The pause on indoor sports due to the coronavirus pandemic was lifted for youth and high school sports in New Jerey.
The report comes out as the New Jersey had 11,413 total new cases reported and 69 new deaths over the weekend.
North-JerseyNews.com has endorsed Reps. Bill Pascrell, Donald Payne, Jr. and Albio Sires in their races to serve in the House of Representatives.
New Jersey is making available a mobile app in their bid to contain the spread of the coronavirus in the region.
Of the 3,000 schools in New Jersey, state officials have documented just 11 outbreaks of in-school transmission of the coronavirus.
With outbreaks and oversized house parties causing coronavirus flare ups around New Jersey, state officials pleaded with parents and young adults to follow COVID-19 protocols.
A bipartisan bill that would provide reimbursements to restaurants, bars and caterers that spent money for supplies in preparation of indoor dining was introduced in the state Senate.
n preparation of a potential second wave of COVID-19, State Sen. Robert Singer planned to introduce a bill that would improve pandemic resilience and readiness among local and county health departments.
Competing bills in the New Jersey’s Assembly and Senate would address concerns regarding essential workers diagnosed with COVID-19 by creating legal presumptions the disease was contracted on the job.
The New Jersey Assembly unanimously approved a resolution urging the President and Congress to establish a student loan forgiveness program for healthcare first responders.
A bipartisan bill designed to help consumers contend with financial insecurities caused by the COVID-19 pandemic passed the state Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee.
Sen. Bob Menendez sent a letter to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, calling upon him to release internal documents on the department’s history with the coronavirus.
New Jersey’s Senate contingent partnered with their New York counterparts to introduce legislation giving the families of first responders lost to COVID-19 access to public service.
A job-sharing furlough bill put forth by State Sen. President Steve Sweeney could save up to $750 million for workers, businesses, and taxpayers has received bipartisian support from two key lawmakers.