Gov. Murphy Renews New Jersey's Public Health Emergency; State Reports Highest New COVID-19 Case Count Since MayGov. Phil Murphy signed an executive order Saturday to extend New Jersey’s public health emergency, citing a steep increase in coronavirus cases in recent days.
Surging Coronavirus Cases Prompt Boonton, N.J. Schools To Go VirtualAs coronavirus numbers continue to rise in New Jersey, a Morris County school district was forced to make a tough decision Thursday.
Gov. Murphy Remains In Self-Quarantine After Testing Negative For COVID-19On Thursday morning, the governor spoke about whether the increasing transmission rate could shut down businesses again.
Gov. Murphy Tests Negative But Self-Quarantining After Coming In 'Close Proximity' To Someone Who Tested Positive For COVID-19He said he came in "close proximity” on Saturday to someone who tested positive.
Head Of University Hospital Says New Jersey's Second Wave Is Here: 'This Is About To Get Worse'As the Tri-State Area sees a concerning rise in coronavirus cases, local experts are warning: Don't let the second wave become a tsunami.
N.J., Conn. Qualify For Tri-State Travel Advisory List, But Gov. Cuomo Says It's Not Logistically Possible To Add Them NowIt's a Tri-State Area conundrum. The number of coronavirus cases in New Jersey and Connecticut qualify the two states for the quarantine list in New York.
Gov. Murphy Nominates Dr. Angelica Allen-McMillan As N.J.'s New Education CommissionerDr. Allen-McMillan's nomination will now have to be approved by the State Senate.
N.J.'s Coronavirus Infection Rate Enough To Qualify For Tri-State's Travel Advisory List, But Commuters Not Required To QuarantineAs the numbers rise, New Jersey is in danger of qualifying for the Tri-State's quarantine travel advisory list, which 38 states outside New York, New Jersey and Connecticut are on.
Nearly 300 Bears Killed During First 5 Days Of New Jersey HuntThe second segment of the hunt, for firearms only, is scheduled to begin on Dec. 7.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy Announces New Leadership For State Department Of Military And Veterans AffairsThe department oversees New Jersey’s three veterans homes in Menlo Park, Paramus and Vineland. Nearly 200 residents and caregivers died at the facilities amid the coronavirus pandemic.
New Jersey Moratorium On Utility Shutoffs During Pandemic Extended To Spring 2021The governor also extended the state's moratorium against disconnecting internet or voice services through Nov. 15.
Gov. Murphy, Coalition Of CEOs Announce Pledge To Hire, Train 30,000 New Jersey Residents, Boost In-State SpendingThe coalition pledged to hire or train 30,000 residents and increase local spending over the next decade.
Despite Rise In COVID-19 Cases In New Jersey, Gov. Murphy Officially Gives Indoor Sports The Green LightThe governor lifted the competition ban for sports like ice hockey, basketball, cheerleading and karate.
Gov. Murphy Releases $100 Million In CARES Act Funding To Aid New Jersey Small Businesses Ravaged By PandemicThere is more relief coming for small businesses in the Garden State.
Some N.J. Residents Fret As Gov. Murphy's Utility Shut-Off Moratorium Nears Its End; 'I Need My Electric. I Need My Hot Water'The clock is ticking for an extension on an extended moratorium that will keep the lights on for hundreds of thousands of New Jersey residents.