A new influx of cash is on the way to help New Jerseyans working to rebuild from Tropical Storm Ida more than a year after it barreled through the state. $149 million in disaster recovery grants is coming from the federal government in addition to the $228 million the state’s already received. Advocates said that first number fell short of the actual needs of storm survivors, so now with $337 million in hand, the state needs to create a program to distribute those funds. The advocacy group New Jersey Organizing Project is asking for some flexibility in the eligibility standards so more storm victims have a chance to get some help.
New Terminal A at Newark airport ready for takeoff
The new terminal will open to the public for air travel on Dec. 8.
NJ party leaders consider a Biden-Trump rematch
LeRoy Jones Jr. and Bob Hugin disagree about the gifts of the current and former presidents.
Sherrill promotes improved health care for women in prison
NJ congresswoman discusses Justice for Incarcerated Moms Act.
Council gives go-ahead to bear hunt
One opponent says, “People are so angry right now, they’re very upset.”
Major OB-GYN shortage predicted for NJ, rest of US
Doctor burnout, malpractice rates are key factors in New Jersey.
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