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Every year we know that the seasons will change and football pundits will punt past their coverage. They frown over their notes, making Super Bowl predictions as colorful as the rainbow foliage surrounding most NFL stadiums in October.
Police say to keep an eye on your children and pets and secure all garbage cans.
Bears have moved into a neighborhood in Sussex County, New Jersey and it does not look like they plan on leaving any time soon.
A bear captured in Connecticut on Wednesday was not a local, WCBS 880’s Paul Murnane reported.
The shooting of a backyard bear in Windsor has renewed discussion of whether there should be a bear hunt in Connecticut.
Hunters killed 17 bears on Wednesday and 52 on Tuesday. That compares to 257 during the first day of the hunt on Monday.
The number of kills dropped sharply in the rain with hunters bagging 52 bruins on Tuesday. That’s down from 257 on the first day of the hunt Monday.
The state says it has to reduce the black bear population in because there are too many bear-human encounters. However, opponents argue it’s about trophies, rugs and politics.
A family of black bears — a mother and three cubs — seem to be regular customers at the Pomona restaurant on Route 202.
A shortage of acorns and nuts this year may force bears to find food in other places, such as your trash can.