New Jersey added 5,184 new cases of coronavirus on Sunday. State officials say there were 21 new confirmed deaths. New Jersey has experienced 432,000 cases during the pandemic.
New Jersey reported a drop on Saturday of the number of people hospitalized with coronavirus. There were 3,570 people in the hospital with the virus. State officials reported 4,240 new cases of the virus, along with 49 additional deaths.
New Jersey will attempt to lure businesses to the Garden State with a new massive $11.5 billion tax break bill. The New Jersey Legislature will vote on the bill Monday during a full voting session. The program expired more than a year ago during a political spat among democrats.
New Jersey added 3,975 new cases of coronavirus on Friday. Governor Murphy announced on his social media page that there are also 44 confirmed new deaths. He will hold a further briefing on the Covid-19 pandemic later Friday afternoon.
Both the New Jersey Senate and Assembly have passed landmark legislation in New Jersey that will permit recreational marijuana use and dispensing in the Garden State. All that’s needed for the bill to become law is a stroke of the pen by Governor Phil Murphy. Various rules and regulations regarding legal cannabis are included in…
New Jersey has moved much closer to a plan that would legalize recreational marijuana. The New Jersey Assembly approved a measure Thursday that sets rules and regulations for legal weed. The Senate is up next. Supporters say this bill will commit to social justice.
New Jersey reported an additional 77 deaths from coronavirus on Thursday. The one-day figures also show another 4,319 new cases of the virus. The number of overall cases is just shy of 420,000 and will surpass that mark on Friday.
South Jersey fared very well in regards to power outages caused by the nor’easter. There were very few outages in our part of the state, and zero widespread outages in Cape May County. As of Thursday at 9:45am, only 530 customers were without power in Atlantic City Electric’s service area.
It’s been a busy 24 hours for the New Jersey State Police. Due to a snowstorm that dumped plenty of snow in the northern half of the State, police have responded to over 200 motor vehicle accidents. More than a foot of snow fell in New Jersey’s northern most counties.
The bridge toll on the Delaware Memorial Bridge for frequent travelers only is going up as of January 1st. The Delaware River and Bay Authority announced Wednesday that the toll for motorists in the frequent traveler program will increase by 50 cents. All other toll rates remain unchanged. For regular drivers, the bridge crossing remains…