Gov. Phil Murphy said a statewide shutdown to stop the spread of the coronavirus is still “on the table” but believes it can be avoided.
Food insecurity is being heightened as a result of the COVID-19 crisis. Many North Jersey food banks and food providers have experienced an increase in demand since the pandemic started and need our help.
The majority of the money, $70 million in total, will be distributed to restaurants, microbusinesses, and other small businesses through Phase 3 of the New Jersey Economic Development Authority Small Business Emergency Assistance Grant Program.
Gov. Phil Murphy signed an Executive Order allowing the resumption of contact practices and competitions in indoor settings for organized sports.
County and towns in Rep. Josh Gottheimer’s 5th Congressional District have received a total of $3 billion in federal investment from the bipartisan CARES Act.
The 50% capacity limits on NJ Transit (NJT) and private-carrier buses, trains, light rail vehicles and Access Link vehicles will be lifted effective 8 p.m. July 15.
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 called out the State Senate, pushing them to move on a borrowing bill that has languished in the upper chamber for three months.
Sen. Cory Booker introduced the Local Food Assistance and Resilient Markets (FARM) Act, legislation to strengthen local and regional food systems.
State health officials announced guidance for youth camps and summer recreation programs to follow in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis.
Health Commissioner Judy Persichilli recently held discussions with Germany’s Minister of Health Jens Spahn about their efforts in containing COVID-19 and tracing the virus throughout their country.
New Jersey will increase the mandatory uses of gloves and social distancing for NJ Transit. The executive order limits NJ Transit trains and buses to
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) will continue to provide school lunches through spring break this school year after New Jersey lawmakers’ pressed the case