NJTV News with Mike Schneider


NJ supply company owner admits lying to EPA

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — A co-owner of a New Jersey company supplying industrial pipes, valves and fittings has admitted to lying to U.S. Environmental Protection Agency officials during a debarment hearing. The Department of Justice says Victor Boski ...

Essex County Prepares for 38th Annual Cherry Blossom Festival

Essex County prepares for its annual Cherry Blossom Festival in Branch Brook Park, set to begin on April 5.

Shark River Dredging Project Worries Some Residents

Some who live near Shark River are worried about contaminated silt that would be dredged in a proposed project.

Competition Highlights Design Proposals to Prevent Future Storm Damage

Participants in the "Rebuild By Design" competition outlined their proposals to prevent damage from future storms like Hurricane Sandy.

Top toxic sites in Anadarko Petroleum settlement

Top toxic sites among thousands that are part of the $5.15 billion settlement with Anadarko Petroleum Corp. with approximate amount of funding for cleanup efforts and details about the sites, as provided by the Justice Department: —Henderson, Nev.: ...

Campaign Aims to Replace Trees Destroyed By Sandy

Municipalities have signed up for the New Jersey Community Tree Recovery Campaign, which will hand out tree seedlings to more than 100 communities.

Sussex County dairy spared from development

ANDOVER, N.J. (AP) — State officials have agreed to preserve a 260-acre former dairy farm in Sussex County from development. Some $5.8 million will be spent to spare the rolling hills and green fields of Francisco Farm in Andover that was targeted ...

Paulsboro Residents Worried About Safety of Tap Water

Residents of Paulsboro have filed a federal lawsuit against Solvay, claiming the company released chemicals affecting the tap water.

Penn Foundation to fund $35M in watershed grants

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The William Penn Foundation is funding $35 million of multi-year grants to protect and restore portions of the Delaware River watershed in Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, and Delaware. The grants will fund more than 40 ...

Democrat: NJ should return to carbon-curbing pact

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — State Senate President Stephen Sweeney is attempting to require New Jersey to re-enter a multistate carbon pollution reduction program through legislation. The Senate's Environment Committee will hear a bill on the Regional ...