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All students and teachers will return to NJ classrooms in the fall
Gov. Phil Murphy announced that the remote option for instruction would expire with the end of this school year.
NJ ends outdoor masking requirement in public places
Gov. Phil Murphy on Monday signed an executive order repealing the state's general outdoor masking requirement but rules about masking in indoor public places remains in place.
Move over, COVID: Tick diseases running rampant in NJ
Jersey residents testing negative for COVID should consider getting tested for Lyme disease, according to the head of the Lyme Disease Association
NJ residents ready to take on summer like it’s 2019
Summer 2021 is creeping up on us. How different will it be from the last?
NJ food & retail workers thank Murphy for not making them ‘vaccine cops’
A union for food and retail staffers says the governor's policy hanging onto a mask mandate amid the CDC guidance shows "leadership."
Murphy intends to end NJ’s ‘state of emergency’ in June
The pandemic may officially be coming to an end.
NJ ‘not there yet’ on ending mask mandate — You can’t tell who’s vaccinated
NJ 'not there yet' on lifting masks: Can't tell who's vaccinated
Here’s the latest help that NJ businesses can expect from the state
A sweeping legislative package is being introduced to offer almost a quarter of a billion dollars in across-the-board assistance.
Anti-mask NJ school nurse loses job: Stafford school board votes her out
Erin Pein said she will continue to advocate against children being required to wear masks and is planning several rallies.
Demand accountability and rat out unemployment abuse in NJ, employers say
As the state reopening continues, businesses across Jersey complain finding workers is more and more difficult
NJ nonprofits slowly emerge from pandemic, but still need help
The pandemic has been a "long haul" for these charities, much like the symptoms experienced by some who've had the virus.
Rules released for new COVID aid – now NJ needs its $6.4B plan
Guidance from the Treasury Departments gives states and local governments wide but not unlimted discretion on how the funds will be spent.