Beaches on the Jersey Shore and lake communities will open the Friday of Memorial Day Weekend, May 22.
New Jersey schools will remain closed the rest of the year. Gov. Phil Murphy made the announcement May 4, citing the need to “protect the health of our children, our educators, and their families. Guided by safety and science, this is the best course of action.”
“So far so good” were the early reports Gov. Phil Murphy received on the first day parks and golf courses reopened May 2.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy told residents he considers this weekend an “experiment” helping to guide officials on how to move forward in reopening the state. “This weekend is going to be an important one for us and an important sign for how we move forward,” said Murphy
Gov. Phil Murphy took the state’s case for federal aid needed as a result of the COVID-19 crisis directly to President Donald Trump.
Gov. Phil Murphy signed an executive order reopening parks and golf courses around the state. The order will take effect at sunrise on May 2 with social distancing continuing to be mandated.
Twenty-two days after announcing their closing, Gov. Phil Murphy signed an executive order reopening parks and golf courses around the state. The order will take effect at sunrise on May 2 with social distancing continuing to be mandated.
A day after rolling out his Road Back plan, Gov. Phil Murphy introduced the members of his Restart and Recovery Commission. The commission will be chaired by former Princeton University President Shirley Tilghman and Merck CEO Ken Frazier.
State Senator Steve Oroho and Assemblyman Hal Wirths said they believe golfing can safely resume as long as social distancing measures are taken.
The actions taken by Gov. Phil Murphy and his staff to combat the coronavirus has earned widespread support from residents in New Jersey, according to the Monmouth University Poll released Apr. 21.
Gov. Phil Murphy provided more statistical evidence social distancing is working in slowing the coronavirus from spreading even as health official predicted the peak of hospitalizations is only days away.
Several North Jersey Republican lawmakers are urging Gov. Phil Murphy to rescind his executive order closing all county and state parks during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Gov. Phil Murphy ordered all state and county parks closed indefinitely due to the coronavirus outbreak. The order is a result of people gathering in
In what he considers one of the few pockets left before ordering a full lockdown, Gov. Phil Murphy ordered all state and county parks closed