Gov. Phil Murphy believes the first day of school will be in person next year.
Assemblyman Robert Auth (R-39) entered the race to be his party’s nominee this November backed by Carole Cardinale, State Sen. Gerald Cardinale widow.
For March 1, the state reported 2,668 new confirmed COVID-19 cases and 21 confirmed deaths, bringing those respective cumulative totals to 792,496 and 23,273.
Rep. Josh Gottheimer is urging the U.S. State Department to label the Proud Boys and other violent extremist groups involved in storming the U.S. Capitol as domestic terrorists.
the COVID-19 vaccine from New Brunswick based Johnson & Johnson, the third vaccine approved to fight the coronavirus in the United States, shipped out Feb. 28.
Over the Feb. 27 and 28, the state reported 5,812 new confirmed COVID-19 cases and 64 confirmed deaths, bringing those respective cumulative totals to 789,356 and 23,252.
After a long year, we are here to declare better days are ahead and closer than it seems, thanks in large part to the sacrifices New Jerseyans have made in the past year.
The U.S. Citizenship Act of 2021 includes an expedited pathway to citizenship for 11 million undocumented immigrants and new technology at the southern border.
For Feb. 26, the state reported 3,149 new confirmed COVID-19 cases and 46 confirmed deaths, bringing those respective cumulative totals to 782,833 and 23,192.
New Jersey lawmakers are looking to create an independent advocate to help vulnerable populations that are under state supervision.
State officials forecast the Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine could be ready for distribution in New Jersey by the second week of March.
New Jersey is taking steps to prohibit auto insurance companies from using a driver’s credit score, occupation and education as factors to establish coverage rates.
For Feb. 25, the state reported 3,079 new confirmed COVID-19 cases and 70 confirmed deaths, bringing those respective cumulative totals to 778,963 and 23,147.
Assemblywoman Jean Stanfield introduced articles of impeachment against Department of Corrections Commissioner Marcus Hicks with the bipartisan backing of prime sponsors Assemblywomen Valerie Vainieri Huttle (D-37) and Nancy Munoz (R-21).