NJ Officials: 1 Fire Accidental, 1 Intentional In Ocean CountyThe fires, which were two of four that broke out in South Jersey last week, burned more than 500 acres of forest.
Forest Fire At Wharton State Park Now Fully ContainedAnother forest fire broke out Sunday morning at Wharton State Park.
Rainy Weather, Calmer Winds Help Crews Make Progress Against Forest Fires Burning Across NJShortly after firefighting crews gained control over four blazes burning in central and southern New Jersey, a new fire broke out Friday.
Crews Make Progress On Woodlands Fire In Cumberland CountyNew Jersey forestry fire officials are monitoring a forest fire in a remote section of the Edward Bevan Wildlife and Fishing area in rural Cumberland County.
Firefighters Battle Large Forest Fire In Cumberland CountyThe fire broke out around 3 p.m. on Wednesday just off Ackley Road in Downe Township.
New Jersey Eyes Controlled Burns To Fight Forest FiresNew Jersey is on the verge of approving more controlled burns of underbrush on forest floors.
Forest Fire Contained In Southern New Jersey; May Be ArsonCrews have contained a forest fire in a remote section of southern New Jersey's Hamilton Township, west of Atlantic City.
Forest Fire Burning In Southern New JerseyCrews are battling a forest fire in a remote section of southern New Jersey’s Hamilton Township, west of Atlantic City.
DEP: Fire In Wharton State Forest Is contained A forest fire that has consumed more than 200 acres in southern New Jersey has been contained.
Camden County Forest Fire Continues To BurnCrews have contained about half of a 200-plus acre fire that continues to burn deep in the Wharton State Forest in South Jersey.
Camden County Forest Fire Under InvestigationA forest fire in Camden County is under investigation Thursday evening.
Officials: Crews Continue To Battle South Jersey Forest Fires, No Threat To HomesSmoke continues to billow in the air over Barnegat Township where a wildfire near Barnegat Blvd gets doused with water from helicopters. Officials say it is no longer a threat to homes