NJ goes to Biden: Live NJ election 2020 results
New Jersey's carries 14 electoral votes
NJ approves legal marijuana: Live NJ election 2020 results
During his run for office, Gov. Phil Murphy had campaigned for legalization but the Democratic-controlled Legislature was unable to reach an agreement on how to proceed.
Report: White House knew Hicks had coronavirus, Trump came to NJ anyway
It wasn't immediately clear how many people were at the Bedminster event with Trump, and how close their contact with the president was.
Point Pleasant Beach cracks down on loud, slobbish, ‘heinous’ behavior
Officials in this Jersey Shore borough are cracking down on bad beach behavior including public drinking, littering and being too loud.
‘Reopen our economy now’ — Mayors complain that NJ moving too slow
The group, which includes mayors from both parties, said, “The time to lift or relax restrictions on all commerce is now.”
NJ & NY shut many businesses, eat-in dining starting Monday night
Bars, restaurants and movie theaters are being shuttered starting at 8 p.m. Monday throughout New York, New Jersey and Connecticut because of the novel coronavirus, the states' governors said. The governors in a joint call with media Monday morning said other non-essential businesses will have an 8 p...
Thursday: Ask Your Coronavirus Questions Live
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4th coronavirus case in NJ, Blue Cross will cover tests for free
The new coronavirus is now in Camden County.
Your ESPN is safe: Disney, FiOS reach deal to continue
Disney and Verizon FiOS appear to have reached a deal that would keep some or all of the former's content on the latter's television service.
Wells Fargo customers: Part of $575M settlement may be yours
New Jersey's share of the settlement will be $17 million.
NJ’s minimum wage goes up Jan. 1; Murphy and Dems want more
Most NJ residents are on board with a smaller hike than Murphy has planned.
Looks like NJ just OK’d $500M for schools — no one knows which ones
Voters have appeared to approve $500 million for new school construction projects — but won't know yet where that money is going. According to New Jersey 101.5 tallies, voters appeared to support a ballot question for the funding by approximately 52-48 percent Tuesday...