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New rules for indoor dining, returning to NJ on July 2
Eateries in New Jersey can begin to serve patrons indoors starting Thursday, July 2.
Back to school after 6 months at home: NJ releases new guidelines
If all goes well, teachers and students should be returning to school buildings in the fall.
Princeton has second thoughts and drops name of racist President Wilson
Following years of debate, Princeton University has dropped the name of Woodrow Wilson from its public policy school and residential college.
MVC delays reopening again, will be closed every Monday
Road tests and inspections are resuming Monday, June 29 but Motor Vehicle Commission offices have delayed their planned reopening to July 7.
Unions win delay, ask court to stop NJ plan to name and shame cops
Attorney General Gurbir Grewal last week announced that the State Police would release a list by July 15 of troopers disciplined in 430 cases.
NJ judge is scolded but won’t be punished for downplaying girl’s rape
Acknowledging that she chose her words poorly, a split judicial panel on Thursday declined to initiate disciplinary proceedings against a Family Court judge who downplayed the reported rape of a 12-year-old girl.
NJ court nixes retrial for man in notorious ’94 rape, murder
A man convicted twice in a notorious 1990s rape and murder in New Jersey has lost his bid for a new trial based on bite-mark evidence.
Bowling alleys, arcades, museums reopen July 2 — gyms can start, too
Gov. Phil Murphy on Wednesday announced another list of facilities that could open their doors to the public starting July 2.
NJ mandates quarantine for travelers from states struggling with COVID-19
As New Jersey continues to reopen, the state will join neighboring New York and Connecticut in mandating quarantine from people traveling from states with much higher rates of coronavirus infections.
Unions say naming NJ disciplined cops will embarrass, endanger
The unions representing troopers and officials with the State Police are opposing the state attorney general's plan to publicly release the names of all troopers who have faced discipline greater than five days suspension in the past 20 years.