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water street crash 1, photo credit Toms River Police Department
water street crash 1, photo credit Toms River Police Department
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An Intoxicated Driver Causes a Power Outage in T.R.

Toms River Police said 57-year-old Victoria Ventura of Rome Pennsylvania was

determined to have a blood alcohol level of .21 or three times the legal limit when she struck a utility pole near the intersection of Water Street and Hooper Avenue Tuesday night

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utility trucks in Jackson
Dan Alexander, Townsquare Media NJ
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NJ’s Disaster Information Access Act [AUDIO]

On Thursday, the Assembly Homeland Security and State Preparedness Committee is scheduled to consider a bill focused on letting residents and business owners know when their lights will be turned back on following power outages.

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JCP&L Ready for whatever Mother Nature Throws our way

JCP&L is ready to handle the wintry mix slamming the Jersey Shore. "The most important thing to remember is snow by itself does not cause power outages." said Spokesman Ron Morano.

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(Credit: Toniann Antonelli, Townsquare Media NJ)
Snow sits atop power lines following a recent winter storm.
(Credit: Toniann Antonelli, Townsquare Media NJ) Snow sits atop power lines following a recent winter storm.
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Power Companies Battle a Challenging Winter [AUDIO]

With each approaching storm, the state's utility companies take steps to make sure they're prepared for whatever Mother Nature throws at us.

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Power Lines Downed By Trees
Mark Wilson, Getty Images
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Lawmaker Blasts BPU for Utility Holdup [AUDIO]

It's becoming a regular routine in New Jersey. Whether in summer or winter, whenever there's severe weather, tens of thousands, hundreds of thousands, and sometimes even millions of people lose power in their homes and businesses - sometimes for several days or even weeks.

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Flickr User Claudio Schwarz
Flickr User Claudio Schwarz
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JCP&L Completes $200 Million in Infrastructure and Service Upgrades

JCP&L customers should no longer experience protracted power outages similar to that which proceeded Superstorm Sandy.

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JCP&L expands its Emergency Response Team in Monmouth and Ocean counties
JCP&L expands its Emergency Response Team in Monmouth and Ocean counties (Townsquare Media)
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JCP&L Expands Monmouth/Ocean Emergency Response [AUDIO]

Residents and businesses in Monmouth and Ocean counties may be able to expect better service and quicker restoration times during major power outage events, thanks to a brand new partnership.

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Downed Power Lines
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Electric Delivery System Lessons Learned After Sandy [AUDIO]

Officials from New Jersey utilities joined federal officials on Tuesday to highlight the need to strengthen power deliver systems in the state as the one year anniversary of Sandy approaches.

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Power Companies to Improve Communication [AUDIO]

By summer, the state's utility companies will be required to increase interaction with their customers before and after major weather events, as well as during widespread power outages.

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DC Area Cleans Up From Friday Night Storms That Knocked Power And Downed Trees Throughout Region
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JCP&L Explains Need for Rate Hike Request [AUDIO]

Superstorm Sandy did a number on Jersey Central Power & Light. Now, the utility is turning to you, the customer, for some financial help.

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