New Jersey reported only three additional deaths from Covid-19 on Monday. Governor Murphy announced that over 300 new cases were reported Monday as well, but he did not announce any new openings of businesses in the private sector. The rate of transmission remains barely at over one percent.
New Jersey State Police report a shooting incident on Route 49 in Salem County Sunday. Police say a double shooting took place, with both victims found inside a Dodge Intrepid. Both victims survived the shooting. Both men were shot when they tried to make a turn into a restaurant. The suspect remains at large.
New Jersey added four new deaths from coronavirus. State health officials announced Sunday that there were only 306 additional new cases of the virus, and the rate of transmission dropped for the fourth consecutive day. New Jersey has over 196,000 overall cases of the virus.
It’s time to dig a little deeper to drive on New Jersey’s toll roads. Sunday morning, tolls went up by over 25 percent each on the Garden State Parkway, Atlantic City Expressway, and New Jersey Turnpike. Signs have been posted on the toll roads alerting drivers to the exact rate increases. Toll hikes were approved…
New Jersey Lt. Governor Shelia Oliver said New Jersey will never defund police departments and stands with first responders. She made those remarks Friday during an emotional September 11th ceremony. Leading state officials have been quiet on the stance of whether or not police departments should be defunded.
New Jersey has recorded nine additional deaths from coronavirus. State health officials say the death total now stands at 14,234. 518 new cases of the virus were recorded Friday.
Governor Phil Murphy and other state leaders participated in ceremonies Friday to honor the victims and heroes of the September 11 2001 attack on the United States. Murphy and his wife gathered at the special memorial in New York City to participate in the remembrance. Nearly 3,000 lives were lost during the attack.
Some schools have transitioned to all virtual learning due to students being diagnosed with coronavirus. Three districts in the state have scrubbed in person learning for now. Governor Murphy says he is not surprised that some students have contracted the virus while in a classroom.
Governor Murphy signed new legislation into law Thursday that could reduce the lines at local Motor Vehicle Commission offices. The new bills will allow older photos of drivers 65 years or older to be used for up to eight years so their licenses can be renewed online. Appointments will also be accepted for seniors with…
New Jersey is reporting five additional deaths from coronavirus. New figures released by the state also show over 500 new cases. However, the rate of transmission began its downward descent to the magic number of one. Governor Murphy provided the updates on his social media page Thursday afternoon.