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2014/12/18 18:38
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PROVIDENCE – Inland Fishes of Rhode Island, a book depicting more than 70 species of fish found in Rhode Island’s ponds, streams and rivers, is available for purchase at R.I. Department of...
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2014/12/16 16:57
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The Department of Environmental Protection’s (DEP) initiative to crack down on illegal dumping in state parks and on recreational lands has yielded eight more enforcement actions, all for disposing of...
2014/12/16 05:08
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Pedestrian struck on Route 206 in NewtonPedestrian struck on Route 206 in Newton NEWTON — A pedestrian was hit while trying to cross Water Street near the entrance to Hayek's Market on Monday...
2014/12/15 01:08
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By BRUCE A. SCRUTON bscruton@njherald.com More than half the bears killed in the six-day hunt that ended Saturday were in Sussex County, according to figures from the state Division of Fish and...
2014/12/14 21:21
2014/12/14 21:21
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The state’s last of five consecutive annual black bear hunts ended on Saturday, but the hunt and the debate over the hotly contested policy are far from over. The total number of bears killed in the...
2014/12/14 03:08
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By BRUCE A. SCRUTON and GREG WATRY newsroom@njherald.com FREDON -- About three dozen protesters gathered outside the Whittingham Wildlife Management Area on Saturday for the last day of the six-day...
2014/12/13 01:08
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Man sentenced to 20 years for renting houses he didn’t own to tenantsMan sentenced to 20 years for renting houses he didn’t own to tenants SUPERIOR COURT — Robert Kosch — the Bloomfield man found...
2014/12/12 05:08
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Hunters shot and killed an additional 25 bears Thursday, the fourth day of the 2014 bear hunt. That brought the total number of bears killed to 189, according to preliminary numbers posted by the...
2014/12/11 05:08
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HERALD STAFF REPORT newsroom@njherald.com The bear hunt hit its yearly mid-week lull as rain and sleet kept hunters inside and bears and deer from moving in the woods. Rain and sleet are not ideal...
2014/12/11 00:17
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DOVER, Del. (WBOC) - A hike in the cost to hunt and trap in Delaware is now a no-go after a decision from the state's Wildlife Advisory Council Tuesday night. The council voted not to support raising...
2014/12/10 15:53
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INDIANAPOLIS – Efforts to restore Indiana's river otter population have been so successful over the last two decades that state wildlife officials say they need to cull the population. The Natural...
2014/12/09 17:31
2014/12/09 17:31
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The New Jersey bear hunting season kicked off Monday. Hunters, protesters and the media were at Willingham Wildlife Preservation Area in Newton. Marc Beardslee from Vernon brought in the first bear of...
2014/12/09 03:21
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NEWTON — The state’s fifth consecutive annual black bear hunt opened Monday as state officials revealed they are considering changing where bear hunting can take place and when, and rethinking the...
2014/12/04 05:17
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GEORGETOWN, Del. -- Resident and non-resident hunters in Delaware may soon have to pay double what they're paying now for hunting and trapping licenses. A fee increase proposed by Delaware's Division...
2014/12/04 01:22
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The Rhode Island Marine Fisheries Council met Monday to hear recommendations on 2015 regulations for commercial scup, black sea bass, monkfish and summer flounder (fluke). The council reviewed stock...
2014/12/02 15:24
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MILLTOWN — Efforts are underway to reduce pollution in local waterways. The Rutgers Cooperative Extension Water Resources Program has conducted assessments for East Brunswick, Milltown, New...
2014/11/28 08:47
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Police released photos Tuesday that show the bear that killed a 22-year-old Rutgers student who had been hiking with friends in a New Jersey nature preserve two months ago. Authorities believe the...
2014/11/21 21:08
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By BRUCE A. SCRUTON HAMPTON — In 2005, the only known bald eagle nest in Sussex County was overlooking Little Swartswood Lake. Less than a decade later, state officials now say there are a dozen...
2014/11/19 06:21
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By Lisa Kintish During an open house meeting on Monday, Nov. 10, Jersey Central Power & Light (JCP&L), a subsidiary of FirstEnergy Corp., revealed a change in the preferred route for the...
2014/11/19 05:08
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By ERIC OBERNAUER eobernauer@njherald.com When she looked out her window the morning of Oct. 8, Sparta resident Gillian Dionisio thought she saw a hawk diving for fish in nearby Sparta Lake. But...
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