The New Jersey Office of the Attorney General filed a six-count suit against ExxonMobil for contamination found in its Lail property in Gloucester County. This is the fifth natural resource damages ...
An EPA plan to regulate toxic PFAS in drinking water has sparked criticism from Jersey officials, but some say New Jersey could be doing more to regulate the chemicals on the state level.
You can kill the lights and watch the thermostat, but the committee drafting New Jersey’s new energy master plan wants big ideas about cutting energy consumption and saving money.
Environmentalists and political leaders sounded off against the Trump administration's decision to move forward with offshore drilling plans on the eastern seaboard.
Environmentalists see the new EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt as a wrecking ball.
What impact will President trump's Chief enforcer of environmental law have on New Jersey? Health officials are distributing potassium iodide pills. How are nuclear plant neighbors reacting to routine ...
Thousands of old gas stations have oil tanks still in the ground.
Seeping toxins contaminating the Garden State are not just beneath industrial sites, but in backyards and waterways. What's the impact and who's responsible for cleaning it up? We're investigating ...
With sights on a gun bill lawmakers will try for the 53rd time to override a Christie veto. This time over a law aimed at keeping guns out of the hands of people with a history of mental illness. With ...
The Mercer Generating Station kills more than 70 million different fish and fish larvae each year.
The full scope of Exxon contamination. A change to Greek life. Rutgers bans on-campus parties. Shopping for property tax credits in Ocean. And Princeton hosts a superstar.
The settlement waives Exxon's responsibility for pollution from leaks and spills at hundreds of gas stations in NJ.
Ebola screenings at Newark Liberty. Expanding capacity at Port Newark. Our top threats: Homeland Security IDs them. Bet on sports betting. Protesting the Pinelands pipeline.
Members of the Senate Judiciary Committee discussed two nominations for the Pinelands Commission.
Giving students without access to the world. Helping civil servants live where they work. Saving the NAACP's roots from the wrecking ball. And fall on the farm.