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Hurricane Irene coming to New Jersey with a category 2 storm

Hurricane Irene coming to New Jersey with a category 2 storm

Would bring heavy rain and high surf

BY TOM HESTER SR.
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

The latest forecast from the National Hurricane Center is predicting Hurricane Irene will be a Category 2 storm when it passes New Jersey 100 miles offshore on Sunday.

Irene was a Category 3—sustained winds of 111 to 130 mph—hurricane when it passed north of Cuba on Wednesday morning. The Hurricane Center predicts a track that will take the storm over the Bahamas on Wednesday night and reach the North Carolina coast Saturday afternoon or evening.

 

Steve Jobs’ health brings end to an era at Apple

Steve Jobs’ health brings end to an era at Apple
BY BOB HOLT
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

Steve Jobs stunned the technology world Wednesday by officially stepping down as Chief Executive Officer of Apple, and turning it over to chief operating officer Tim Co...

Christie to support 5-year ban on fracking in New Jersey

Christie to support 5-year ban on fracking in New Jersey

Environmentalists want total ban on the controversial gas drilling method

BY TOM HESTER SR.
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

Gov. Chris Christie on Thursday is expected to conditionally veto legislation that would ...

Hurricane Irene's fury to hit New Jersey

Hurricane Irene's fury to hit New Jersey
BY ALICIA CRUZ
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

While Hurricane Irene's path remains uncertain on Wednesday, the state Office of Emergency Management has advised New Jersey residents to prepare—top off your gas ta...

N.J. DEP seeking more college-educated AmeriCorps Watershed Ambassadors

N.J. DEP seeking more college-educated AmeriCorps Watershed Ambassadors
BY ABBIE TANG-SMITH

Etan Hindin was seeking a job last year after completing his college studies abroad when he came across information about the state Department of Environmental Protection's AmeriCor...

State wildlife experts fear virus killing deer in New Jersey

State wildlife experts fear virus killing deer in New Jersey

They stress it cannot be transmitted to people

The state Division of Fish and Wildlife is seeking the help of the public in the East Amwell, Hopewell and Hillsborough areas of west-central New Jersey i...

Hey, earthquake shaken New Jerseyans, you've played a small role in state history

Hey, earthquake shaken New Jerseyans, you've played a small role in state history

Quake was one of 12 big ones to sweep Garden State in past 237 years

BY TOM HESTER SR.
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

If you were one of the millions of New Jerseyans who felt the earthquake that rattled the stat...

New Jersey reacts to earthquake on Twitter

New Jersey reacts to earthquake on Twitter
BY ALICIA CRUZ
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

An earthquake centered in Virginia was felt as far away as Camden, New York City, Buffalo, and the nation's capital today. The quake's epicenter struck at 1:53 p.m. ...

N.J. officials concerned about Hurricane Irene

N.J. officials concerned about Hurricane Irene

Strong storm expected to move north along East Coast by Saturday

BY TOM HESTER SR.
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

New Jersey emergency officials are urging residents to be prepared for Hurricane Irene to swing up...

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