It's Been A Year Since COVID-19 Arrived In NJ: A Look Back
It has officially been a year since the first reported novel coronavirus case in the Garden State. Here is what has happened since.
Hudson County Gets 1,500 Doses Of Johnson & Johnson Vaccine
The county will also help open two vaccination sites in churches in the Bergen Lafayette and Heights sections of Jersey City next week.
How NJ Teachers Will Get COVID Vaccines: New Information Released
Despite an edict from President Joe Biden to prioritize teachers, New Jersey educators will get vaccinated after those previously eligible.
Family Files Suit In Middlesex County Over Fatal Carnival Ride
The same amusement ride that ejected a South Jersey girl, 10, in 2019, causing her death, has been used yearly at the Middlesex County Fair.
Third Coronavirus Stimulus Checks: What To Expect In New Jersey
The Senate is deliberating on a $1.9 trillion relief bill that directly aids families, states, cities and the unemployed.
Gas Prices Rising In NJ: When To Expect Relief At The Pump
Experts warn that March could be among the most expensive months for gasoline prices nationwide.
NJ Lagging Behind In Vaccine Goal: See Latest Data
New Jersey has increased its pace on vaccinations but still has to make up ground to get on track for its six-month goal.
Dr. Oz Helps Cops Save NJ Man’s Life At Newark Airport
A Port Authority officer saw a man fall to the floor. He started CPR. And then television’s “Dr. Oz” came along. Here’s what happened next.
Montclair Child Luring Case Raises Concerns Of Other Victims: AG
A Montclair man tried to lure a boy he believed was 15-years-old to the township to have sex, authorities said.
NJ Lawmaker Wants To Make COVID Vaccines Mandatory For Kids
A Middlesex County lawmaker plans to introduce legislation that will require NJ children get the coronavirus vaccine, once one is approved.
Expect All NJ Schools To Reopen By Fall, Gov. Murphy Says
Gov. Murphy says New Jersey should expect all schools to reopen in the fall as COVID-19 vaccine availability continues to expand.
'Please Don't Sell, Mario' Beg Customers Of Hoboken Pizza Shop
After a Hoboken pizzeria owner posted on his Facebook page that he wanted to sell his corner restaurant for $4.25 million, begging ensued.
Coronavirus Life: The Safest Way To Get Your Health Screenings During COVID-19
Consumer Reports offers expert advice on handling colonoscopies and 5 other important tests during the pandemic.
More NJ COVID Vaccine Expansion: Clergy, Food Workers, Day Care
The governor has expanded COVID-19 vaccine eligibility again, this time to hundreds of thousands of additional New Jerseyans.
NJ Mother Gives Birth To 3rd Son, Dies Of COVID-19 Days Later
Joanna Jimenez died from complications of COVID-19 days after giving birth. A fundraiser has generated over $40,000 for her family.
NJ MVC Adds More In-Person Transactions By Appointment
The New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission (NJ MVC) announced the additional appointments as a way to improve service.
Bergen Lotto Player Nets $1 Million In Winnings
The ticket was sold at a Lyndhurst Stop & Shop, lottery officials announced.
Coronavirus Vaccine Availability To Expand To NJ Teachers
Gov. Phil Murphy announced Monday that he's expanding COVID-19 vaccine availability to teachers and others. Here's the latest.
WATCH LIVE: Gov. Murphy Issues NJ Coronavirus, Vaccines Update
WATCH LIVE: Gov. Murphy spoke on Monday and addressed schools and vaccines amid the coronavirus crisis.
What You Can Do Amid COVID In NJ – And What's Next With Vaccines
With many vaccinated in NJ, rules are shifting. Will more reopen, such as schools? Here's what you can (and can't) do right now amid COVID.