Environment New Jersey

Sunbathers enjoy the cool waters of the Atlantic Ocean in Bradley Beach, New Jesrey. (Photo by William Thomas Cain/Getty Images)

New Jersey Beaches Get High Marks For Minimal Sewage Runoff

While most beachgoers know to get out of the water when a thunderstorm’s coming, not everyone knows that after it rains is the worst time to go swimming.

06/30/2011

Map Of New Jersey (AP)

Report: Development Killing NJ Waterways

Rapid development is killing New Jersey’s waterways by dumping tons of fertilizer, pesticides and other pollutants into rivers, bays and the Atlantic Ocean, according to a report released Wednesday by the state’s leading environmental groups.

12/08/2010