New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy says he will be signing an executive order Wednesday requiring masks or face coverings be worn both indoors and outdoors when social distancing is not possible.
Gov. Phil Murphy says the rate of transmission of COVID-19 in New Jersey has exceeded 1.0 for the first time in a month and a half.
Gov. Phil Murphy on Thursday reported there were about 500 more positive cases, putting the total at 172,000. He reported the death toll climbed by 27 overnight to 13,251. There are also 1,854 probable deaths from the virus.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy on Wednesday signed sweeping bipartisan legislation overhauling public teachers’ health benefits that lawmakers say could save $1 billion a year over seven years.
Wildwood Mayor Pete Byron is appealing to Governor Phil Murphy to reconsider resuming indoor dining as originally planned for Thursday.
Wilson's legacy is increasingly under review after the May killing of George Floyd,
A federal judge has declined to allow a southern New Jersey gym to reopen as it continues a constitutional challenge to the state order that shut down businesses deemed non-essential in order to help stem the spread of the coronavirus.
When stores reopen, shoppers will still be required to wear masks and businesses will be limited to 50% capacity.
Murphy has not indicated when restaurants will be able to reopen for indoor seating, aside from saying he hoped it would be “sooner rather than later.”
Residents in New Jersey who have had to manage shaggy hair or make do with at-home haircuts will soon be allowed to get a proper trim.
At his daily briefing Thursday, Murphy, a Democrat, said the town’s plans “are inconsistent with my executive order. We cannot have one set of rules for one town and another for another town.”
The City Council Wednesday approved a resolution permitting its restaurants to host diners inside at 25% of the building's capacity or 50 people, whichever is less, beginning June 15.
The reported increases on New Jersey's three major toll roads. will take effect Sept. 13.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy says limited indoor gatherings and outdoor gatherings up to 100 people are permitted immediately.
New Jersey's coronavirus case total rose to 164,497 with 12,214 related deaths on Sunday.
The rallies in Hillside and Westfield came as the state was emerging from Murphy’s stay-home order in March to help contain the coronavirus outbreak.
The troops had been sent to the nation's capitol to help guard national monuments amid nationwide protests over the death of George Floyd.
Motorists in New Jersey will soon be able to access in-person services at motor vehicle buildings across the state, including behind the wheel drivers tests and licenses distribution and renewal.
Gov. Murphy said Monday that restaurants can open for outdoor dining on June 15. Barbershops and salons can open on June 22.
New Jersey is expanding the kinds of businesses that can open amid the COVID-19 outbreak, Gov. Phil Murphy said Monday.