Twelve unregistered, home improvement contractors are facing a variety of charges following an undercover sting operation by the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs - at a home along the Passaic River in Lyndhurst that was severely flooded after hurricane Irene.
Excessive rain could pose a significant threat for several annual crops in New Jersey, but not Christmas trees. In fact, the supply this year may be the largest New Jersey has experienced in the past few seasons.
In the coming weeks the Jersey Assembly is expected to pass legislation that's designed to improve evacuation plans up and down the Jersey shore in the event of a catastrophic event or natural disaster, such as a hurricane or nor'easter...
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