With the economic downturn, the number of horses needing shelters has increased as donations to the organizations decrease.
NJ Rate Counsel seeks to resolve 3-year-old petition targeting utility’s excessive profits, lack of investment in infrastructure
New Jersey ranks sixth in the nation for blueberry production. It produced 50.2 million pounds of blueberries in 2013, valued at $56.8 million.
Legislation passed in 2012 has done its job, review says, guiding once-volatile sector to stability
More than 100 communities across state are home to at least one nest -- including Jersey City
Low-interest loans could help keep power on at critical facilities even if power grid is knocked out of service
Mid-Atlantic Solar Energy Industries Association President Dennis Wilson says the solar sector is growing in New Jersey but is growing more on the residential side ...
Coal-burning facility, sometimes cited as dirtiest in NJ, has two more years -- possibly to convert to natural gas
Goal is to learn how workplace charging will affect load on power grid
Sen. Bob Smith is sponsoring two bills to address New Jersey's stormwater and sewer problems.