Gov. Phil Murphy announced new gathering restrictions aimed at reducing the coronavirus second wave.
More than 5,000 new coronavirus cases were reported in New Jersey over the weekend.
The number of COVID-19 hospitalizations passed over 1,000 for the first time since July in New Jersey.
Of the 3,000 schools in New Jersey, state officials have documented just 11 outbreaks of in-school transmission of the coronavirus since classes started in September.
Democratic lawmakers introduced a $32.7 billion, nine-month state budget proposal that increases taxes on millionaires and corporations, boosts the state’s surplus to more than $2.5 billion and calls for $4.5 billion in borrowing to help close a revenue shortfall.
All but one of the New Jersey House delegation wants the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to reverse a policy that will no longer provide emergency reimbursement for school systems
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.
As the doors begin to open at schools in North Jersey, state officials went through the events that would cause a school to close due
A New Jersey School Boards Association (NJSBA) report outlines how and where New Jersey’s school districts face challenges with their reopening plans
North Jersey lawmakers on the state and federal levels are seeking to make sure meal programs are available to children returning to school this year.
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
Gov. Phil Murphy and the Office of the Secretary of Higher Education are awarding $150 million in federal CARES Act funds to eligible higher education institutions.
New Jersey schools will have the option of staying closed and teaching virtually if they meet a list of conditions to begin the school year.
Gov. Phil Murphy said schools districts that cannot meet all health and safety standards as a result of the coronavirus will be allowed their school year with all-remote learning.