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NJ’s share of the $1.9T relief package: How much each town is getting
A nearly $2 trillion pandemic relief bill signed by President Joe Biden this week included $10.9 billion in aid to New Jersey and its county and municipal governments.
911 ‘kidnapping’ call on Parkway: Troopers find kids, adults in back of U-Haul truck
State Police stopped the U-Haul truck near the Toms River tolls after getting a 911 call from the vehicle.
Earlier than expected, NJ starts paying 75,000 unemployed after error
State labor officials said this weekend that payments would begin going out to the 75,000 people who had lost their benefits extension.
75,000 in NJ unemployment limbo could get paid next week
Nearly 75,000 state residents have been cut off from unemployment benefits that they're due. But state officials say they should start getting payments by next Friday.
Fire rages at Ocean City boardwalk amusement park
Firefighters were battling a fire that erupted Saturday morning on the boardwalk.
New COVID-19 strain in NJ: More contagious, possibly deadlier
Public health officials on Friday confirmed that variant strains of the coronavirus have been confirmed in New Jersey.
Teen in Brick Memorial payback shooting sentenced to 10 years
teenager who opened fire at a group of Brick Memorial High School students in 2019, causing a lockdown at the building, has been sentenced to 10 years in prison.
Photos show NJ congressman cleaning up mess left by MAGA riot
After a mob had sent federal lawmakers and their staff into hiding, one of New Jersey's congressmen was seen helping to pick up the pieces.
Christie, NJ congressmen discuss forcibly removing Trump from office
The violent and deadly assault on the U.S. Capitol by Trump supporters on Wednesday sparked calls for the immediate removal of the president from office, even with his last day in office just two weeks away.
Murphy sends N.J. troopers to D.C., readies National Guard
Gov. Phil Murphy has deployed the New Jersey State Police at the request of officials in Washington, D.C.