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Murphy: Expect new guidance on beaches, retail stores next week
Gov. Phil Murphy said Thursday that New Jersey should expect a major announcement sometime in the next week regarding new rules on the shut-down orders.
Bridgegate: Christie slams Obama prosecutors for altering ‘course of history’
Christie issued the statement following a unanimous U.S. Supreme Court ruling overthrowing the convictions of two Christie aides involved in the political payback scheme of closing lanes on the George Washington Bridge in 2013.
Murphy extends health emergency into June as NJ keeps improving
Gov. Phil Murphy on Wednesday extended New Jersey's public health emergency for the second time since he first declared one in March.
NJ unemployment website down Tuesday night for maintenance
The state's unemployment website will be unable to process initial claims Tuesday night.
Christie: ‘Restart American way of life — there’ll be deaths no matter what’
Former Gov. Chris Christie says government leaders and the American people are going to face the reality that large numbers of people are going to die during the pandemic.
‘So far so good,’ Murphy says as people return to parks — PHOTOS
New Jersey residents returned to state and county parks on Saturday for the first time in weeks.
Denied unemployment? NJ contacting inelligible people to pay new benefits
State labor officials said Wednesday that some people who are not normally eligible for unemployment benefits will begin to get paid.
NJ reopens state and county parks, golf courses on May 2
Gov. Phil Murphy will sign an executive order to reopen all state parks and allow golf courses and county parks to reopen.
Rutgers freezes tuition, cuts pay: Expects to lose $200M by July
Rutgers University President Robert Barchi announced the budget measures on Friday, blaming the pandemic.
Missing boater’s body found at Island Beach State Park 2 days after storm
Authorities have recovered the body of an Ocean Gate man who went missing Tuesday after taking out a rowboat just before a major thunderstorm.
Wawa pays $3M after NJ toddler is severely burned by hot tea water
Wawa has agreed to pay $3 million after a toddler was burned by hot water that spilled out of a tea cup at a Neptune City convenience store in 2018.
COVID-10 death toll in NJ already equals 3 combined years of flu deaths
Gov. Phil Murphy blasted an elected Republican official in Atlantic County for a Facebook post calling for officials to “reopen New Jersey immediately without restrictions.”