New Jersey will be offering hundreds of dollars in incentives to new hires for businesses with 100 employees or fewer, Governor Phil Murphy announced Monday.
New Jersey’s Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst served as an arrival point for “many thousands” of Afghans who left their homeland as the United States withdrew its troops from the country.
Ten New Jersey counties will now receive aid from the federal government after the remnants of Hurricane Ida rocked the state last week leaving a wake of widespread destruction.
While Gov. Murphy toured flood-damaged areas of Lambertville on Labor Day, President Biden approved major disaster declarations that greenlit federal aid for people six of the state's counties hit hardest by last week's storms.
Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy and Republican rival Jack Ciattarelli will go head to head in two debates in late September and mid-October while their running mates will clash once.
During Friday's announcement, Murphy made it clear that New Jersey schools would still be reopening fully, as planned, for in-person instruction.
Dave Kinchen reports on Governor Phil Murphy's announcement regarding certain N.J. healthcare workers and new requirements for vaccines.
New Jersey is urging its residents to resume mask-wearing in certain indoor settings after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued updated mask-wearing guidance amid a spike in new COVID-19 infections propelled by the Delta variant.
New Jersey has set aside $4 million in its recently enacted budget for long-needed repairs to the Wildwood boardwalk. But city officials say the walkway needs work that could cost $60 million.
Atlantic City will remain under state control for another four years after Gov. Phil Murphy’s signing of a bill extending the takeover of most of the city’s major decision-making power.
New Jersey lawmakers advanced Tuesday a record $46.4 billion budget, a 15% increase over last year, boosting the state’s public pension payment, allocating hundreds of millions for tax givebacks and setting aside almost $4 billion to cover debt.
New Jersey on Friday hit Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy’s goal of vaccinating 4.7 million people.
New Jersey’s gubernatorial election came into focus Wednesday, with Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy defending his progressive record and Republican Jack Ciattarelli homing in on affordability and taxes.
New Jersey will allow fully vaccinated employees to drop masks and social distancing on Friday if they can prove they have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
The measure, which passed with Democrats in favor and Republicans against, ends most of the more than 100 executive orders that Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy enacted to address the pandemic, but leaves about a dozen of them in place until January.
Just in time for Memorial Day weekend, Chris O'Connell talks with people who are thrilled to see the end of masks in N.J. and ready to return to normal
This Friday, New Jersey residents will be able to take off their masks in most indoor settings as case counts have dropped and vaccinations efforts have continued.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy on Wednesday rolled out three new vaccine incentives to push residents to get their shots, including a free glass of wine, a state park pass and a chance to win dinner with the Murphys.
While Governor Phil Murphy announced students will head back to school in the fall and lifted the travel advisory, SEPTA and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania raised capacity limits.
The governor said it’s “only a matter of time,” perhaps weeks before the mask mandate is lifted in New Jersey.