Fear of COVID-19 is playing a role in why some people still are not ready to schedule visits
Hundreds of inmates and detainees have been awaiting trial behind bars
Melissa Sampath of Community Mental Health Services at CarePlus New Jersey explains why many people report feeling stagnant
Advisory committee would oversee an investigative unit within ELEC
U.S. Rep. Josh Gottheimer says it would help to address the worker shortage that some businesses face
After multiple lawsuits, NJ Transit settles with Hoboken Terminal crash victims.
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Murphy ended the legal order declaring a public health emergency. But he still retains broad powers under state of emergency order issued last year
Murphy allows for ‘grace period’ to prevent shut-offs until end of the year as state works to find money for back payments
The pandemic shone a brighter light on long-standing gaps in student achievement
Lawmakers not swayed by opponents who argue that giving officers early access to footage is a bad idea
Bill now waits for Murphy to act. One warehouse critic says adding solar panels would make them more palatable
The state is now consistently hitting record lows across just about all metrics related to the spread of COVID-19. Monday, officials announced 138 new, positive ...
Assemblyman Jon Bramnick says public hearings with expert testimony are needed
An interview with Perry Halkitis, Dean of the Rutgers University School of Public Health
State senator says some residents must travel over 70 miles to the nearest agency
Business Report: Moratorium on utility shut-offs to end but customers will be given grace period to pay bills
Residents will be protected from shut-offs through mid-March 2022
Professor says climate change allows bacteria to continue growing through mild winters, and rebloom with vigor in hot summers
The garden offers free and sustainable food to people in Palmyra
Gov. Murphy says the state’s Rt is among the lowest in the nation
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