Here are the top New Jersey news stories for Tuesday:

⬛ NJ water companies monitor 8,000-gallon chemical spill in Pa.
New Jersey American Water and Trenton Water Works said testing of its water from the Delaware River following a chemical spill from a Bucks County chemical facility shows no impact to quality.

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⬛ NJ fraud alert: Change-of-address scams more common in NJ
A New Jersey Congressman is demanding the U.S. Postal Service immediately address the problem and stop thieves from easily stealing sensitive information in your mail

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⬛ New Jersey beach town tightens rules on what's allowed on beach
Summer is right around the corner at the Jersey Shore and before you make your beach plans, there's a few new rules to follow in 2023.

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⬛ NJ allowing electronic display of vehicle registration
There's now one less piece of paper to search for when a police officer pulls you over.

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⬛ Emaciated whale washes up on Ocean City, NJ beach
Marine Mammal Stranding Center executive director Sheila Dean said the 9-foot pygmy whale had been dead "for a long time" and was barely recognizable.

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