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Oyster Creek employees celebrate their record-breaking $301,000 donation for the United Way of Ocean County
Oyster Creek employees celebrate their record-breaking $301,000 donation for the United Way of Ocean County . Pictured (From top left): Garey Stathes, Oyster Creek Site Vice President; Al Devries; Declan Doran; Ruben Martinez; Mike Strawser; Ashok Syngal; Linda Gyimoty, Executive Director, United Way of Ocean County. (From middle left): Dana Ivan; Dori Craig; Rose Booth; Carolina Dionisio; Nancy Eriksen, Records Manager for Oyster Creek and President, Board of Directors, United Way of Ocean County. (From bottom left): Kazz Johnson and Phil Scallon. (United Way of Ocean County)
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Oyster Creek Workers Set New Record for United Way Donations

Employees of the Oyster Creek Nuclear Power Plant in Lacey Township have always dug deeply into their pockets to support the United Way of Ocean County. This year, it's deeper than ever.

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Oyster Creek Cancer Rates to Undergo Research

Cancer rates around the Oyster Creek Nuclear Power Plant in Lacey Township, and six other facilities nationwide will be studied in a pilot project by the National Academy of Sciences (NAS), which will update figures in use by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) for 23 years.

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Oyster Creek Siren Replacement Date Announced

We can expect new emergency sirens in the 10-mile radius around the Oyster Creek Nuclear power plant to be installed by early June.

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Oyster Creek Nuclear Plant (Exelon)
Oyster Creek Nuclear Plant (Exelon)
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NJDEP Announces Oyster Creek Closure Prep Meeting

As time inches toward the 2019 closure of the Oyster Creek Nuclear Generating Station the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection announces a public meeting that will begin the process of forming a Decommissioning Plan.

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Oyster Creek Nuclear Plant (Exelon)
Oyster Creek Nuclear Plant (Exelon)
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Discussion in Lacey About a Future Without Oyster Creek

Getting ahead of the eventual closure of the Oyster Creek Nuclear Generating Station. That's the purpose of a meeting being held in Lacey Township this week hosted by 3rd District Republican Congressman Jon Runyan.

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Oyster Creek Nuclear Power Plant (Exelon)
Oyster Creek Nuclear Power Plant (Exelon)
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Court Strikes Down NRC Waste Confidence Decision

A federal appeals court decision on nuclear waste storage has Oyster Creek protesters smiling and NRC officials reeling.

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Protesters March On Oyster Creek Power Plant

Peaceful protesters stood outside the Oyster Creek Nuclear Facility today on the side of Route 9 with signs that read "NO NUKES, GO GREEN" and "NO FUKUSHIMA NJ."

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Oyster Creek Nuclear Plant (Exelon)
Oyster Creek Nuclear Plant (Exelon)
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Lacey Township Considers Future Without Oyster Creek

Lacey Township officials are in the beginning stages of preparing for an economic future without the Oyster Creek Nuclear Power Plant. Deputy Mayor Dave Most, a longtime Oyster Creek worker, says he believes it's an opportunity for Lacey Township to get in on the cutting edge of the energy generation future.

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Nuclear Plant Walk Begins

We're coming up on the one year anniversary of one of the worst nuclear disasters in history.  The Fukushima Diachi Plant suffered a series of meltdowns spewing radiation into the atmosphere, following the Japanese earthquake and tsunami. 

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Oyster Creek Nuclear Plant (Exelon)
Oyster Creek Nuclear Plant (Exelon)
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Two New Nuclear Plants Slated For Approval Today

It's hard to believe the U.S. Hasn't built any new nuclear reactors in 30 years but that's about to change. According to cnnmoney.com, the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) is expected to approve licenses to build two new nuclear reactors in Georgia today.

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