New Jersey has announced another 200 deaths from the coronavirus, with Gov. Phil Murphy saying the state has now lost nearly 100 more people than the number of residents killed during the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
Flags in New Jersey will fly at half-staff indefinitely to honor the people who died from COVID-related causes. The number of positive cases in the state is nearly 30,000.
More and more museums are offering virtual tours and now the Grammy Museum Experience at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey is sharing a musical Mini Masterclass.
Jazz guitarist John “Bucky” Pizzarelli, who was inducted to the New Jersey Hall of Fame, has died at the age of 94.
The coronavirus pandemic continues to hit public servants hard in the tristate area. Correctional Police Officer Bernard Waddell Sr. of the Hudson County Sheriff's Office has died from COVID-19-related causes, New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy announced on Thursday.
In what has not been previously suggested, the New Jersey governor suggested people practice social distancing in their own homes.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy said that the five hardest-hit counties are Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Union, and Middlesex.
New Jersey slashed regulations for some health care providers to make it easier for them to work confronting the coronavirus, Gov. Phil Murphy said Wednesday, as the death toll from the virus more than doubled to 355 since earlier this week.
Bryan and Michael Morin of Federico's Pizza in Belmar, New Jersey talk about their decision to take out a loan to keep their employees paid and employed.
A New Jersey emergency room doctor died just a week after he exhibited the first symptoms of coronavirus.
Wegmans is hiring over 500 positions in New Jersey.
Police in Newark, East Orange, Orange, and Irvington are stepping up enforcement on residents and businesses that break the lockdown rules and will file criminal charges against repeat offenders.
New Jersey's number of positive cases is near 19,000, up from about 16,000, while the death toll climbed from 198 to 267 overnight.
A Brooklyn man was arrested for allegedly coughing on FBI agents while claiming to have COVID-19, and with lying to them about a stash of surgical masks, medical gowns, and other medical supplies.
Capt. Douglas Linn Hickok died at a hospital in Pennsylvania, where he lived, according to the Department of Defense.
Gov. Phil Murphy said Monday that gun retailers, which were shuttered, will now be able to reopen but by appointment only.
The CDC urged residents of New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut to avoid "non-essential" travel within the United States for two weeks.
Child neglect charges were filed after parents threw a bar mitzvah party for their son that was attended by dozens of guests.
Additional ventilators are currently the New Jersey's biggest need to combat the coronavirus outbreak, Gov. Phil Murphy said Sunday.
Federico's Pizza in Belmar, New Jersey took out a $50,000 loan to ensure its workers have a job for at least the next two months, spurring a surge of pay-it-forward donations as they help keep people and essential workers fed.