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Phoenix Park to Take Place of Brownfield in Camden

8-7-14
In Camden, Phoenix Park is taking over a brownfield -- the former American Minerals industrial site, which was contaminated with radium and thorium.
140807Wanko

A Visit to Cape May Lighthouse on National Lighthouse Day

8-7-14
This National Lighthouse Day, we visited the historic Cape May Lighthouse, which stands nearly 160 feet tall and was first lit in 1859.

NRG to close Illinois coal plant in clean-air move

8-7-14
CHICAGO (AP) — An energy company has announced plans to close one Illinois coal-fired generating unit in Romeoville and convert a facility in Joliet to natural gas to reduce carbon dioxide emissions. The company says the move will eliminate 250 ...

Forecasters expect slower Atlantic storm season

8-7-14
MIAMI (AP) — Federal forecasters say the Atlantic hurricane season will be even quieter than predicted, thanks to atmospheric and oceanic conditions suppressing storm formation. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration still expects ...
140805Oil

NJDEP Offers Grants to Help Pay for Removal of Leaking Oil Tanks

8-5-14
New Jersey homeowners may be able to apply for a Department of Environmental Protection grant to pay for the removal of leaking underground oil tanks, but wait times are long.
140805Pets

NJ Animal Shelters Struggle to Meet Demand

8-5-14
Animal shelters in New Jersey are finding the needs of animals is outpacing their financial means.

Bird migration delays drone tests in south Jersey

8-5-14
CAPE MAY, N.J. (AP) — Drone test flights in southern New Jersey are delayed in order to shield protected migratory birds. The New Jersey Institute of Technology was set to begin testing drones at the U.S. Coast Guard Training Center in Cape May in ...
140804Train

Paulsboro Residents Concerned About Health Following Derailment

8-4-14
Those living in Paulsboro say they're worried about their health since the cancer-causing gas vinyl chloride was released into the air after a train derailment in 2012.
140804Wanko

Fishing Industry Vital to NJ Economy

8-4-14
The Secretary of Agriculture says commercial fisheries in New Jersey caught 180.5 million pounds of fish valued at over $187.7 million.

New Jersey flights check for pollution at shore

8-3-14
OVER THE JERSEY SHORE (AP) — New Jersey environmental officials are alone this summer in checking for pollution from high above the state's shore. The federal Environmental Protection Agency ended its coastal pollution-monitoring flights this year ...