North Jersey politicians weighed in with their thoughts on President Joe Biden’s address.
With the increasing digital divide in the state being made more apparent, New Jersey lawmakers have taken steps recently to provide expanded broadband internet access for residents.
Jersey City reverses course and will begin in-school instruction April 29.
For April 21, the state reported 2,961 new confirmed COVID-19 cases and 46 confirmed deaths, bringing those respective cumulative totals to 987,350 and 25,271.
Gov. Phil Murphy is standing firm on his administration’s decisions to borrow $4.4 billion to avoid budget cuts last year due to the coronavirus.
Results from the state’s wastewater testing program in Bergen County indicates the pandemic is not yet over.
Races in several North Jersey legislative districts, including those in the 26, 31, 37 and 39, will have incumbents on the primary ballot running against the pick of the party
New Jersey will open COVID-19 vaccinations eligibility to people 16 and older starting April 19
On average, students lost 30% of expected learning in English and 36% in math during the first half of the 2020-12 school year
Gov. Phil Murphy signed into law a bill that now requires early voting hours in New Jersey this Fall.
State lawmakers representing Districts 24 and 36 are urging Gov. Phil Murphy to use American Rescue Plan funds on education and the economy.
For March 24, the state reported 3,227 new confirmed COVID-19 cases and 28 confirmed deaths, bringing those respective cumulative totals to 877,936 and 24,292.
Any plans to ease coronavirus restrictions in the Garden State are being delayed as new cases are no longer declining.
One bill would allow students to repeat the grade level which they were enrolled while another seeks to mandate training on remote teaching for new teachers.