About 40% of New Jerseyans will “probably” or “definitely” not get vaccinated against COVID-19 despite surging caseloads across the nation, according to the latest Rutgers-Eagleton
The New Jersey Fair Play Act, allowing college athletes to receive financial compensation for the use of their name, image or likeness, is now law in the Garden State.
An Emerson College Poll finds former Vice President Joe Biden expanding his lead in the Garden State, while Sen. Cory Booker appears ready to cruise to an easy re-election in November
Despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, recent tax payments are on track with expectations set by the state Department of Treasury.
A dozen New Jersey counties that didn’t previously qualify for federal monies to fight the coronavirus pandemic will share $37 million in aid, announced Gov. Phil Murphy and Rep. Josh Gottheimer.
With oversized house parties causing coronavirus flare ups around New Jersey, state officials pleaded with parents and young adults to follow COVID-19 protocols.
With outbreaks and oversized house parties causing coronavirus flare ups around New Jersey, state officials pleaded with parents and young adults to follow COVID-19 protocols.
The Trump Administration has rescinded its Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) directive requiring international students visas holders to take most of their classes in-person this fall.
The rate at which COVID-19 spreads from one person to another in New Jersey rose above 1.0. The rise will delay any plans for state officials had for another wave of reopenings anytime soon.
New Jersey ranks as one of the top states in the nation with the ability to contain COVID-19.
State officials gave an overview of what higher learning institutions will need to do to open this summer and fall in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
The state Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) recently added perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) and perfluorooctane sulfonic acid (PFOS) to New Jersey’s list of hazardous substances, set maximum advisory limits and required water utilities to start testing for both chemicals.
State officials are worried about a potential spike in COVID-19 cases in New Jersey due to protests and marches over the death of George Floyd.
New Jersey’s Department of Health released the rules for outdoor dining in the state starting June 15.