New Jersey recently committed $60 million in CARES Act funding to fulfill small business grants.
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.
State officials are investigating the caravan of President Donald Trump supporters that disrupted traffic on the Garden State Parkway.
State officials plan to use “hotspot” teams used successfully in Lakewood in October to combat the second wave of the coronavirus in New Jersey.
North-JerseyNews.com has endorsed Reps. Bill Pascrell, Donald Payne, Jr. and Albio Sires in their races to serve in the House of Representatives.
President Donald Trump and the First Lady Melania have tested positive for the coronavirus.
Federal and state lawmakers highlighted International Overdose Awareness Day Aug. 31 by announcing funding and new programs to fight the opioid epidemic in New Jersey.
Rep. Donald M. Payne, Jr., visited three New Jersey post offices in his district to get a first-hand view and account of how the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) was contending with issues stemming from Trump Administration orders.
Rep. Josh Gottheimer visited local post office in Paramus to highlight nationwide Postal Service interference and delay issues impacting the delivery of absentee ballots, medication to seniors and veterans, Social Security benefits, paychecks and tax returns.
Rep. Josh Gottheimer took aim at GOP senators who treat New Jersey as a “piggy bank” but are balking at helping the Garden State as it attempts to recover from the COVID-19 crisis.
Gov. Phil Murphy characterized the executive orders President Donald Trump signed as doing little to help the economy and the immediate needs of those out of a job.
Three Assemblywomen will introduce legislation requiring school districts to provide remote instruction to start the 2020-2021 school year.
North Jersey politicians were able to target billions of dollars for the Garden State to improve transportation, envisioning roads and rails running much smoother in the state under a recently passed federal infrastructure bill.
Rep. Josh Gottheimer placed the blame for the lack of a national plan allowing the coronavirus to spread and ensuing economic fallout with the man at the top, Donald Trump.