New Jersey Cities Lift Curfews Imposed After Protests Turn ViolentCurfews aimed at curbing late-night violent protests were lifted Monday morning in New Jersey's capital city and Atlantic City despite ongoing unrest following George Floyd's death.
Atlantic City Police: 8 P.M. Curfew Implemented After Peaceful George Floyd Protest 'Transitioned To Criminal Activity'The curfew will last until 6 a.m.
Members Of Camden County Police Department March Alongside Residents To Honor George FloydCamden County police tweeted out a photo of Chief Joseph Wysocki marching alongside residents.
New Jersey Officials Announce 910 New Coronavirus Cases As Statewide Total Surpasses 159,000Gov. Phil Murphy announced the statewide total now stands at 159,608 on Saturday.
Gas Prices Tick Up Again In New Jersey, Around NationAnalysts say drivers can expect to see higher pump prices as the summer goes on.
Officials: 3 Dead, 2 Injured After Vehicle Crashes Into New Jersey Transit Bus In Burlington CountyPolice say the bus was making a left turn from Route 38 onto Pleasant Valley Avenue when a car traveling eastbound on Route 38 hit the bus.
New Jersey Unveils Plan Allowing Child Care Services, Non-Contact Sports, Youth Camps To Resume In Coming WeeksSummer is around the bend and parents can now breathe a sigh of relief as they decide what to do with their children over the next couple of months.
Accidental Injuries Among Children At Home On Rise During Pandemic, CHOP Research ShowsInstead of children being injured at school or playing sports, doctors at CHOP are seeing more broken bones happening at and near home.
Emergency Food Distribution Effort Underway In Salem CountyIt's being held in the parking lot of Atlantic City Electric on Collins Drive.
Owner Of 4 NJ Atilis Gym Locations Part Of Coalition Planning Mass Reopening Of Local Businesses On Monday Against Gov. Murphy's OrdersThe "Gym Coalition" started out as an effort to reopen fitness gyms with more than 100 gyms on board. It has since transitioned into a colation with multiple New Jersey businesses. 
Camden County Police Officers Can Now Wear Hairstyles, Colored Nail Polish Under New Grooming PolicyOfficers can now wear slightly longer hairstyles and braids along with small earrings.