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NJ superintendent apologizes for message saying ‘all lives matter’
The township’s school superintendent this week apologized for sending out a message that included the expression “all lives matter.”
NJ has new policy against cops using chokeholds, neck restraints
Widespread protests sparked by the Minneapolis police killing of George Floyd has led to a new police policy in New Jersey.
Murphy Cites Independence in Naming First Black Woman to Supreme Court
Fabiana Pierre-Louis, 39, an attorney and former prosecutor, would be only the third black jurist to serve on the seven-member state Supreme Court.
‘LET’S START A RIOT’ — Feds Charge Atlantic City Man in Outlet Mall Mayhem
A 30-year-old city resident's angry Facebook posts led to federal riot charges after being arrested during mayhem that erupted after a day of peaceful protests in Atlantic City.
‘We Have Slowed This Virus’ — NJ Allows All Retailers to Reopen June 15
Taking "a big step forward in our restart and recovery," Gov. Murphy on Thursday announced that non-essential retailers would be allowed to open their doors starting June 15.
NJ Allowing Bars, Restaurants to ‘Expand Footprint’ Outdoors Starting June 15
Get ready to get social while social distancing.
NJ Makes it Easier for Shore Towns to Hire Cops During Pandemic
The state is helping Jersey Shore communities shore up their police forces this summer by deputizing school cops as special seasonal officers.
Three People Die in Crash With NJ Transit Bus in Burlington County
Police said that the bus was making a left turn from Route 38 onto Pleasant Valley Avenue when it was struck by a car traveling in the opposite direction.
NJ Should Ban Forced Probes that Re-traumatize Rape Victims, Advocates Say
Victims' advocates say laws proposed by NJ legislators don't go far enough to protect sex-crime accusers from being re-victimized by a legal process that critics have termed "court-ordered rape."
After Trump Labels Religion ‘Essential,’ More Clergy Take NJ to Court
The pastors of four Protestant evangelical churches in South Jersey on Friday filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court seeking to overturn Murphy's order treating churches like a non-essential business.