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Owners of closed gyms warn time is short for their survival
Gyms were closed in mid-March and still don't know when the state will allow them to reopen. Some never will.
'Facts do evolve,' Murphy tells school leaders preparing for fall
Some school superintendents are voicing frustration with what they call a lack of state guidance on a safe return to classrooms as New Jersey remains stalled in Phase 2 of its pandemic reopening.
NJ's COVID-19 rates trending lower — but also younger
Health officials believe more younger residents are becoming infected.
Don't worry about the lines: NJ MVC has cleared COVID-19 backlog
The head of the Commission also says a new cleaning protocol is helping to keep more agency offices open, so more transactions are being processed.
After months at home, how will pets cope when we go back to work?
We all love spending time with our pets, but many have been at our sides almost constantly during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Couple who hit, spit at Zumiez employee are identified & charged
Toms River Police have identified and charged the man and woman who spit at and hit a Zumiez employee in the Ocean County Mall whose only request of them was to put on their face coverings.
Restaurants want indoor dining, but Murphy isn't budging
"Our restaurants are certainly safer than house parties where these celebrations are occurring because restaurants and banquet halls are not open," said Marilou Halvorsen, president of the New Jersey Restaurant & Hospitality Association.
TCNJ goes all virtual for fall, Rider sets deadline to decide
Rider University set a deadline of August 17 for the state to move to phase 3 of the its "Road Back" plan or it will go virtual as well.
Festival of Ballooning grounded by coronavirus pandemic
"How irresponsible would it be to bring in 150,000 plus people who might be responsible for a spread?"
NJ indoor gatherings now capped at 25 people, 'period'
The tighter restriction won't apply to weddings, funerals, memorial services, religious or political activities.
Almost all students will wear masks in school — now mandatory
The state had already recommended face coverings at all times in an effort to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus.