The mosquitoes are back in action in New Jersey, and to prevent potentially-fatal consequences, the state Departments of Health and Environmental Protection are offering a few tips to residents and businesses.
Toxic fumes in the air, mud on the ground, homes gutted and streets lined with garbage. Health officials are worried that both residents and volunteers are getting sick cleaning up from Superstorm Sandy.
A coalition of environmental groups are seeing red over Governor Chris Christie's veto of a bill that would ban the process of hydraulic fracking. They are no longer sitting still and are taking swift action.
It's considered the lowest recorded defoliation since the State Department of Agriculture's Gypsy Moth Suppression Program began in 1970. The statewide gypsy moth aerial survey showed 1,068 acres of trees in 21 municipalities in 10 counties received moderate to heavy damage this year.
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