One of the most annoying outgrowths of the deluge of spring and summer rain is high-standing water that leaves roads nearly, or entirely, impassable. And the culprit might be as close as the front lawn.
We can soon start eating more Jersey Fresh crustaceans from the Barnegat Bay. The State Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) is reopening the southern part of the Sandy-damaged shellfish beds in the bay Friday morning.
As the summer approaches, the lasting ramifications of Superstorm Sandy are starting to come to light, however one effect that is still unknown is the impact on the jellyfish population at Barnegat Bay.
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