The state DEP is coy about plans for marina expansion on the south side of Liberty State Park.
The company that bought an NJ polluter went into bankruptcy and backed away from cleanup.
The Passaic River's poisoned. Could the guilty corporations be using federal bankruptcy laws to get out of paying for the cleanup? With anti-pollution regulations under review, a review of how climate ...
NJDEP is sending money from pollution settlements to build up the waterfront near Lower Passaic River and Newark Bay.
A holiday rush to pass measures on salary hikes and outside income for the state's top tier. Could one of them torpedo your newspaper? A push to resist immigration enforcement tactics that allow local ...
Companies will pay $1.4 billion to clean up toxic waste they dumped in the Passaic River.
It's one of the costliest Superfund cleanups in history. Polluters must pay more than $1 billion to dredge the Passaic River mud poisoned by mercury, PCBs and Agent Orange. NJ Transit had a 20 percent ...
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.
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.
A raucous rally over taxi competition. A roadblock for the Transportation Trust Fund. Scanning social media for test cheats. Deconstructing the Exxon settlement.
The Assembly Judiciary Committee held a hearing on the Exxon settlement.
Christie's town hall tour hits Somerville while the public gets an earful on the budget. Measuring student progress, not teacher performance? Microbeads: Smoothing your skin but poisoning the planet?
Microbeads used in personal care products pose environmental dangers since they pass through most water treatments.