NJ towns could allow outdoor eating on roadways, sidewalks
The measure would allow towns to close off a street one or more days a week between Thursday and Sunday, and restrict it to pedestrian access.
How Hard Rock AC plans to be safe … whenever it opens
New Jersey still has not set a date for its nine casinos to reopen.
Man stabbed girlfriend to death, took their kids, cops say
Jeffrey Daniels, 36, was charged with murder, child endangerment and weapons offenses in the death of Michelle Burns, 36.
Fired health official: I was asked to do COVID-19 test as a political favor
He says the head of the state police tried to pull strings, and get a test for a family member of a top Murphy aide.
NJ planning a ‘wind port’ it says could being in $500M a year
New Jersey is making a bold play to grab a leading share of the growing offshore wind energy industry.
Casinos want cashless payments because of coronavirus
In NJ, they're legal, but the technology isn't there on the ground.
NJ will let you know about cops who’ve been in trouble, soon
“Today, we end the practice of protecting the few to the detriment of the many," the attorney general says.
What did and didn’t happen as Camden rethought policing
“There is no doubt that Camden is safer than it was in the austerity era. There’s a lot of doubt about whether that’s directly due to the new police force."
Judge halts Asbury Park plan for indoor dining before Murphy’s OK
This Jersey Shore municipality backed off Friday on its plans to offer indoor dining beginning Monday, in defiance of a state order.
How Cory Booker wants to change policing in America
The "Justice in Policing Act" comes after two weeks of protests following the Minneapolis death of George Floyd.