NJ motor vehicle agencies closed since mid-March ready to reopen
After nearly three months in which its doors were closed, during which some transactions continued, the NJMVC’s reopening date will be announced Friday.
July graduation? NJ needs to pass law to extend school insurance
Assembly Speaker Craig Coughlin said he expects the measure to receive widespread bipartisan support.
'We have slowed this virus' — NJ allows all retailers to reopen
Taking "a big step forward in our restart and recovery," Gov. Phil Murphy on Thursday announced that non-essential retailers would be allowed to open their doors to customers starting June 15.
Jersey Shore businesses detail what's different this summer
"I see blue dots in my sleep because there are blue dots all over the pier, where people have to stand," Anthony Catanoso, president of Steel Pier in Atlantic City.
Report on NJ's nursing homes: Raise wages, centralize operations
An independent reports recommends overhauling long-term care rules and regulations to better safeguard patients and staff during this and possible future pandemics.
NJ allowing bars, restaurants to 'expand footprint' outdoors
Get ready to get social while social distancing.
Donations down, demand up: Food banks in the COVID era
Supermarkets usually donate a lot of products but haven't as they try to meet customer demand. That has food banks spending more for oft-scarce supplies.
As NJ moves ahead on reopening, Gov. Murphy has one big fear
He admits he’s worried sick about people getting sloppy and letting down their guard as they venture out into stores, restaurants and salons
NJ State Senator: Feds should take over long-term care facilities
On the heels of media reports detailing a scathing letter reportedly from state employees that reveals "shortcomings" in New Jersey's response to the COVID-19 public health crisis, a Republican state senator is calling on the federal government to take control of New Jersey&ap…
NJ outdoor dining 'can happen sooner' than 6/15, association says
Until outdoor dining is actually underway in New Jersey, the Garden State will be losing this business to neighboring states, according to the association that represents the state's restaurant industry.
Assembly panel endorses up to $14 billion in COVID borrowing
New Jersey could borrow as much as $14 billion to help replenish its budget and those of some counties and municipalities hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic.
With treatment delays in COVID-19 crisis, cancer patients fearful
An earlier survey revealed one-third of all patients felt the pandemic would impact them further as time went on, and six weeks later, respondents say it's happened.