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Editorial: Keep Highlands protections intact

Editorial: Keep Highlands protections intact

APP.COM - The Highlands Act, which went into effect in 2004, greatly restricts development across more than 800,000 North Jersey acres to protect [go to article]

DEP could go toe to toe with legislature over septic tanks in Highlands

DEP could go toe to toe with legislature over septic tanks in Highlands

TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT - The state Department of Environmental Protection may be heading toward another confrontation [go to article]

NJ has bobcats? Yep – and here’s a way to save them

JAMES O'NEILL / NORTHJERSEY.COM - When Jack Branagan left Bergen County in 1976 and built a log cabin in an undeveloped, forested [go to article]

Invisible ‘bird killer’ lurks in revitalized New Jersey Meadowlands

RICK ROJAS / NEW YORK TIMES - From some vantages along the rolling meadow, the gleaming Manhattan skyline can be seen clearly [go to article]

Officials say company is avoiding Passaic cleanup costs

Officials say company is avoiding Passaic cleanup costs

JAMES M. O'NEILL / NORTHJERSEY.COM - State legislators are calling on federal and state agencies to investigate whether Argentina’s state-run oil [go to article]

State, Audubon hoping to move forward with logging at Sparta Mountain

TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT - If the state approves a plan to clear up to 200 acres of trees at the Sparta Mountain [go to article]

Lawmakers: Argentine company is trying to get out of $1.38B Passaic River cleanup

Lawmakers: Argentine company is trying to get out of $1.38B Passaic River cleanup

SCOTT FALLON / NORTHJERSEY.COM - Argentina’s state-run oil company is trying to avoid paying a substantial portion [go to article]

The Ramapoughs vs. the World

NOAH REMNICK / NEW YORK TIMES - The phone rang in his study and Dwaine Perry answered with the weary resignation [go to article]

How bad is pharmaceutical pollution in the Hudson?

SCOTT FALLON / NORTHJERSEY.COM - Scientists are taking samples of the Hudson River this month in an ambitious plan to measure how much [go to article]

State releases bobcat into Wawayanda in West Milford

RICHARD COWEN / NORTHJERSEY.COM - A bobcat whose hind leg was crushed by a car in November made a mad dash for freedom [go to article]

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