N.J. launches ‘COVID-19 transparency’ website

Gov. Phil Murphy announced the launch of the state’s COVID-19 Oversight website — a site he said will provide transparency and public confidence in the expenditure of federal recovery funds as the state continues...

N.J. is headed for spot on quarantine list. Here’s why it may not impact...

With 1,282 announced new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday, New Jersey is all but certain to land on the 14-day quarantine advisory list it uses along with the states of New York and Connecticut. But,...

Shakeup at Military and Veteran Affairs receives bipartisan support

The shakeup at the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs and the removal of the heads of the state’s veterans’ homes in Paramus and Menlo Park on Friday was met with bipartisan support. Republican State...

N.J. (823 new cases) continues to hover near quarantine line

New Jersey is still reporting COVID-19 numbers that show the state is close to being placed on its own quarantine list. On Friday, the state announced 823 new COVID-19 cases, bringing its rolling seven-day average...

Murphy extends utility shutoff prohibition through March

Since March, most New Jerseyans have been isolating in their homes, causing utility expenses to rise above the norm. With the winter months approaching, Gov. Phil Murphy took action Thursday that he said would...

Virtua Health to unveil Mobile Grocery Store later this month

Virtua Health said it will unveil its latest innovation to improve food access in Camden and Burlington counties, the Eat Well Mobile Grocery Store, later this month. The health system’s grocery store-on-wheels — created from...

Christie says he spent 7 days in ICU — admits he was ‘wrong’ to...

Former Gov. Chris Christie said Thursday that he spent seven days in intensive care at Morristown Medical Center for treatment for COVID-19 — an experience he said taught him that the virus should be...

Riverside Oral Surgery acquires two practices in expansion move

Riverside Oral Surgery, a River Edge-based health care practice, has acquired two new locations, giving it six across the Garden State. Riverside said its two new sites will be in Chatham and Edison, giving it...

Technology fills critical void as long-term living communities prepare for COVID’s 2nd wave

As we enter the fall season, the chance of resurgence in COVID-19 cases remains top of mind, especially for health care providers. Just like we’ve seen in Britain, France, Germany and other European countries, New...

Middlesex County, Hoboken start giving out COVID grant funds to small businesses

Local governments have begun issuing grant funding to small businesses from their share of federal CARES Act money, with Middlesex County and Hoboken among those announcing awards this week. Middlesex County announced it would award...

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Murphy vetoes bill that would have reimbursed N.J. restaurateurs for summer start/stop

Gov. Phil Murphy has pledged his support for all small businesses throughout this pandemic — including the restaurant industry. But, on Monday he vetoed a...

Outdoor alcohol service allowed to continue through March

The restaurant industry has taken a heavy blow. Since March, dining capacity and COVID regulations have forced many establishments to lay off staff, change...

Walters opens income-restricted apartment community in Howell

The first residents have moved into an income-restricted housing community in Howell, according to developer Walters. The Barnegat-based developer said in a news release that...

AECOM sells N.J.-based Power Construction division to private equity firm

The former Power Construction division of infrastructure and engineering firm AECOM has formally launched as an independent company after the completion of its sale...

Save your life, get a mammogram

Are you one of those women who puts herself last on your list of priorities, delaying mammograms and other health screenings? Now, with COVID-19,...