Atlantic County Beaches Reopen After Being Closed Due To High Bacteria LevelsOfficials blame heavy rain for causing bacteria and pollution to reach the ocean.
Judge Halts Sunoco Pipeline Construction Across PennsylvaniaJudge Bernard Labuskes Jr. granted the stoppage of the Mariner East 2 pipeline on Tuesday.
Officials: 3,500-Acre Forest Fire Fully Contained In New JerseyA fire in a remote part of New Jersey's Wharton State Forest continues to burn, but officials say it is now fully contained.
Sunoco Halts Operations Of Pipeline In Certain AreasThe Department of Environmental Protection is investigating the incidents.
Sunoco Pipeline Crews Dealing With 2 Incidents Over Span Of 3 DaysA water surge and a drilling mishap both happened during work on the Sunoco Mariner 2 pipeline in Middletown Township.
Sunoco Working To Contain Spill Linked To PipelineTwo new problems have cropped up -- this time, in part of Media, Delaware County. 
City Campaign Looks To Make Recycling More EfficientThe city says they are trying to clear things up but its education campaign sometimes makes things murkier.
Iceberg Weighing More Than 1 Trillion Tons Breaks Away From AntarcticaScientists believe the iceberg has a volume twice that of Lake Erie in North America and is more than three times the size of the greater London area.
Study: Climate Change Could Have Significant Effect On CoffeeThe study was published in Nature Plants.
Restrictions At Creek Could Be Lifted Following Sewage SpillDepartment of Environmental Protection and Camden County's Health Department are keeping an eye on Big Timber Creek in Gloucester Township.
Ship Featured In 'The Perfect Storm' To Become Part Of Artificial ReefOnce the craft settles on the ocean floor some 33 nautical miles off Cape May, it will give fish a fresh place to call home.
'Unusual Mortality Event' Happening With Humpback WhalesA spike in humpback whale deaths has a federal agency sounding the alarm.

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