Reports of a gas odor inside the George J. Mitchell Elementary School in Little Egg Harbor Township forces the temporary shut down of natural gas to the North Green Street building. New Jersey Natural Gas Spokesman Mike Kinney said they were notified by township police about the odor at 1:33 pm on T…
Officials are reminding everyone to be cautious after Ocean County's second natural gas explosion in less than a week. Police and firefighters responded to Cooks Lane in Point Pleasant Beach around 1:40am for a reported structure fire...
An open flame in a basement utility, meeting natural gas the leaked from a two-inch underground main, triggered the Tuesday blast that leveled the house, injured 11 and evacuated scores of neighbors, according to Ocean County investigators.
Upper Freehold residents opposed to a proposed pipeline by New Jersey Natural Gas are holding a rally at the Township Committee Meeting Tuesday Night, which had to be moved to a larger venue, at Stone Bridge Middle School in Allentown.
Here's your chance to change all the light bulbs in your house to energy-saving ones at bargain prices. Today, New Jersey Natural Gas (NJNG) is hosting its sixth annual Energy-Saving Lighting Fair at its Wall Township headquarters.
New Jersey Natural Gas customers would see monthly bills lowered by anywhere from two to more than four percent starting in October, if applications filed today are approved by the state Board of Public Utilities (BPU)
Two Lakewood homes had to be evacuated overnight and Conrail suspended service after police said a Township man smashed into a parked car and a home on East County Line Road, near Park Avenue, rupturing a gas meter. No one was injured.
Investigations aren't complete, but New Jersey Natural Gas officials conjecture that lightning during sporadic rain squalls Sunday might have contributed to the flames that began spouting from their regulating station in downtown Toms River.