The Water Quality Accountability Act requires the state's roughly 300 water systems to have an asset management plan in place by April.
Lots of people spent the morning soaking up rays in Asbury Park, one of 216 New Jersey beaches open for business heading into the Memorial Day weekend.
Environmentalists argue the $225 million settlement amounts to pennies on the dollar compared to what the state should receive.
Ninety percent of beach projects rely on federal money. Shore businesses are responsible for half of New Jersey's tourism dollars, which amounts to $20 billion.
Trump's proposed budget gets put to the test. Calculating the cost to New Jersey of cuts to programs for the working poor. Closing the wage gap for women. Lawmakers try to bar employers from asking ...
In the pennies on the dollar Exxon deal the judge calls it reasonable. Critics threaten to appeal, concerned not enough money will actually be spent to restore contaminated natural resources. Rutgers ...
After 11 years, A judge ruled that the $225 millions dollar Exxon settlement is fair.
Pinelands Preservation Alliance Executive Director Carleton Montgomery says illegal dumping in the Pinelands impacts wildlife and as well as responsible visitors looking to enjoy the public lands.
A full dress funeral. A young police officer is laid to rest. New body armor accessory for cops: body cameras. The "Raise the Roadway" Bayonne Bridge redo is raising hackles.
Rep. Pallone says BPU needs to look at the offshore wind farm proposals over the long term.
A blockbuster tax break on the chance a company will create jobs in Camden. Hoboken's antique gas mains get replaced by flood-resistant plastic. And the crisis of immigrant children. A Guatemalan teen ...
NJ Keep It Green Chairman Tom Gilbert says that some historical sites have been preserved over the years but many others still need work.
Members of the New Jersey Work Environment Council released a report entitled "Failure to Act," which finds state jobs and residents are at risk from toxic chemical disasters. But the NJ DEP says ...
It’s Christie versus the Supremes in a battle over affordable housing. Plus, disturbing news about a near-disaster. And a surprising compliment for the Newark Police Department from the ACLU.
About 3,000 homes are scheduled to be demolished through FEMA's private property debris removal program.