Fishermen's Energy gets cold shoulder from state BPU, warm welcome from U.S. Department of Energy
Tests found toxins, including lead, in the soil beneath a Lambertville playground. Officials say remediation will take six months.
The Army Corps of Engineers plans to notch up jetties as part of a beach replenishment project, which recreational fishermen say will destroy conditions where ...
New report puts price tag of hundreds of millions of dollars on upgrading state's ailing, antique sewage systems
Study by group of scientists and other experts offers specific forecast of extreme weather’s impact on Northeast, rest of U.S.
Former New Jersey Pinelands Commissioner Leslie Ficcaglia says she has been replaced because she voted against a 22-mile natural gas pipeline.
After the New Jersey Turnpike Authority cut down trees to widen the Garden State Parkway, Brick residents say their quality of life has decreased dramatically.
Governor's budget plan calls for continued reallocation of environmental funds, but there's not much money left to divert
Twenty-county survey, completed in 2010, was only released recently, despite repeated calls to make data public
Another round of flooding hit several areas of New Jersey after heavy rain fell Thursday.