NJ Transit Riders Complain Of Funky Smell On Rail Cars

A funky smell is not growing on some New Jersey Transit train passengers.


Gail Lynch-Bailey, of Middle Island Civic Associatin, points to growing mulch mountain that residents say is stinking up the neighborhood. (Credit: Mona Rivera/1010 WINS)

LI Residents, Officials Fed Up With Mulch Pile, Call For Regulations

Middle Island residents are fed up with a giant pile of mulch that they say is stinking up the neighborhood.


A mountain of mulch is seen in Middle Island, New York. (credit: CBS2)

Middle Island Residents: Mulch Mountain Has Become A Stinking Nightmare

A Long Island community’s fight against a smelly neighbor is proving to be an uphill battle — a hill that has become a mountain.


Neighbors say JR Landscaping in Jackson, NJ is creating an unbearable stench. (Credit: CBS2)

New Jersey Neighborhood Raises A Stink Over Nauseating Stench

A neighborhood in New Jersey, is fighting a landscaping company over stinky mulch. Neighbors have been battling the issue since 2011.


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How To Recycle Your Christmas Tree

Once the holiday season is over, learn how to dispose of your Christmas tree in the most eco-friendly way possible.


This large mountain of mulch sits behind homes in Middle Island, on Long Island. (credit: CBS 2)

Long Island Residents Raise Stink About Mulch Mound

Some Long Island residents say they’ve been dealing with a growing mountain of mulch behind their homes — and it’s stinking up the neighborhood and creating a fire hazard.



Leave The Leaves: Westchester Officials Tout Mulching Over Raking And Bagging

County leaders are touting a program that they say would not only save homeowners time but also save the county money without the leaves ever leaving your property.


FILE - New York Department of Parks and Recreation workers load Christmas trees into a mulch machine in New York City.  (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)

New Yorkers Bring Christmas Trees To Recycle At MulchFest

New York City residents were set to recycle thousands of old Christmas trees this weekend, during the 17th annual MulchFest at sites in all five boroughs.