Many people don’t associate fishing with Philadelphia, but a local man shares his love for the sport on his blog with information, tips and photos of the fish he catches locally.
The Villanova Urban Stormwater Partnership is working to address excessive rain water and the flooding it can cause, especially in the city.
The state Board of Public Utilities approved two changes to South Jersey Gas’s plan for a 22 mile pipeline from Maurice River Township down to Beesley’s Point.
State agriculture officials say a recently conducted aerial survey of New Jersey showed a major increase in tree damage from gypsy moth caterpillars.
OSHA, the Occupational and Safety Administration, says dozens of outdoor workers die each year because of heat related illnesses, and thousands more become sick.
The Christie Administration has threatened for months to take shore homeowners to court if they did not grant easements for formation of a statewide network of dunes to protect against the next major storm.
The study is the latest in a flurry of studies that show a link between gas drilling and health problems.
The campaign’s Rebecca Laden says our national parks should be protecting our natural resource, water, by discouraging plastic bottles.
The effort gives community groups an opportunity to raise money while cleaning up their neighborhoods.
The animal was destroyed and a woman exposed to it is getting shots as a precaution.
Olaf Jensen, a Rutgers University biologist, is studying how and why some breeds of fish can convert from female to male. And, sometimes, back again.
Rowan University is taking a major step toward establishing itself as a technology hub for South Jersey, taking problem-solving to a new level.
This beetle, the emerald ash borer, is the size of a penny. It’s small, but it’s a killer of ash trees.
Dredging work should resume later this month at a beach replenishment project in southern New Jersey.
New Jersey Department of Agriculture officials reported Monday that the emerald ash borer (EAB), an invasive beetle that attacks and kills ash trees, is active in five towns in three counties.