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Lambertville Playground Closed Because of Contaminated Soil

5-7-14
Tests found toxins, including lead, in the soil beneath a Lambertville playground. Officials say remediation will take six months.
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Recreational Fishermen Worry Beach Replenishment Will Ruin Fishing Conditions

5-7-14
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 they currently fish.

US funds China-backed windmills NJ rejected twice

5-7-14
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — The U.S. Department of Energy has promised up to $47 million to a Chinese-backed windmill project that has already been rejected twice by New Jersey regulators. Fishermen's Energy says it hopes the federal funds will ...

UMaine-led offshore wind project loses key grant

5-7-14
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — A University of Maine-led offshore wind pilot project has failed to a win a key $47 million grant from the federal government. The Department of Energy said Wednesday that the Maine Aqua Ventus project was selected as an ...
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Former NJ Pinelands Commissioner Claims Politics Led to Her Replacement

5-6-14
Former New Jersey Pinelands Commissioner Leslie Ficcaglia says she has been replaced because she voted against a 22-mile natural gas pipeline.

New Jersey fire siren silenced by osprey nest

5-6-14
SPRING LAKE, N.J. (AP) — A pair of ospreys has quieted a fire alarm in one New Jersey shore town. The raptors have built a nest inside the Spring Lake Fire Department siren. By law, the nest can't be disturbed, and that's ruffled some feathers. ...
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Brick Residents Say Parkway Project Has Brought Deafening Noise, More Fumes

5-5-14
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.

Sandy-damaged town halls: fix or rebuild?

5-5-14
MANTOLOKING, N.J. (AP) — Officials in New Jersey towns hit hard by Superstorm Sandy are facing many of the same questions their residents are grappling with when it comes to municipal buildings damaged in the storm. Can the town halls be fixed, or ...
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Residents in Flood-Prone Areas Frustrated After Latest Storm

5-2-14
Another round of flooding hit several areas of New Jersey after heavy rain fell Thursday.

Arrow removed from bear in New Jersey

5-2-14
MINE HILL, N.J. (AP) — A New Jersey veterinarian has removed an arrow from the face of a black bear. The bruin carried the projectile for six months and managed to survive the winter. The arrow was wedged from the top of the bear's nose, through ...