All the preparations for a winter storm had many people thinking about last year, when much of the region lost power for days. One grocery store chain has been thinking about it too.
Good idea: Using a generator to power a traffic signal in a town left powerless by the ice storm. Bad idea: Trying to steal that generator and attempting to cover up the crime.
New Jersey authorities say a civilian state police employee posed as an inspector to coerce two South Carolina men into giving her a generator they were selling in the days after Superstorm Sandy.
Have power problems from the recent storms made you consider buying a generator? You’re not alone. Most stores can’t keep them in stock, but how do you know what will keep your lights on and your food fresh? 3 on Your Side’s Jim Donovan breaks it down for you.
Downed trees still litter homes and properties in Whitehouse Station, located in Readington Township, Hunterdon County.
A Bucks County family was hospitalized after being sickened by fumes from a generator.
An elementary school in Mayfair was evacuated and dozens of students were taken to the hospital following a carbon monoxide leak on Tuesday morning.
Many South Jersey residents have faced widespread power outages over the past several days and with no end to the power problems in sight, some are bringing in a generator to power their fridge or their central air, but a local official has some advice on how to use them properly.
There may be no more irritating sound in the world than the rumbling of a neighbor’s generator when your power is out. But it is possible to make it more tolerable with a little generator etiquette.