Federal Emergency Management Agency
CRS Awards Presented To Two New Jersey Communities
Two New Jersey municipalities were recognized for reducing their flood hazard risk through the FEMA Community Rating System in awards ceremonies on March 10, 2014.
FEMA Agrees To Extend Housing Privileges For Sandy-Displaced NJ Residents
OCTOBER 29: A machine works on a demolition of a house one year after being partially destroyed by Superstorm Sandy, October 29, 2013 in Dover Beach North, New Jersey.
N.J. seeks public input on storm plan
So the state's Office of Emergency Management is asking the public - for the first time - to review the hazard mitigation plan being submitted to the federal government.
Meager aid for N.J. marine industry stirs anger
Despite a pool of more than $75 million in federal appropriations for fisheries disaster relief from Hurricane Sandy and other storm damage, at only $1.5 million, New Jersey has received a pittance compared with other regions, according to state legislators and anglers associations.
Willingboro paralegal charged in false immigrantion petition case
Federal prosecutors said 68-year-old Maria James of Willingboro was charged last week with conspiracy to commit mail fraud.
Galloway Police Blotter: Feb. 16-22, 2014
Donna Higbee for Fraud, Forgery and Theft during the week of February 16,2014. * Joseph J. Brandenberger, 28, of Galloway was arrested by Ofc.
Paralegal faces charges over immigration petitions
A woman who allegedly filed false and fraudulent immigration petitions for clients while working as a paralegal in southern New Jersey has made her initial court appearance.
Report: Southern Invasion Of Arctic-Dwelling Snowy Owls Spreads To 25 States
Reports from tens of thousands of bird-counting volunteers show a southern invasion of Arctic-dwelling snowy owls has spread to 25 states, and frigid cold is causing unusual movements of waterfowl.