Concerned over the possibility of new storms, New Jersey Representative Jon Runyan (R-3) is pressing the Army Corps of Engineers to expedite the 11-mile shorefront dune it plans to build from Manasquan Inlet to Barnegat Inlet.
If the high cost of higher education looms too large in your family's financial plans, take a look at state and federal scholarship, grants, and loans tonight at Brick Memorial High School in Brick Township.
As the U.S. Senate prepares to vote on the over $50 billion dollar Sandy disaster relief bill today, shore Congressman John Runyan (R) came to Toms River to give Ocean County mayors an idea on the steps being taken to ensure that as much funding as possible actually goes toward Sandy relief efforts.
Mystery still surrounds why House Majority Leader John Boehner pulled the $60 billion dollar Sandy disaster relief package from consideration Monday but Congressman Jon Runyan (R) says Boehner told him he "deserves" the firestorm of anger
President Obama and Washington Lawmakers continue to work on a compromise to avoid the so-called "fiscal cliff" where major estate and income tax breaks end and draconian spending cuts kick in automatically at the end of the year if nothing is done.
Getting ahead of the eventual closure of the Oyster Creek Nuclear Generating Station. That's the purpose of a meeting being held in Lacey Township this week hosted by 3rd District Republican Congressman Jon Runyan.
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