The weather is the latest obstacle New Jersey officials are facing when it comes to administering the COVID-19 vaccine to state residents.
Rep. Tom Malinowski stated the misguided Trump policy was standing in the way of further advancing the tunnel portion of the Gateway project.
Two of New Jersey’s six coronavirus vaccine mega-sites had to close for at least a day because of the lack of available doses.
Federal, state and local lawmakers in New Jersey view the nomination of Peter Buttigieg as Transportation Secretary as a positive for the state.
London Bridge Associates contends that the two existing tubes can be refurbished five years quicker than building a new crossing because work could begin sooner and be less costly.
In an exclusive interview with North-JerseyNews.com, Rep. Mickie Sherrill talks about her priorities in her return to Washington and lessons Dems need to learn from the election.
After winning a third term to serve New Jersey’s 5th Congressional District, Rep. Josh Gottheimer believes the party can use his success as a blueprint moving forward.
New Jersey would develop an infection prevention and control plan for the state’s nursing homes under proposed legislation.
the Democratic Congress members met with workforce leaders at Picatinny Arsenal and received a briefing from Brigadier General Vincent Malone on recent developments at the base.
The Murphy Administration recently unveiled availability of grant applications for school security, water infrastructure improvements, and enhancement of career and technical education in county vocational-technical school districts and county colleges across the Garden State.
“We crafted this budget as we fought this pandemic together,” said Murphy at a signing ceremony in Trenton Sept. 29. “This is the ultimate walk-and-chew-gum moment, and we rose to meet it.”
New Jersey towns and counties can borrow money to cover unexpected costs from the coronavirus and to make up for revenue shortfalls under a bill Gov. Phil Murphy signed into law
As of 8 p.m. July 15, the 50% capacity limits on NJ Transit (NJT) and private-carrier buses, trains, light rail vehicles and Access Link vehicles is lifted
Gov. Phil Murphy said raw materials have stressed testing labs and their turnaround time has clearly slowed due to spikes of COVID-19 in the U.S.