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Articles Tagged “New Jersey Natural Gas”

  • “If we had heat, we would be back in by now,” says Rod Alberse, as he stands in front of his recently lifted home in Leonardo.

    One Year Later, Still Not Home

    By Judy O’Gorman Alvarez MIDDLETOWN – The road to getting back home can be a long one. Even though Judy and Rod Alberse were forced out of their home by Super Storm Sandy, they considered…

  • Carolynn Diakon

    Business Beat

    NJ Natural Gas Launches ‘Love the Shore’ Campaign   In support of the state’s Show Your Love for the Jersey Shore initiative, New Jersey Natural Gas (NJNG) wants to help promote the Shore is Open…

  • NJ Natural Gas workers install a controversial gas regulator on Monmouth Street in Red Bank.

    RB, Gas Company Dispute Continues

    By John Burton RED BANK – “The battle of the sidewalks continues,” Mayor Pasquale Menna said about the ongoing legal tussle between borough officials and a local state senator and New Jersey Natural Gas. The…

  • Dr. Kristen E. Cardamone

    Business Beat

     Doctor Opens New Practice in Red Bank RED BANK – Dr. Kristen E. Cardamone has opened her private practice to treat the pain needs of Monmouth County area patients. Sports and Spine Inte­gra­tive Center, PC, Cardamone’s…

  • NJ Natural Gas Celebrates 60th Anniversary with Community Grants

    WALL – New Jersey Natural Gas (NJNG), the principal subsidiary of New Jersey Resources, is celebrating its 60th anniversary by awarding $60,000 in community grants of $1,000 to 60 nonprofit organizations throughout its service area.…

  • NJNG to Replace Gas Regulators in Red Bank

    By John Burton RED BANK – The ongoing legal tussle with the borough and the downtown business alliance notwithstanding, New Jersey Natural Gas has begun this week to replace the belowground equipment with new belowground equipment,…

  • A gas regulator similar to the ones New Jersey Natural  Gas wants to place in more than 80 locations in downtown Red Bank.

    RB Wins Round in Fight to Keep Equipment Off Sidewalks

    By John Burton RED BANK – The borough scored a victory this week against New Jersey Natural Gas as a Superior Court judge blocked the gas company’s bid to get borough-opposed work permits to install aboveground…