No More 50% Capacity Limit on NJ Transit, Private Buses Starting Wednesday
Gov. Phil Murphy said Monday the 50% capacity limit for New Jersey Transit will be lifted as of 8AM Wednesday.
Police Chief Out After Allegedly Saying Wanted to Pull Grewal ‘Like a Top’
The Union County prosecutor’s office announced that Fanwood Police Chief Richard Trigo notified the town’s mayor and council Friday night that he would resign effective Monday.
Murphy, Democrats Agree to Borrow $10B — Republicans Vow Lawsuit
Gov. Murphy and the state's Democrat-controlled Legislature have agreed on a measure that would allow the state to borrow up to roughly $10B to address the financial crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Neighboring Delaware Added to NJ’s Quarantine List — 19 States Total
Gov. Phil Murphy said Tuesday visitors from three more states must quarantine for two weeks under an advisory aimed at travelers from COVID-19 hotspots.
NJ sees rise in COVID-19 spread that has Murphy worried
For the first time in months, the rate of transmission is above 1.0.
July 4 Weekend Gas Prices in NJ Lowest in Years
Motorists heading out for the holiday weekend in New Jersey and around the country are seeing the lowest gas prices for the July 4 period in four years.
Local Officials Worried as Crowds Flock to the Jersey Shore
Ocean City Mayor Jay Gillian pleaded with residents and visitors to wear masks during the long holiday, including on the boardwalk, noting, “Ocean City is already very crowded.”
Now Open in NJ: Playgrounds, Museums, Amusement Parks
Playgrounds, water and amusement parks, libraries and museums reopened Thursday after a monthslong pause because of the COVID-19 outbreak.
NJ Toll Rises to Nearly 15,000 After Adding Uncounted COVID-19 Deaths
Nearly 1,900 people likely died of COVID-19 in New Jersey but were not initially counted in the state's death, though they now will be, Gov. Phil Murphy said Thursday.
Judge Won’t Let Gym that Defied Murphy Reopen Yet
A federal judge has declined to allow a Bellmawr gym to reopen as it continues a constitutional challenge to the state order that shut down businesses deemed non-essential in order to help stem the spread of COVID-19.