Police, Firefighters will be able to retire earlier due to Covid burnout, under Ocean Coun…
Police and Firefighters were among those on the front lines performing their jobs under extraordinary sets of circumstances.
NJ doing better than Murphy’s best-case scenario for summer
Coronavirus metrics are better than the “best case scenario” model predicted but the governor won’t expand capacity limits or offer any graduation guidance yet.
Gov. Murphy to NJ: The pandemic is horrible, not overblown
He describes the health crisis is “incredibly serious” and rejects suggestions by some the virus poses a minuscule risk to most state residents.
Who’s got shots? Here’s the most and least vaccinated NJ counties
With eligibility now widened to all 16 and older — where have the most adults already been fully vaccinated in New Jersey?
Hackensack Meridian Health offering to help you ensure the office is Covid protected
As more people head back to work over the next few weeks and months Hackensack Meridian Health is offering to help you make sure the office is Covid safe.
Play ball: NJ minor league teams set to return after 2020 hiatus
Going to a game is going to be different for many reasons, most related to COVID-19, but also because the very landscape of New Jersey minor league baseball has shifted since 2019.
COVID-19 vaccine requirement keeps NJ teams home from tournament
The Cooperstown Dreams Park Tournament is requiring participants 12 and older to get a COVID-19 vaccination even through none has been approved for their use.
COVID vaccines: 17 myths, misconceptions and scientific facts
Here are some of the most rampant social media rumors on COVID-19 vaccines currently being distributed in the U.S. and the real, science-based answers.
Could there be mobile Covid testing and vaccine sites on boardwalks this summer?
There has been pepped up demand for mobile vaccination units to be rolled out for months to help those especially who are homebound or are restricted to being home or unable to travel.
NJ doing poorly keeping COVID down but Murphy sees ‘light at end of tunnel’
Nevertheless Gov. Phil Murphy remains convinced we will be in a "much better and different place" by Memorial Day
NJ landlords fight back: Lawsuit challenges Murphy executive order
The governor’s executive order protects tenants but does nothing for landlords who rely on rent to pay mortgages, insurance and other day to day costs
Ocean County launching $18M rental assistance relief program
Tenants and landlords will benefit from the program, which is covering up to six months' back rent for eligible county applicants.