Tag: storm

428 crashes, 312 rescues on state-patrolled roads (so far) for season’s first N.J. winter storm

TRENTON, N.J. – The first significant snow storm of winter 2019-2020 walloped New Jersey on Monday creating profound challenges for motorists and first responders alike. “As of 6:00 p.m., the New Jersey State Police have responded to 428 motor vehicle Read More

LET THEM EAT SNOW? Murphy reportedly ate at an expensive restaurant during the #snowmess

By The Staff _ That’s according to the The Bergen Record which reported that Governor Phil Murphy and his wife, Tammy Murphy, ate at a ‘swanky’ restaurant (“Nicholas“) in Middletown last Thursday during the approximate 8-to-9 o’clock hour time frame that evening. During Read More

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

What snow? Shore, South Jersey dodge blizzard smacking rest of N.J.

A 40 to 50 mile shift in a low pressure system over the ocean has made a big difference in how much snow South Jersey and the Jersey Shore will receive from the nor’easter. That’s likely to result in a Read More

Price Gouging: Inexcusable Greed or Capitalism Working?

New Jersey’s Attorney General is warning state residents of price gouging today, Save Jerseyans, as this late-winter Nor’easter pounds our state. There are laws on the books (which they sometimes enforce). But let’s never forget the #1 Save Jersey rule: Read More

Hermine leaves some Jersey Shore merchants frustrated

AVALON — As out-of-town visitors packed up their cars and headed off the island on Saturday ahead of a coastal storm, Robert Ossichak prepared for another round of flooding in his bike shop in Avalon, lifting inventory off the ground Read More