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Colder Weather Prompts Stove/Fireplace Warning

The Christie Administration is offering some safety tips for New Jersey residents who, due to the colder temperatures, are increasing their use of woodstoves and fireplaces.

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Trout Season Starts This Weekend

More than 100,000 anglers statewide are expected to participate in this year's trout season, which officially begins 8 a.m. Saturday.

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Some Barnegat Bay Shellfish Beds Reopened

Some shellfish beds in Barnegat Bay are open once again.

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NJ Announces Fed Money For Three Sandy Projects

New Jersey officials say government entities in the state have been approved for $14.2 million in federal money for three major repairs related to Superstorm Sandy.

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DEP Says Towns Are Free To Extend Hunting Safety Zone [AUDIO]

After nearby gunshots caused commotion at the Griebling School in Howell Township, parents from the school were outraged hunters were allowed so close to the building.

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Groups Sue Over NJ Beach Access Guidelines

Environmental groups have sued the state over new beach and river access rules.

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NJ’s Controversial Black Bear Hunt Starts Today [AUDIO]

The initial results of a five-year Comprehensive Black Bear Management Policy (CBBMP) initiated by the Department of Environmental Protection in 2010, offering a mix of education, research and trash management, combined with an annual bear hunt, shows a reduction in the number of black bears living in "bear country'' in Northern New Jersey and a major decline in bear-human incidents, Commissioner Bob Martin announced.

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Storm Could Have Long Term Impact On Barnegat Bay [AUDIO]

We see the devastating impact that Super Storm Sandy had on many Garden State residents, but how did it affect the Barnegat Bay?

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Barnegat Bay Blitz Kicks Off Thursday [AUDIO]

Thousands of volunteers will be donning their gloves and picking up trash along the shore this Thursday in the third installment of the Department of Environmental Protection's Barnegat Bay Blitz.

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NJ Moves Forward With New Beach Access Rules

State officials are moving forward with new beach access rules.

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