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Murphy Says Trump Trying to ‘Delegitimize’ November Election
The Trump campaign and New Jersey Republicans are suing the Murphy administration in federal court over his executive order that will send mail-in ballots to all active registered voters.
Voting in NJ Won’t Be the Same This Year — What to Expect
Gov. Murphy said that this won't be a "regular election year." Here's what you should expect.
North Bergen Mother Charged With Letting 5-year-old Get Abused
The mother of a 5-year-old boy was arrested Friday, days after a man was charged with beating and molesting the child.
Soldier: National Guard in NJ Putting Us at Risk of Coronavirus
Some soldiers stationed at the Cape May National Guard Armory, who felt uncomfortable sharing sleeping quarters in the Armory during the pandemic, have rented rooms or Airbnb apartments in the community, our source said.
NJ cops confiscate $1M, yacht after stumbling into residential drug mill
Prosecutors say police scuttled a million-dollar opioid facility being run out of an Amazon driver's apartment, confiscating numerous luxury items including a 40-foot yacht.
Trump defends lack of masks, social distancing at his NJ golf club
President Donald Trump defended members of his Somerset County golf club for not observing social-distancing or face-covering protocols in the clubhouse where the president gave a news conference Friday evening.
Days after arrest, owners kick down boarded-up entrance to reopen gym
It was leg day at Atilis Gym.
NJ trooper shoots dog after rescue called off: Advocates seek cruelty charges
A state trooper and an animal control officer are under fire after a day-long rescue attempt ended in the shooting of a dog.
Murphy Extends Pandemic Health Emergency for Sixth Month
“New Jersey has made a lot of progress in the fight against COVID-19, but we cannot declare victory yet,” Murphy said in a written statement Saturday.
Murphy gets some boos throwing first pitch for Cranford-Jackson game
Gov. Phil Murphy received a smattering of applause and some boos Friday evening when he threw out the first pitch at the Last Dance World Series game.