Gov. Phil Murphy expects to offer a timeline for further easing of coronavirus restriction next week.
New Jersey lawmakers and members of the law enforcement community offered their comments after the verdict convicting Derek Chauvin of murder.
The GOP State Senator does not want to see a repeat of last year when schools cancelled their traditional graduation ceremonies at the outset of the coronavirus pandemic.
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.
New Jersey schools will be allowed to hold in-person graduation ceremonies beginning July 6.
Outdoor school graduations in New Jersey following social distancing rules necessitated by COVID-19 will be allowed starting July 6.
Though state officials recently announced in-person graduation ceremonies would be prohibited due to the COVID-19 crisis, Gov. Phil Murphy offered some hope traditional commencements could happen.
Auto sales and motorcycle dealerships in New Jersey can resume sales from their showrooms starting May 20 with social distancing restrictions.
In the wake of two North Jersey residents testing positive for the coronavirus, the state Senate introduced bipartisan legislation allowing school districts to continue educating students