Scheduled school and fire district elections on April 20 as well as the municipal nonpartisan elections scheduled for May 11 will be conducted in person after last year’s elections were held primarily by mail-in ballot
New Jersey-based Johnson & Johnson findings for its COVID-19 vaccine trial released Jan. 29 showed effectiveness believed high enough to warrant approval.
A Sussex County gym owner has been arrested for allegedly shoving and punching a police officer while participating in the attack on the U.S. Capitol Jan. 6.
President-elect Joe Biden will be sworn in as the 46th President of the United States today.
Bills making their way through the legislature continue efforts to reform how policing is conduct in New Jersey.
As President-elect Joe Biden gets set to take office, Gov. Phil Murphy and Rep. Josh Gottheimer expressed support for the American Rescue Plan.
The bill was crafted in response and encouraged by a national dialogue on incidents occurring during routine law enforcement stops.
Gov. Phil Murphy delivered a virtual State of the State on Jan. 12 that was a mix of accompaniments of his administration as well as items still left undone as he prepares to campaign for a second term.
As a new year is rung in, there are a spate of new laws that are going into effect.
Gov. Phil Murphy affirmed he is not slated to receive the COVID-19 vaccine anytime soon under current New Jersey protocols.
The police reform policy, which is the first of its kind in the United States, emphasizes de-escalation and calls for the use of force as a last resort by New Jersey’s law enforcement officers.
Gov. Phil Murphy urged New Jerseyans to remain inside their bubble for Christmas, New Year’s Eve
New Jersey health officials will be on hand when the vaccine is administered for the first time in the Garden State.
A Hopatcong woman was arrested at her home Nov. 25 on charges she sent money to a Syrian foreign terrorist organization.