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  • COMMENT-TRMOMENT11.29

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    New Fertilizer Law Goes ‘Greener’ By Michele S. Byers Lawns don’t usually green up this time of year –but there’s hope yet. New state regulations on lawn fertilizers just kicked in. This means a winter…

  • comment-trmoment11.22

    Letters to the Editor

    A Thank You for a Vote of Confidence To the Editor: Thank you to all those who supported Sheriff Shaun Golden, Freeholder Deputy Director Serena DiMaso and myself through the many months of what turned…

  • letter-trmoment11.15

    Letters to the Editor

    Legislators Offer Thanks to Volunteers, Voters To the Editor: The entire 11th Legislative District team would like to thank all of our volunteers and supporters for their time and their votes on Election Day. Without…

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    Piping Plovers May Prove ‘Stronger than the Storm’ By Michele S. Byers  One year ago, the Super Storm Sandy moved tons of sand inland and upward – as storms have done for millennia – causing much…

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    One Year Post-Sandy: Still Jersey Strong By Thomas A. Arnone One year after Sandy wreaked havoc on New Jersey’s coastline and shore communities, municipalities and organizations statewide marked the occasion of the storms arrival with…

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    Commentary

      Heart-Healthy Halloween Tips By the American Heart Association The American Heart Association is reaching out to families to show how children can have fun this Halloween while staying healthy. Unfortunately, the annual celebration including…

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    Letters To The Editor

    NJ Needs ‘Serious Conversation’ about Global Warming To the Editor: With the one-year anniversary of Super Storm Sandy right around the corner, it’s time for New Jersey to have a serious conversation about tackling global…

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    Storm Protection? It’s Much More Than That

    By The American Shore & Beach Preservation Association One of the terms we often hear when people are talking about restoration – whether it is marsh restoration or beach restoration – is “storm protection.” In…

  • Horsepower Rules in New Jersey!

    By Michele S. Byers Did you know New Jersey’s state animal is the horse?  This state we’re in is home to about 42,000 horses. Throughout history, they have transported us, plowed fields, and carried us…

  • NJ Gov. Christie Leads Buono by 24

    By The Monmouth University Polling Institute Chris Christie’s sizable re-election margin has increas­ed in the most recent Monmouth University Poll. New Jersey voters dismiss challenger Barbara Buono’s portrait of the incumbent as being out of…