Microbeads used in personal care products pose environmental dangers since they pass through most water treatments.
The high cost of environmental remediation. The Assembly considers offshore energy sources. A rough winter for New Jersey commuters as possible fare hikes are on the table. And Mary Alice clowns ...
Exxon will reportedly have to pay $250 million to remediate environmental damage.
A new plan to curb costs of public workers’ health care. Erasing toxic mortgages erases urban blight. Who controls development in Liberty State Park? Don't text. Just drive.
Liberty State Park supporters say a new bill doesn't guarantee that the DEP will retain control of approving projects.
Under a bill awaiting Christie's signature, Liberty State Park could get a new commission but some do not agree.
Big names already on the Christie Presidential Prep team. Debate over who can prescribe psychotropic drugs. The postal service's on time delivery. This year it's on time. And in Cherry Hill ... Cash ...
NY/NJ Baykeeper Executive Director Debbie Mans says that public lacks the engagement and knowledge needed to better protect New Jersey's waterways.
Ten shootings. Three dead. A violent holiday in Newark. Five home invasions. Are victims targeted by race? Trains carry a viscous brew. And oh, Christmas tree! Jersey Fresh!
Members of the community say there isn't enough information available about trains carrying tar sand oil.
Standing ovations for New Jersey Senior Sen. Robert Menendez on Israel's right to defend itself. New Jersey Senate President Sweeney's trashing the Sandy money monitor report. And are we trashing ...
Sen. Bob Smith is sponsoring two bills to address New Jersey's stormwater and sewer problems.
Sen. Buono tries to lower the boom on a controversial ad campaign. Plus, new poll numbers giving good news to the Senate frontrunners. And we have an interview with the man who already has that job -- ...
The EPA announced a dredging project to remove contaminated sediment on a half mile stretch of the Passaic River that has high levels of PCBs, mercury and dioxin.
A 750-foot stretch of the Passaic River in Newark is less toxic than it was a year ago thanks to dioxin being removed.