Ocean County Positive Covid-19 Cases Climb To 2,021
Lakewood Township has 690 of the 2,021 cases in Ocean County. Toms River has the second most with 336, Brick has 218 cases.
Keep your distance: Walmart, Target have new rules for shopping
Target and Walmart are adapting to the pandemic and implementing new rules and measures to help slow the spread of the novel coronavirus.
Cheers, Tito's! NJ gets sanitizer, supplies from Texas distillery
Here's something people in New Jersey can drink to.
CDC Now Recommends Wearing Cloth Face Masks in Public
The Centers for Disease Control is now recommending that you wear a cloth mask when in public. In a new release released Friday, CDC said:
Monmouth County Positive Covid-19 Cases Climb To 1,743
Middletown has the most cases for any town with 156, Manalapan has 152 and Howell has 143.
Ocean County Positive Covid-19 Cases Climb To 1,710
Lakewood Township has 599 of the 1,710 cases in Ocean County. Toms River has the second most with 280, Brick has 174 cases.
Former NJ lawmaker calls for tax holiday for coronavirus workers
Port Authority chairman Kevin O'Toole wants to thank front line heroes "who deal with death and making life altering decisions."
Flags in NJ will fly at half-staff indefinitely as deaths rise
Gov. Phil Murphy on Friday ordered flags across the state to half-staff indefinitely to commemorate people who died from COVID-19.
Ocean County Sheriff Has Important Message: "No Means NOOO!!"
A Jersey Shore police officer got sick of people disregarding the rules set in place....so he took a rather direct approach....
Driver, officials resolute: No one’s bringing kids to Lakewood schools
Lakewood's Board of Education attorney Michael Inzelbuch said two more buses were stopped by police near the Toms River border.
Ocean County secures another week of drive-thru testing at OCC
The Ocean County Health Department has a trifecta of good news amid the Covid-19 pandemic as they will have another round of drive-thru testing available next week at Ocean County College, the amount of daily appointments is going from 180 to 216 and there are additional testing sites in the works.
Shore Congressman says emergency funding is heading to District 4
There is more than $4.5 million in emergency funding being awarded to local governments in New Jersey's Fourth Congressional District via the CARES Act which will help areas stabilize and recover from the economic impacts of the coronavirus pandemic.