New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy announced on social media today that he strongly suggests that residents and visitors mask up indoors, “when prudent”. Murphy cites the latest recommendations from the CDC as the reason. Murphy says the state’s vaccination rates are very strong, and New Jersey “crushed the virus repeatedly like no other state in…
Don’t be surprised if students and teachers may be required to wear masks in September. The New Jersey Education Association announced this week that it supports a plan to have teachers and students masked up in September for back to school. The Association is the largest teachers’ union in the Garden State.
New Jersey’s coronavirus cases continue to increase. Wednesday’s report shows 854 new cases of the virus reported over the past 24 hours, with three new deaths. The rate of transmission had a slight uptick as well.
Apparently there is no better way to honor New Jersey legends than to put their name on a building where you urinate. The State announced that all Parkway rest stops will bear the name of a famous New Jerseyan. The Ocean View area will be named after Toni Morrison, a Nobel Prize winner. Whitney Houston,…
There are days when the coronavirus numbers are inching up in New Jersey; Tuesday is one of them. State officials reported today seven new deaths from the virus along with over 700 new cases. Governor Murphy continues to urge people to get vaccinated.
New Jersey reported 619 new coronavirus cases on Sunday. State officials say there were two new confirmed deaths. Over 5.2 million people are now fully vaccinated in the Garden State.
Former New Jersey Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno is no longer a registered republican. New Jersey Advance Media reports that Guadagno has changed her voter registration record to show she is now unaffiliated. The report says the reasoning may stem from a bad relationship with Monmouth County Republican Party chairman Shaun Golden, which is Guadagno’s home…
New Jersey’s coronavirus numbers are going in the wrong direction. On Thursday, the State announced 750 new cases of the virus, along with four new confirmed deaths. New Jersey now has over 900,000 confirmed cases during the pandemic despite a high vaccination rate.
Governor Phil Murphy on Wednesday announced a new grant program for small businesses in the Garden State. There is now $135 million available in federal grant money to New Jersey businesses. $15 million will go to bars and restaurants.
31 individuals have been named in connection with the arrests of adults who are committing online child sex crimes. Some of those individuals are from South Jersey, including one from Atlantic County, 55 year old Keith Rodenbach of Mays Landing. He was charged with being in possession of child sex abuse material.