The state of New Jersey will sue a shore town that has defied an executive order by authorizing indoor dining to begin on Monday.
Asbury Park, the Jersey shore city often associated with Bruce Springsteen, is defying New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy's executive order and will allow limited indoor dining at its restaurants.
A police officer was injured and a journalist was among 12 people arrested as officers sought to enforce a curfew following a protest of the Minneapolis death of George Floyd.
Beachgoers at the Jersey Shore would have to tether their beach umbrellas to the sand to prevent them from flying off and injuring people under a recently introduced bill.
Authorities say new DNA tests have allowed them to solve the rape and murder of a woman whose body was found at the boardwalk of a seaside city in New Jersey nearly three decades ago.