‘Small but possible’ risk of rare disorder from Johnson & Johnson vaccine
Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine may pose a “small possible risk” of a rare but potentially dangerous neurological reaction, U.S. health officials said Monday.
Smoking will be allowed again at Atlantic City casinos starting July 4
New Jersey's yearlong coronavirus-inspired ban on smoking in Atlantic City casinos will end Sunday, just in time for the Fourth of July holiday.
Bill Cosby to be released from PA prison: conviction overturned
At a state prison near Philadelphia, the embattled entertainer has served more than two years of a three- to 10-year sentence for sex assault.
NJ closes some hazardous ‘blue hole’ swimming spots for summer
The state DEP closed small areas in five counties — from Ocean to Morris — for the season after a spike in visitors created an "unsafe environment."
Amazon hiring hundreds in NJ, $100 bonus for having COVID vaccine
The online retail giant is looking to bring on 75,000 new workers ahead of Prime Day, nationwide.
Peloton recalls treadmills after child dies, ‘disturbing’ video showing injury
Peloton is recalling its treadmills after one child died and 29 other children suffered from cuts, broken bones and other injuries from being pulled under the rear of the treadmill.
Off-shore wind project will put cables under 2 of NJ’s hottest beaches
A large offshore wind energy project planned off the coast of New Jersey will connect onshore to two former power plants, and cables will run under two of the state's most popular beaches, officials said Tuesday.
For months, fish have been dying in NJ rivers and bays
New Jersey environmental authorities are working to identify the bacteria that appears to be killing fish in several waterways.
Body of missing kayaker, 78, recovered from Monmouth County river
The man was reported missing Friday morning after he took a kayak out on the Navesink River and failed to return.
Murphy signs new marijuana law: Parents must be notified
New Jersey parents must be notified if their minor child is caught buying or possessing marijuana under a bill Gov. Phil Murphy signed into law Friday.
Biden administration cancels $10M in student debt for NJ residents
reversal of a Trump administration policy on predatory for-profit-schools means that hundreds of New Jersey residents will get millions in dollars in student loans forgiven.
Rutgers wins its first NCAA tournament game since 1983
The drought is over for Rutgers, which will face No. 2 seed Houston on Sunday.