Vineyards benefited from dry, hot weather this year, producing ideal growing conditions for NJ’s grapes.
Farmers in southern New Jersey say the push to buy local and fresh produce has kept their farms viable.
While the bear population in the state has dropped, there are more than 3,000 bears with sightings in all 21 counties.
The number of farms in Bergen County has declined in the last decade, but some are finding ways to stay open.
A year after Tropical Storm Irene caused heavy damage in New Jersey, officials are working to reduce the possibility of flooding and increase communication with residents.
Officials called for the re-authorization and full funding of the federal Beach Act, which would mandate quicker turnaround for water pollution test results.
Star-Ledger Video Journalist Andre Malok discusses his documentary "The Lost Valley: Rising Water, Sinking Hopes," about the Burlew family's experience after flooding from Tropical Storm Irene ...
Sen. Linda Greenstein is leading an effort to block a controversial waiver rule that would allow the state DEP to bypass any regulation on a case-by-case basis.
A state senator estimates it will cost about $100 million over the next 10 to 20 years to repair the 2,000 basins that are malfunctioning.
Organizers of the triathlon competition decided to allow the athletes to participate in the 2.4 mile swim in the Hudson River.
A superfund site attracted some of New Jersey’s biggest political names today, announcing progress at a site where residents have been dealing with a big and potentially deadly problem.
Vincent Maione, Region President, says that extreme weather has put stress on the system and that the South Jersey utility ranks fifth in the nation as far as customers connected to the solar system.
Work has begun on Spectra Energy's 20-mile natural gas pipeline that will wind through Bayonne, Jersey City and off shore Hoboken. Critics say this route is too close to highly populated areas.
A super cell likely ripped through the Freehold area Saturday night, leaving debris and power outages in its wake that caused officials to declare a state of emergency.
PSEG Chairman and CEO Ralph Izzo discusses the company's decision to stay in Newark, his confidence in the infrastructure, his support of Gov. Christie's veto for a cap and trade program and the ...