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MIDDLETOWN, N.J. (AP) — With New Jersey’s commercial fishing industry about to receive a second round of federal coronavirus aid, boat owners and those who run fishing-related businesses say the extra money is helping keep them afloat amid a sea of red ink.
Anyone who believes in science knows by now that America has been a global villain when it comes to climate change, even before President Trump arrived and turned up the heat.
The most powerful New Jerseyan in Congress is spearheading a sweeping plan to fight climate change and lay a foundation for a cleaner economy in America.
Oil rigs off the Jersey Shore became increasingly unlikely Wednesday when President Joe Biden announced a pause in new oil and gas drilling as part of his efforts to combat climate change.
Nearly a year after being approved by federal lawmakers, financial relief is being handed out to New Jersey’s battered fishing industry.
Months after the pandemic rocked New Jersey’s fishing industry, millions of dollars in federal
The postmaster general's plan to restructure the U.S. Postal Service three months before the election amounts to a "sabotage" that is an attack on democracy, Rep. Frank Pallone said Tuesday.
In advance of an election in which the coronavirus pandemic will be a major campaign issue, New Jersey Rep. Frank Pallone Jr.
Sayreville and Old Bridge marina owners’ tireless efforts to have Cheesquake Creek dredged are finally paying off.
U.S. Rep. Frank Pallone, Jr. (D-6th) announced the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers awarded a contract for the dredging, which is expected to begin as early as August and take one month to complete.