Legislators are pledging to put more money towards getting body-worn cameras by police officers off the ground.
The bill prohibits stores and foodservice businesses from distributing paper bags, disposable food containers and cups made out of polystyrene foam, starting in May 2022.
A Sussex County business owner sued Gov. Phil Murphy, claiming the state owes her for losses suffered due to New Jersey’s COVID-19-related shutdown.
The State Senate and Assembly passed a bipartisan measure (that would allocate $30 million to the Economic Development Authority through the CARES Act to reimburse restaurants.
New Jersey has reported its youngest fatality to date of an individual who tested positive for COVID-19. According to State Health Commissioner Judith Persichilli, officials “don’t know the primary cause of death at this time” for the 7-month-old baby and will continue looking into it.
New Jersey has secured $91.5 million from the Federal Railroad Administration for the replacement of the North Portal Bridge and to improve service along Amtrak’s Northeast Corridor rail line.
While State Sen. Anthony M. Bucco commended Gov. Phil Murphy’s focus on protecting the lives and health of New Jerseyans, the state senator believes more
A 32-year-old Fort Lee man is New Jersey’s first resident to be diagnosed with coronavirus. The patient arrived at the emergency department at Hackensack University
The New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency (NJHMFA) recently approved $29.1 million in funding for a 75-unit affordable senior housing development project in Paterson.
Gov. Phil Murphy proposed sweeping ethic reforms in Trenton, bolstered by bipartisan support in both the Assembly and Senate. The legislation package would strengthen restrictions
Gov. Phil Murphy said the state is beginning its review of current workplace standards and trainings in an effort to combat culture issues in Trenton.
Following recent events threatening the health of New Jerseyans, Rep. Josh Gottheimer pushed for a boost in federal investment to combat coronavirus. In a letter
New Jersey announced new initiatives to help schools and colleges in the state to support youth mental health. The programs will see the state’s Department
The key federal agency upgraded a project to improve the commute of those dependent on trains in North Jersey. The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) upgraded