Because of an especially long and cold winter, plants are pollinating at once, generating more pollen than usual.
Earth Day is April 22 this year and there are many events throughout the state to celebrate.
After a warm spring weekend, a late frost covered newly planted pansies, green grass and rhododendrons.
Political leaders and environmentalists gathered to announce largest EPA cleanup.
John McDonough has agreed to allow the Army Corps to do a beach replenishment project on his properties.
Despite some local laws limiting or prohibiting the practice of keeping chickens on residential property, many in New Jersey have started raising the birds for eggs.
Second Chance Toys and 1-800-Got-Junk will be holding a toy drive April 12-13 to deliver items to needy children and keep working toys out of landfills.
The Assembly has passed a bill banning smoking on all New Jersey beaches, boardwalks and state parks.
Barnegat Bay generates as much as $6 billion per year for NJ in activities such as fishing, crabbing and boating.
Essex County prepares for its annual Cherry Blossom Festival in Branch Brook Park, set to begin on April 5.
Some who live near Shark River are worried about contaminated silt that would be dredged in a proposed project.
Participants in the "Rebuild By Design" competition outlined their proposals to prevent damage from future storms.
Municipalities have signed up for the NJ Community Tree Recovery Campaign, which will hand out tree seedlings.
Paulsboro residents filed a federal lawsuit against Solvay, claiming they released chemicals affecting tap water.
Congressman Rush Holt is calling for the Delaware River Basin Committee to ban fracking.