New Legislation Designed To Aid New Jersey Small Business Signed Into Law By Gov. MurphyThe focus of the legislation is to provide businesses support to help recover from the coronavirus pandemic and prepare for the future.
Gov. Lamont Says It's Time To Legalize Marijuana, Sports Betting In Conn., Adds Partnerships With N.J., N.Y. Will GrowAcknowledging the tens of thousands of new families that fled small apartments and subway life for the state of Connecticut, the governor delivered the pre-recorded address from his office.
Helping Out During COVID: Long Island Men Create Free Social Media Ads For Struggling Small BusinessesDuring a fishing trip , Len Oppenheimer and Doug Goodstein came up with the idea to make and donate social media ads to help their friends.
Officials Release 42 Recommendations For Power Companies To Improve Their Storm ResponseIn August, Tropical Storm Isaias left thousands of Westchester residents without power for days. Now Westchester has compiled 42 recommendations for improvements.
Love In The Time Of COVID: Dating Apps Flourishing As Lonely Singles Scramble In Advance Of Valentine's DayIt is a big day for dating. So big, it has been dubbed "Dating Sunday."
Pet Food Recall: Feds Warn Of Toxin That May Be Present In Sportmix Pet Food For Dogs And CatsThe recalled products include Sportmix Energy Plus, the 50- and 44-pound bags, and 31- and 15-pound bags of Sportmix Original Cat Food.
New Jersey Food Pantries Predict Need For Donations Will Continue To Be Extremely High In 2021Food pantries across the Tri-State Area saw the need grow exponentially as the coronavirus pandemic hit families in different ways.
New Jersey Minimum Wage Jumps Up To $12 An Hour, Part Of Deal To Get It To $15 By 2024Some of the Garden State's lowest-paid workers got a raise to begin the new year. It's part of a deal signed by Gov. Phil Murphy in 2019 to increase the minimum wage each year.
Small Businesses On Long Island Getting Needed Boost Thanks To Thoughtful Residents Taking Part In 'The Takeout Project'A Long Island woman is starting a movement to save restaurants and feed her neighbors -- all at the same time.
Target Recalls Clothes For Infants, Toddlers Over Possible Choking HazardThe clothing can be returned to Target for a full refund.
'It Takes An Army': Long Island Nonprofit Comprised Of People Who Lost Their Jobs In Pandemic Now Feeding ThousandsFighting food insecurity and bringing hospitality workers back on the job, that's the goal behind Carroll's Kitchen Long Island.
Author: Those Coping With Coronavirus Pandemic By Drinking More Alcohol Should Consider A 'Dry January'It was a year like no other, so a January reset could be just the trick to forget 2020.
Legal Recreational Marijuana May Not Be Available In New Jersey In 2021 Due To Continued Legislation DelaysNew Jersey residents voted through a constitutional amendment to legalize marijuana, but finalizing legislation has been hit with delays.
$2,000 Checks Demanded By Trump Will Come Down To SenateFollowing the House's approval Monday of legislation to boost the direct payments to Americans from $600 to $2,000, all eyes are on the Republican-controlled Senate.
President Trump Signs COVID-19 Economic Relief PackageThe White House said Sunday night that President Trump signed legislation for $900 billion coronavirus economic aid and the $1.4 trillion in government spending, averting a government shutdown.