Secretary Of Veterans Affairs Explains COVID-19 Impacts On Vets, Efforts To Prevent Veteran SuicideThe coronavirus pandemic has hit every sector of our population and veterans are being hit particularly hard.
Unity Walk In Camden Community Helps Residents Register To Vote, Provides Free COVID-19 TestingSaturday's walk brought together residents, clergy, health care professionals, law enforcement and other grassroots organizations.
New Jersey Nail Salons Set To Reopen Monday With New Safety Measures After 'Nightmare' Coronavirus ShutdownMany in New Jersey are counting down the days until they can get their hair and nails done again as salons are set to reopen on Monday.
Armed Driver In Custody After Police Chase Ends On Atlantic City ExpresswayAuthorities say the driver crashed off the road and then ran into the woods.
Highly-Anticipated Harriet Tubman Museum In Cape May Holds Virtual Grand Opening To Celebrate JuneteenthAlthough it's virtual, for now, opening the museum on Juneteenth was deliberate.
New Jersey To Allow Limited Nursing Home Visits Beginning SundayNew Jersey's nursing homes have been hard hit by the virus.
Authorities: New Jersey Mom Charged After Helping Fugitive Son Flee To PennsylvaniaFelicia Terrell, 53, of Highland Park, has been charged with three counts of hindering apprehension.
Police: Carjacker Sits On Driver In Ewing Township, Leads Officers On Chase That Ends In PennsylvaniaEwing Township police say Tomasz Dymek sat on top of a 66-year-old woman in the driver's seat and led officers on a pursuit into Pennsylvania.
NJ Attorney General's Office Warns White Supremacists, Foreign Governments Ramping Up Tensions On Social MediaThe New Jersey Attorney General's Office says it's seeing an increase in bias and hate crimes.
Jobless Claims Climb 14% Last Week In New JerseyThe department did not explain the uptick.
New Jersey Bill Would Allow Towns To Close Off Streets For Eating, Drinking, Retail SalesThe 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.
New Jersey Secretary Of Higher Education Releases Guidance For Colleges To Reopen In-Person InstructionColleges and universities must submit their restart plans to the Office of the Secretary of Higher Education.
State Trooper, Good Samaritan Rescue 8 People From Sinking Boat In Ocean CountyThe 26-foot boat was in the Point Pleasant Canal when it began taking on water around 5 p.m. Sunday, state police said.
South Jersey Man Pleads Guilty In $50 Million Prescription Drug ScamA South Jersey man accused of masterminding a prescription drug scheme that authorities say caused more than $50 million in losses to health benefit programs and insurers pleaded guilty on Tuesday.
Washington Township High School Seniors Protest Lack Of In-Person Graduation By Holding Own Commencement CeremonyOnly virtual graduations are permitted currently in the Garden State at least until July 6.