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Another NJ senior-living staffer accused of sex crime against victim in her 80s
An employee of a senior-living facility in Ocean County has been charged with sexual misconduct involving an octogenarian resident in his care.
Salons, barbers shouldn’t deny service to hospital workers, NJ says
An Ocean County woman says she was turned away from a hair appointment just because she was a nurse at a hospital that treats COVID-19 patients.
Is NJ beating the coronavirus? We’re doing better than most states
New Jersey has been one of the hardest-hit states in the country but also one of the best at controlling the spread and growth of the coronavirus.
Murphy wants crackdown on bars — one of the riskiest places in a pandemic
Gov. Phil Murphy is urging local authorities to crack down and take a zero-tolerance approach to bars and restaurants that disregard pandemic regulations.
Running out of unemployment benefits? NJ providing 20 more weeks
New Jersey is extending unemployment benefits 20 more weeks for people who have exhausted their state and federal benefits.
New rules for indoor dining, returning to NJ on July 2
Eateries in New Jersey can begin to serve patrons indoors starting Thursday, July 2.
MVC delays reopening again, will be closed every Monday
Road tests and inspections are resuming Monday, June 29 but Motor Vehicle Commission offices have delayed their planned reopening to July 7.
Bowling alleys, arcades, museums reopen July 2 — gyms can start, too
Gov. Phil Murphy on Wednesday announced another list of facilities that could open their doors to the public starting July 2.
Amusement parks, playgrounds can open July 2 in New Jersey
More activities and facilities are resuming this summer.
NJ retailers that are opening this week for first time in months
Monday, June 15 is the day non-essential retail stores are allowed to start welcoming customers for in-person shopping for the first time since March 21.
New push to remove monument to Asbury Park’s racist founder
Activists are once again calling for the removal of the Bradley statue in Asbury Park.
Trump has friendly dinner with Murphy and wife in Bedminster
Gov. Phil Murphy and wife Tammy spent Friday evening dining with the Republican president at his golf club in Somerset County.