The Division of Travel and Tourism within would identify and develop a craft brewery trail featuring some of the state’s best brewpubs and breweries.
The New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association (NJSIAA) announced new start dates for the Winter sport season.
Gov. Phil Murphy announced new gathering restrictions aimed at reducing the coronavirus second wave.
New Jersey’s manufacturing sector received a boost with the passing of legislation by both the Senate and Assembly to create a permanent funding source for the New Jersey Extension Program, Inc.
After New Jerseyans resoundingly endorsed adult use of recreational marijuana, legislation to enact the will of the people passed key committees in both the Assembly and State Senate.
Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal issued a statement noting the the ballot measure to legalize marijuana made clear unregulated marijuana wasn’t legalized in the state.
Bipartisan legislation in the Assembly could help the more than 7,000 home-based businesses that are started in the Garden State
New Jersey legislators in the Assembly are pursuing a bill aiming to protect voters from intimidation through the use of “poll watchers” and law enforcement officers stationed at polling sites.
The measure would help to strengthen the state’s stockpiles, which faced severe shortages of masks, gloves, gowns, and other personal protective equipment at the height of the coronavirus pandemic.
Democratic nominee Joe Biden leads President Donald Trump, 53% to 39%, among registered voters in the new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll.
New Jersey’s Senate Republicans launched an online petition to investigate the 7,000 deaths reported at the state’s long-term care facilities, including nursing and veterans homes.
A bipartisan bill permitting the use of campaign funds to pay for childcare in certain instances heads to the desk of Gov. Phil Murphy after passing in the Assembly.
New Jersey state officials reluctantly submitted an application to the FEMA for Lost Wages Supplemental Assistance program.
Three Assemblywomen will introduce legislation requiring school districts to provide remote instruction to start the 2020-2021 school year.