New Jersey has moved much closer to legalized recreational pot. NJ.com reports that lawmakers on Monday approved new measures that may satisfy Governor Murphy and implore him to sign a measure into law. The new regulations would not impose penalties but only warnings for individuals under the age of 21 who are caught with alcohol…
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy today announced that some fans will be able to attend both indoor and outdoor college and sporting events. Murphy says starting March 1st, indoor arenas will be allowed to have ten percent occupancy, while outdoor venues can have 15 percent occupancy. For college sports, two parents or guardians per participating…
Congressman Jeff Van Drew announced that Comcast will not consider rate hikes until next year, at the earliest. Van Drew announced on his social media page that there was a significant public outcry against rate hikes as families struggle with the Covid-19 pandemic. Van Drew says the internet is very important to families for educational…
New Jersey reported fewer than 2,000 coronavirus cases on Sunday. The state also reported 25 new deaths, which is much lower than previous days. Over 1.6 million vaccines have been administered by the state, including 1.1 million first doses.
New Jersey will likely reschedule coronavirus vaccinations due to delays with getting the actual shots. State officials say winter weather is to blame for the delays. 2,671 new cases of the virus were reported on Saturday, with 51 additional deaths.
One of the longest serving members of the New Jersey Legislature has died at the age of 86. Bergen County State Senator Gerald Cardinale died this weekend after a brief illness. The republican served for over a half century in public service. His death was not Covid-related.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy will deliver the state’s budget address on Tuesday. The message will be given at 1:00pm, but it will be pre-recorded. The new budget would address the 2022 fiscal year, which begins on July 1st.
New Jersey is reporting 64 new deaths from coronavirus. State health officials report 2,679 new cases of the virus on Friday. The rate of transmission remains under one percent, which shows a slowing of the spread of the virus in the Garden State.
New Jersey on Thursday reported 89 new deaths from coronavirus. State officials say there were 2,746 new cases of the virus over the past 24 hours. New Jersey has provided 1.5 million doses of the vaccine.
Today’s snowstorm has closed all state offices in New Jersey. The Motor Vehicle Commission centers are also closed statewide as the storm may put up to eight inches of snow in some parts of the state. Locally, it’s a little snow in the morning before the transition to rain and freezing rain later.