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Racoon with its head stuck in a jar in Greenwich
Racoon with its head stuck in a jar in Greenwich (Atlantic City Electric)
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Aww … Raccoon gets a little help from a South Jersey utility crew

Atlantic City Electric was notified by residents who spotted the raccoon at the top of a utility pole.

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People on the beach on Wednesday in Belmar (Bud McCormick)
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Under sun and warm temperatures, NJ preps for snow

Heavy snow could easily bring down power lines during the morning commute on Thursday.

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Thousands without power, but nor’easter’s impacts just beginning

New Jersey's utilities have extra linesman and tree clearing crews ready to go if the nor'easter's gusty winds bring down trees and wires.

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NJ sends help down south for Hurricane Matthew cleanup

Residents from all over New Jersey are in the South ready to help with recovery from Hurricane Matthew.

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An Atlantic City Electric crew works on replacing utility poles in South Jersey.
An Atlantic City Electric crew works on replacing utility poles in South Jersey. (ACE)
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Christie, power company under fire following major outages

Southern New Jersey is still recovering from a fast-moving storm with brutal winds that ravaged the area on June 23 and left 280,000 people without power. Residents and lawmakers have been extremely critical of Atlantic City Electric and at least one mayor blasted Gov. Chris Christie for a perceived lack of response.

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Damage from Tuesday's storm as an Atlantic City Electric crew makes repairs
Damage from Tuesday's storm as an Atlantic City Electric crew makes repairs (ACE)
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BPU to investigate response as power fully restored to 280,000 Atlantic City Electric customers

The state Board of Public Utilities will review Atlantic City Electric's response to  a powerful storm that knocked out power to thousands of New Jersey homes and businesses according to the Press of Atlantic City.

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Michael Blann, Getty Images
Michael Blann, Getty Images
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Scam Targeting South Jersey Residents

Atlantic City Electric, which delivers power to nearly 550,000 homes and businesses in south Jersey, has been alerted of a "Green Dot" scam targeting their customers.

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Storm Knocks Out Power to 31,000 in NJ

Nearly 31,000 New Jersey homes and businesses are without power due to the late-winter storm descending on the state.

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Tammy Bryngelson, Getty Images
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Power Outages Kept Low in NJ

Widespread power outages predicted in the wake of Friday's nor'easter have not materialized in New Jersey.

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Power Being Restored to Wind-Affected NJ Customers

Crews are working to restore electricity to homes and businesses in New Jersey after a cold front battered the state with powerful wind gusts overnight.

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