Several food banks across the Garden State will receive federal funding to help them address a spike in those in need of help during the COVID-19 crisis, according to Gov. Phil Murphy.
Gov. Phil Murphy joined his fellow governors in New York and Connecticut in announcing travel restrictions for those entering the tri-state region
While New Jersey’s COVID-19 curve has been flattening, North Jersey legislators are working to steer federal funding to help one of the hardest hit states in the country continue with recovery efforts.
Sen. Bob Menendez unveiled a bipartisan agreement to deliver federal resources to states and communities on the frontline of the coronavirus pandemic. The fund will encompass $500 billion.
New Jersey will receive more than $160 million in federal funding to support airports in the state, which have been hit particularly hard by the current public health and economic crisis.
New Jersey lawmakers are working to ensure funding provided to New Jersey through the Coronavirus Aid, Response, and Economic Security (CARES) Act makes its way counties including to Warren, Sussex and Morris as they were unable to receive funding due to program limitations.
New Jersey lawmakers are doing everything in their power to assist first responders in attaining the equipment and funding needed, as EMS personnel, firefighters and police officers are continuously in direct daily contact with thousands of people who have contracted the novel coronavirus.
Reps. Josh Gottheimer, Mikie Sherrill, and Tom Malinowski helped secure $1.7 million in funding for Zufall Health Centers under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act.
Rep. Josh Gottheimer (NJ-5) and State Sen. Steve Oroho (R-24) are teaming up to secure more federal coronavirus aid for Warren and Sussex counties. The
Gov. Phil Murphy provided evidence the tactics employed by his administration were slowing down the pandemic for the first time since the residents of New
New Jersey will receive over $82 million in federal grants through the COVID-19 emergency stimulus package, according to officials. During a press conference April 2
The first field hospital to free up hospitals to deal with COVID-19 patients will open starting April 6. The 250-bed hospital at the Meadowlands Exposition