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Pollution police on patrol in North Jersey waters

JAMES M. O'NEILL / NORTHJERSEY.COM - When an alarming chemical odor was detected near a drinking water intake pipe on the Passaic River [go to article]

Editorial: Birds – American Dream’s latest challenge

NORTHJERSEY.COM - We have long supported the proposed American Dream development, because we believe it could bring thousands of good jobs and economic activity [go to article]

Building a giant bird-killer in the Meadowlands?

SCOTT FALLON / NORTHJERSEY.COM - When the owners of American Dream unveiled their latest renderings of the Meadowlands mall and entertainment complex [go to article]

Plan to pipe 400K barrels of oil through N.J. Highlands hits big setback

Plan to pipe 400K barrels of oil through N.J. Highlands hits big setback

FAUSTO GIOVANNY PINTO / NJ.COM - A controversial proposal to pipe 400,000 barrels across protected watersheds in North Jersey every day suffered [go to article]

Pilgrim could be N.J.’s oil pipeline to nowhere

Pilgrim could be N.J.’s oil pipeline to nowhere

SCOTT FALLON / NORTHJERSEY.COM - The proposed 178-mile oil pipeline between New Jersey and New York may [go to article]

Arsenic, lead levels could crush property values in N.J. town, suit says

CRAIG MCCARTHY / NJ.COM - It's been five years since the owners of the U.S. Metals Refining Company agreed to test the dirt around its former [go to article]

A common cause; from Standing Rock to Sweet Water, New Jersey’s Pilgrim Pipeline

DANA DIFILIPPO / WHYY NEWSWORKS - It seems like a scene plucked right out of a Louis L’Amour novel [go to article]

Solar project on West Milford farm concerns nonprofit

DAVID M. ZIMMER / NORTHJERSEY.COM - There may be big revenue potential for a solar farm on Lincoln Avenue’s Wallisch property, but the [go to article]

Concerns over oil pipeline persist amid lack of plans

Concerns over oil pipeline persist amid lack of plans

SCOTT FALLON / NORTHJERSEY.COM - Plans for an oil pipeline that would pump millions of gallons daily between Albany, N.Y., and Linden have still [go to article]

The vertical farm

IAN FRAZIER / THE NEW YORKER - No. 212 Rome Street, in Newark, New Jersey, used to be the address of Grammer, Dempsey & Hudson [go to article]

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