Two nor’easters combined to knockout power to more than half a million people across New Jersey in the space of a week. By midafternoon Monday, more than 4,000 customers remained disconnected ...
BPU may decide three-year-old rate case involving state's second-largest utility this week.
Flood warnings. Rivers and creeks on the rise with more heavy rain on the way. Racing to the finish with the men competing to be Newark’s next mayor. And under new ownership.
Over 100 responders participated in a disaster drill to for Category 4 hurricane.
The winter of our discontent. New Jersey gets iced over. Tens of thousands lose power. And another storm is on the way. Plus, big new plans from the embattled Port Authority. What does it mean for New ...
PSE&G, JCP&L and Atlantic City Electric customers were in the dark Wednesday as a winter storm dumped snow and ice on New Jersey.
The governor says there’s more work to be done. Sen. Buono tries to motivate her base. The crisis in Syria hits close to home. And defiant words from the mayor of Trenton.
JCP&L President James Fakult says the utility company has invested in its infrastructure and it's ready should another hurricane hit New Jersey.
After experiencing long power outages after Hurricane Sandy hit, some JCP&L customers say the company's communication must improve.
JCP&L first started using the aerial saws to help clean up after Superstorm Sandy. They have been so effective they are now part of the utility company's comprehensive vegetation management program.
Sen. Christopher Bateman (R-16) was one of the legislators behind the bill banning synthetic marijuana that Gov. Chris Christie signed into law last week. He is sponsoring another bill that would ...
New Jersey's utility companies and NJ Transit are closely tracking the winter storm that is expected to bring heavy rains and wind gusts of up to 60 miles per hour to the region.
New Jersey is facing the first major snowstorm of 2013 which will impact travel and possibly cause power outages across the state. Get the latest updates on Nemo, weather-related resources and ...
Sen. Kevin O’Toole (R-40), a vocal supporter of the governor, is not in the least surprised by Gov. Christie’s record poll numbers.
After Hurricane Sandy downed thousands of trees and left millions in the dark, some are suggesting more aggressive tree trimming to prevent future outages.