Water company Suez submitted a proposal in June for New York to buy up to 5 million gallons of water a day from New Jersey’s largest reservoir and send it to the Empire State. The current drought is ...
Roughly 8,000 New Jerseyans in the upper western corner of the state rely on Morris Lake for drinking water.
Saddle River residents voted to study the deer population and reduce it by non-lethal means.
The Stony Brook Millstone Watershed Association is using goats to clear out poison ivy on land meant to house an educational center for children. The animals eat the poison ivy, killing it over time.
According to a new study, NJ should implement steps toward low carbon transportation with electric vehicles.
The state's Department of Environmental Protection commissioner may up the drought watch to a warning.
Sandy victims exploded in anger towards Rep. Frank Pallone.
The U.S. Monitor declared the drought in Bergen County “severe” and “moderate” in the rest of northern New Jersey. The state DEP earlier this month expanded a drought watch to include all but ...
Kingsland Landfill vents flammable methane, which isn't visible during the day and birds fly through it and some die.
A cranberry packing house, along with a dozen other buildings and inactive cranberry bogs, are part of the Double Trouble Historic Village, in the Pine Barrens Double Trouble State Park.
To clean up a site along the Passaic River, the EPA secured a $165 million settlement with Occidental Chemical.
Summer’s dry conditions, mixed with the right amount of rainfall, created ideal growing conditions for pumpkins.
Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Bob Martin says the 14 mile-long beach replenishment project for northern Ocean County is expected to cost $150 million.
Hundreds of New Jersey towns have laws governing the removal of trees on private property, but they differ.
Gaston is churning up ocean waters and has led to rip current warnings at beaches along the Jersey Shore.