For the month of September, Wawa is giving free coffee to teachers throughout the Garden State. Any size coffee is available to teachers and school administrators through the month as teachers get back in the classrooms. There are over 250 Wawa locations in New Jersey.
Booster shots could be coming to the Garden State in about three weeks. Governor Murphy announced Monday that booster shots may be recommended for people either six or eight months after their initial complete vaccination. Murphy says the State will work with the CDC on the booster shot guidelines. Murphy says mega sites will likely…
If you plan to enter a school for any reason, you must wear a mask. State officials affirmed today that this mandate is regardless of vaccination status. Over 5.5 million New Jersey residents are fully vaccinated against coronavirus.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy says the State will not extend additional Covid-related unemployment benefits with state dollars. Murphy announced today that this must be a federal extension, and not one to burden the State. Murphy says the State has extended over $33 billion in employment benefits during the pandemic.
New Jersey Task Force 1 is headed to Louisiana to help with recovery efforts from the hurricane. State officials announced that the unit will help with search and recovery efforts. Hurricane Ida slammed the Louisiana coastline Sunday as a Category 4 hurricane.
It’s about time…New Jersey state employees will finally go back to the office full time starting October 18th. NJ Advance Media reports that the move will come just shy of two years since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic. The new date was picked since Governor Murphy ordered all state workers to be vaccinated by…
There are two gubernatorial debates scheduled for the upcoming election season. Democrat Phil Murphy will square off against republican challenger Jack Ciatterelli on September 28th, and again on October 12th. Murphy is the presumed front runner in the November election.
For the first time since around Mother’s Day, New Jersey has more than 1,000 people in the hospital with coronavirus. State officials announced 21 new deaths on Wednesday along with nearly 1,800 new cases of the virus. Cape May County has 546 active residential cases of the virus.
Some relief for New Jersey drivers comes on October 1st. New Jersey will slice the gas tax rate by 8.3 cents on that date after a review of fuel consumption in the Garden State. By law, the State has to lower the gas tax if the tax generates enough money for various road projects.
New Jersey reported 20 new coronavirus-related deaths over the past 24 hours. The State also announced 1,595 new cases of the virus. New Jersey has not reported more deaths in a single day since late May.