Category: Weather Emergencies

Legislator accuses Murphy of punishing GOP counties as powerless N.J. residents face second storm

By The Staff _ TRENTON, N.J. – As a second March nor’easter inches closer to New Jersey, and the lights are still off for thousands of residents in Hunterdon, Warren and Somerset counties, legislators are beginning to demand action from the Murphy Read More

CHECKED OUT: Phil Murphy hangs out with George Lopez while powerless New Jerseyans freeze

By Matt Rooney _ Chris Christie didn’t begin to check out until about two years into his gubernatorial tenure, Save Jerseyans. And we got stuff like the property tax cap and arbitration reform in that time. Phil Murphy? We didn’t Read More

Christie tours National Guard at annual military review (PHOTOS)

SEA GIRT — As 500 New Jersey National Guard members prepare to leave for Puerto Rico in the wake of Hurricane Maria, Gov. Chris Christie on Sunday performed the annual National Guard military review. Christie greeted members of the National Read More

Christians outpace FEMA in aid to hurricane victims

Faith-based groups – Christian nonprofits, specifically – have been busy bees of late, providing more aid to hurricane victims than even FEMA, the federal agency that’s supposed to swoop to the scenes of natural disasters, assess the situation and speed Read More

More N.J. National Guardsmen deploy for Irma, this time to South Carolina

New Jersey continues to do what it can for the southern states ravaged by monster hurricanes heading into Irma’s “landfall” weekend. Late Friday afternoon, Governor Chris Christie authorized the deployment of two UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters, a UH-72 helicopter and Army Read More

Christie deploys N.J. National Guard resources to Irma-targeted Florida

One week after deploying New Jersey National Guard equipment and personnel to assist Texas in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, Governor Chris Christie announced on Wednesday afternoon that he is affording similar support to Florida ahead of Hurricane Irma’s anticipated Read More