State officials are investigating the caravan of President Donald Trump supporters that disrupted traffic on the Garden State Parkway.
Gov. Phil Murphy and the head of the New Jersey State Police labeled the actions of Trump supporters as “dangerous” when they blocked off the Garden State Parkway on Nov. 1.
State officials plan to use “hotspot” teams used successfully in Lakewood in October to combat the second wave of the coronavirus in New Jersey.
Gov. Phil Murphy reached agreement with Democratic legislator leaders to finance a middle class tax rebate by raising the rates on millionaires
State officials say the daily positive percent rate among young adults for the coronavirus has climbed to a level that is “really striking” compared to the rest of the residents in New Jersey.
Four key GOP state senators have offered a budget for 2021 they say does not rely on the billions of dollars of borrowing and tax increases proposed by Gov. Phil Murphy.
A recent Fairleigh Dickinson University poll found residents of the Garden State are opposed to the recent toll hikes scheduled to go into effect, fueled by distrust of the policy makers who allowed the rate hikes to go through.
Gov. Phil Murphy, for the second time in as many days, attacked Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s plan not to offer additional aid to states battling the COVID-19 crisis.
State health officials announced guidance for youth camps and summer recreation programs to follow in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis.
State officials are worried about a potential spike in COVID-19 cases in New Jersey due to protests and marches over the death of George Floyd.
Gov. Phil Murphy plans to give more specifics on the reopening of the New Jersey May 29 even as state officials expressed concerns about some recent COVID-19 spikes in significant data points.
The state’s COVID-19 testing capacity has reached a key milestone in Gov. Phil Murphy’s Road Back plan to reopen New Jersey.
everal North Jersey legislators and advocacy groups are urging Gov. Phil Murphy to reconsider the New Jersey Turnpike Authority’s (NJTA) $24 billion capital plan—which includes $16 billion for highway widening projects—and put the money towards mass transit upgrades.
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.