Lt. Joseph Geleta of the New Jersey Office of Emergency Management says officials are working together to prepare for Hurricane Sandy's effects on the state.
Assemblyman John Wisniewski says many residents will likely be preparing for flooding this weekend ahead of the arrival of Hurricane Sandy. He also discusses subpoenas to Port Authority officials to ...
It's been almost a year since a surprise October storm hit New Jersey on October 29, 2011, leaving thousands of New Jerseyans without power. Ralph Izzo, Chairman & CEO of PSEG, sat down with NJ ...
New Jersey has now reached a milestone in preserving 200,000 acres of farmland.
Monarch butterflies gather at Cape May Point before continuing their 2,000 mile migration south to Mexico.
After last year's weather caused weak pumpkin crops, farmers got a boost from Mother Nature this year and are expecting high fall business with good pumpkin crops.
A cleanup and demolition of a contaminated site on Clark Street in Garfield will begin Oct. 8.
Since fungus wiped out the American chestnut tree decades ago, ecologists are working to restore the species in New Jersey and ultimately the eastern forests.
A 750-foot stretch of the Passaic River in Newark is less toxic than it was a year ago thanks to dioxin being removed.
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.