jersey waters and elsewhere
Marsh restoration is a promising new tool in the fight against rising seas, but more is needed to help save coastal communities
Cases are on the rise statewide, but in Lakewood the number is growing faster
As beach towns begin filling up for the summer, increased take-out dining is causing single-use waste to build up
While casinos and local unions formulate guidelines for reopening, city government fights off a referendum and out-of-work residents line up for food
Sustained by tourism, many Shore communities have seen off past crises. What’s in store for them in a summer season overshadowed by the pandemic? And, ...
NJ’s commercial fishing industry is fifth largest in US; its sales have cratered in the pandemic
Is Jersey City’s Buyout Offer to Hundreds of Employees A Sign of What’s to Come for Other Municipalities?
As COVID-19 lockdown continues, and with relief from federal CARES Act yet to arrive, NJ municipalities are facing fiscal emergency and tough choices
In all the uncertainty surrounding effective treatment of COVID-19, mechanical ventilators are seen as vital to prolonging the life of many patients
Despite proposed budget cuts and rising seas, the Corp’s beach-building efforts on the Shore are stronger than ever
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