Bridgewater, NJ mom of 4 dies of COVID weeks after giving birth
Michelle Stani, 37, never even got to hold her three-week old newborn son, according to loved ones who are raising funds for the children.
Another attempt to limit Murphy’s pandemic powers in NJ
Bill would require legislative approval for public health emergencies in NJ
Back to class in NJ. Most districts resume in-person learning
Staff shortages remain one of the biggest challenges schools face in NJ
NJ restaurants facing a triple whammy of problems in 2022
The head of the state Restaurant and Hospitality Association wants more state and federal help and is asking the public to continue to support local restaurants
At tax time, what does NJ need to know about the 2021 COVID stimulus?
The 2021 stimulus authorized by President Joe Biden is no different with regard to taxes than the two rounds paid out under President Donald Trump in 2020.
Toms River, NJ mayor: Stop blaming town for stores’ mandates
Toms River Mayor Maurice "Mo" Hill visited two retailers whose signs said their mask and contactless payment requirements followed local ordinances that don't exist.
NJ businesses are warned about COVID home test kit price gouging
While a full list of the businesses, and how many there are, was not provided, the Office of the Attorney General said they include pharmacies, supermarkets, and convenience stores.
Hopeful signs that omicron COVID surge in NJ may be easing
The 7-day average in lab-reported cases has dropped 12% from its Monday peak. Hospitalizations also dropped in Thursday's report.
NJ Transit gets $1.6B federal grant for continued COVID response
The Department of Transportation said that in 2019, prior to COVID, the 267 million trips provided by NJT represented 1 out of every 37 public transit rides in the country, covering 164 million miles.