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Complaints About Verizon’s Service in South Jersey Prompt Legislation
WHYY/NewsWorks | February 19, 2016 | More Issues
Bill calling for probe would lend support to BPU complaint lodged by 16 towns in four counties
NTSB Rules Pilot Error Caused Crash That Killed Newspaper Owner
WHYY/NewsWorks | September 10, 2015 | More Issues
Plane crashed into ravine and burst into flames because locking mechanism was still engaged
Consumer Advocates, Lawmakers Aim to Prevent ‘Surprise’Medical Bills
WHYY/NewsWorks | September 10, 2015 | Healthcare
Unexpected financial complications can arise when out-of-network doctors and facilities aren’t clear up front about their status
Toll Increases Proposed to Pay for Upgrades of Two Busy Bridges in South Jersey
WHYY/NewsWorks | August 5, 2015 | Transportation
Officials say hikes would finance more than $100 million in infrastructure work
Worrisome Legacy of Sandy: High Lead Levels from Debris, Washed-Up Trash
WHYY/NewsWorks | June 11, 2015 | Sandy
Tests show about 6 percent of kids living in seven affected NJ counties with elevated levels
Mercer County Democratic Leader Selected to Fill Vacant State Assembly Seat
WHYY/NewsWorks | January 28, 2015 | Politics
Elizabeth Muoio will serve unexpired term of Bonnie Watson Coleman, who was elected to Congress in November
Dune-Building Opposed by Margate Officials Gets Big Boost in Federal Court
WHYY/NewsWorks | January 16, 2015 | Energy & Environment
But judge's ruling appears to leave opening for continuing fight by challenging eminent-domain taking of land
Coalition Urges Feds to Let Needed Funding Flow Again for River Basin Panel
WHYY/NewsWorks | January 13, 2015 | Energy & Environment, Planning
Delaware River Basin Commission has received government’s 20% funding obligation only once since 1996
Older Structures Pose Particular Challenge in Post-Sandy Rebuilding
WHYY/NewsWorks | December 2, 2014 | Maps, Sandy
From Jersey City to the Jersey Shore, those renovating and retrofitting buildings must comply with new flood regulations
Is the Problem of Homelessness Getting Better or Worse in NJ?
WHYY/NewsWorks | September 29, 2014 | Social
Thousands still live in shelters and motels – and on the streets – but whether there’s been improvement depends on which numbers are compared
Interactive Maps Offer Glimpse of NJ’s Future as World’s Climate Changes
WHYY/NewsWorks | September 5, 2014 | Energy & Environment, Sandy
Website created by Rutgers University team also depicts impact of storm surges and coastal flooding on people and infrastructure
Mother of Heroin Overdose Victim Spreads the Word About Life-Saving Drug
WHYY/NewsWorks | August 14, 2014 | Healthcare
Law makes it easier to get access to emergency doses of Narcan, but many people remain unaware of new NJ law
Ten Years Later, So Much Has Changed for Gay Americans – and for Jim McGreevey
WHYY/NewsWorks | August 13, 2014 | Politics, Social
Ex-governor talks about his career, his dramatic resignation in 2004 amid a scandal linked to his sexual orientation, and what his life is like today
When Chemical Tanker Train Derailed in Paulsboro, So Did Many Lives
WHYY/NewsWorks | August 11, 2014 | Energy & Environment
Toxic cloud of vinyl chloride, a known human carcinogen, has hundreds worried about long-term effects
NJ Slow to Respond With Plans to Deal with Threat Posed by Climate Change
WHYY/NewsWorks | August 5, 2014 | Sandy
Towns in areas threatened by prospect of rising sea levels go it alone, with help from nonprofit environmental groups
Can Atlantic City Beat the Odds and Reinvent Itself for the Future?
WHYY/NewsWorks | July 23, 2014 | More Issues
Pivotal year for legendary resort may end with only eight out of 12 casinos still in business
Residents of Tiny Community Ravaged by Hurricane Sandy Now Face Big Decision
WHYY/NewsWorks | July 9, 2014 | Sandy
State offers $10 million buyout of nearly four-dozen properties destroyed or severely damaged by superstorm
Impact of Train Wreck, Chemical Release Still Felt in South Jersey Town
WHYY/NewsWorks | August 15, 2013 | Energy & Environment
Hundreds of residents have lawsuits pending gainst Conrail amid questions about the risks of transporting hazardous materials by rail.
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