To make the smelly landfill in Bridgeton less smelly, officials are first going to have to make it "significantly" more smelly. That's right: An "odor reduction" plan requires a major increase in the odors they are trying to stop. But there is some good news. The odor-increasing odor-reduction ef ... More >>
Update: A waste management company that oversees a landfill in Bridgeton is aware that residents have been making a big stink about apparently awful, horrible smells forcing people to cover their faces when they go outside -- so bad that some say they can't even escape the stench inside their own ho ... More >>
Last week's RFT feature story, "Where You Should've Gone to High School," had one of our readers traipsing down memory lane. He wrote in to inform us that while north county schools today may be associated with football and muscle cars, there was a time in the 1970s and '80s when the high schools ... More >>
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