NJ asking you to download COVID-19 tracking app: How it works
With COVID cases on the rise in New Jersey, a growing number of residents are downloading a new app that will tell them if they’ve come in contact with someone who has tested positive for the virus.
NJ may limit need for colleges to refund tuition over COVID
In response to lawsuits seeking refunds fromcolleges, lawmakers take up bills limiting responsibility to do that – and maybe grant immunity from liability.
NJ sounds the alarm on rising COVID-19 trends this autumn
Gov. Murphy is advising Jersey resident to not cross state lines unnecessarily and only get together with friends and neighbors outside as coronavirus cases and hospitalizations keep climbing
'Winter is coming' — NJ businesses awaiting COVID-19 answers
"I already stopped taking outdoor reservations," said Mark Bernard, general manager of Charlie's of Bay Head.
NJ post-COVID job recovery impressive, but starting to slow down
From February 2010 to February 2020, New Jersey added a steady 400,000 jobs, but March and April's losses wiped out more than double the preceding decade's growth.
Ocean County diverting CARES Act funding to help small businesses
Ocean County is directing $10-million in CARES Act funding to small businesses who have been dealt a critical blow from being forced to shut down due to the pandemic and other restrictions in place.
No 14-day quarantine? Murphy says he wasn't that close to staffer
Gov. Murphy and his wife hope to end their quarantine after less than a week. A meaningful close contact would have required a 14-day quarantine.
Murphy leaves event after learning of possible COVID-19 exposure
Gov. Phil Murphy said he was getting a coronavirus test for the second time this week.
Fewer low-income NJ students getting afterschool meals — report
A new report finds New Jersey has had the biggest participation drop in an afterschool supper program the nation.
Pandemic law lets up to 3,000 NJ inmates out early in 2020
The legislation signed by Governor Murphy is the first of its kind in the nation, according to ACLU-NJ.
Cases ticking up fast: NJ eyes a possible COVID-19 surge
The state Health Commissioner says supplies of PPE are “adequate” but her biggest concern is staffing if hospitalizations suddenly spike.