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Just 10 percent of Calif. car chargers delivered

11-21-13
LOS ANGELES (AP) — A New Jersey energy company required by an unusual legal settlement to build an extensive network of electric car chargers throughout California has delivered just 10 percent of what it promised in the first year. The settlement ...
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State Climatologist Says Drought Is Spreading

11-18-13
State Climatologist David Robinson said that the drought is spreading in New Jersey and officials are right at the cusp of putting the drought warning out through the entire state.

New Brunswick Water Department criticized

11-15-13
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey's Environmental Protection Department claims the New Brunswick Water Department and its now-suspended operator repeatedly filed false water quality reports. The DEP says there's no direct evidence that public health ...

NJ biologists remove arrow from deer’s head

11-10-13
ROCKAWAY TOWNSHIP, N.J. (AP) — Wildlife officials have removed an arrow from a young deer's head and released the animal back into the New Jersey woods. The arrow that had completely pierced the 5-month-old male deer's head was removed Saturday by ...
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Beach Replenishment Project Restores Sand Washed Away By Sandy

11-8-13
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is conducting a beach replenishment project from Manasquan to Belmar to replace millions of cubic feet of sand.
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Visitors to Cattus Island County Park Take in Fall Foliage

11-7-13
Orange, red and yellow leaves take center stage at Cattus Island County Park each autumn, attracting many visitors.

Firefighters contain Long Branch fire

11-7-13
LONG BRANCH, N.J. (AP) — Officials are hoping rain will help extinguish a stubborn fire at the Long Branch Recycling Facility. Firefighters contained the four-alarm blaze in a 150-foot-by-75-foot pile of brush on Wednesday. But it continued to ...
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Businesses Still Hurting a Year After Hurricane Sandy

10-28-13
Some who saw their businesses destroyed last year during Hurricane Sandy are still struggling to get back to normal.
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Ellis Island Reopens Nearly a Year After Sandy

10-28-13
Tourists were able to visit Ellis Island for the first time in almost a year since flood waters from Hurricane Sandy heavily damaged the area.
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Oceanville Wildlife Refuge to Get Sandy Relief Money

10-24-13
The U.S. Secretary of the Interior and congressional leaders announced that $162 million of the Hurricane Sandy relief package will be used for 45 restoration projects along the East Coast, including one at an Oceanville wildlife refuge.