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.
COVID-19 keeps fading in NJ, but could it come roaring back?
As the State prepares to enter Stage Two of the reopening, health officials continue to ramp up testing, contract tracing and isolation plans to stop a COVID spike from spreading like wildfire.
As commuters work from home, NJ income tax coffers may benefit
New Jersey commuters who used to cross a river into New York or Philadelphia but have been working from home could yield an unexpected windfall for the state.
Murphy: Outdoor dining, indoor retail and salons all coming this
No word yet on when gyms will reopen, but Murphy says they're coming.
Middletown high schoolers protest over graduation uncertainty
After initially saying ceremonies would only be virtual, the district now is considering an August in-person celebration.
Toms River Maps Out Summer 2020 Outdoor Dining Plan
Under the Toms River resolution, a section of the Township Land Use Code will be amended for special event applications to allow for outdoor tables, chairs, umbrellas and benches for food establishments with the $100 permit fee being waived.
Less state aid, more PPE expenses: Where NJ schools look to cut
Experts say districts prefer to first look at items that don't directly impact students, or aren't required.
Lawsuit seeks to limit vote-by-mail signature match rejections
Coronavirus has New Jersey emphasizing vote-by-mail. But around 1% of such ballots are typically rejected, often when signatures don't match voter records.
NJ teens ask for $5 to help front-liners during pandemic
They have now partnered with another volunteer organization, the New Jersey EMS Task Force, attending to needs like proper personal protective equipment.
Murphy tells NJ: Make sure you wear a mask correctly
The governor is calling on all Garden State residents to correctly wear a mask.