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  1. Local experts give advice on keeping active while recovering

    Michele Kitzler was doing laundry at home on March 16 when she fell down a flight of stairs and broke her ankle in three places. In spite of her injury, she remained a regular at Meridian Fitness and Wellness, in Eagleswood Township, during her rehabilitation.
  2. 100 years ago, ‘man-eater’ terrorized the Jersey Shore

    Long before the summer of 1975, when Steven Spielberg’s “Jaws” convinced moviegoers not to go near the water, the Jersey Shore had its own bit of shark-attack history, in some ways much stranger than fiction.
  3. Local shark researchers study sea’s big predators

    Shark Week is back.

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While seeing the sights, try protecting the planet

As the year winds down and colder weather becomes the norm in New Jersey, there's a better way to heat yourself up than cranking up the heater to full blast.

Looking after the whole world while working in your kitchen

In Candice Adler's Linwood home, appliances like the dishwasher and the refrigerator are covered by cabinetry to blend in with the rest of the kitchen she renovated two years ago.

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One city takes to new heights in order to change environment

BALTIMORE - Atop the National Aquarium in Baltimore, away from the crowds, is a hidden oasis where the turtles and lizards sometimes come to bask in the sun. Their caretaker says it's also a nice spot for wild birds - and him, too.

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Environmentally friendly fun

When people come to the New Jersey shore during the summer, they want to check their worries at the door.

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Keeping your garden green

Ask Linda Keyser how her garden grows, and silver bells and cockle shells are not part of her answer.

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Churches going green for Lent

WASHINGTON - Instead of giving up chocolate for Lent this year, churches are cutting back on other luxuries: water, light bulbs and plastic bags.

Ways to go green

Spring is a time of change, from budding flowers to April showers and the inevitable spring cleaning. It's also an opportunity to clean up not just the house but the environment as well.

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