Lakewood, a town where two homeowners got summonses for hosting big weddings in defiance of NJ’s coronavirus lockdown, now reports deserted streets. But is it too late? Lakewood’s a COVID-19 hot ...
Business Correspondent Rhonda Schaffler brings you today's New Jersey business news.
Senior Correspondent David Cruz spoke to Sen. Cory Booker about the federal aid package and the president’s timeline for “reopening the country.”
With a possible vaccine still a year to 18 months away, at least two drugs are grabbing headlines as a means to treat the coronavirus: chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine.
Emergency responders aren't just treating those affected. They're becoming patients themselves, which means an already overwhelmed 911 system loses the manpower needed to keep communities safe.
Social-distancing measures have sent consumer spending into a tailspin, a sharp downturn felt all across the state economy that’s reducing revenues in all sectors
While the epidemic’s scale is unprecedented, public health experts say knowledge gained from previous crises should have helped to prepare for the outbreak
State will also crack down on price gouging and reports of hate crimes as COVID-19 cases soar
Release expected Thursday of as many as 1,000 inmates on probation or serving less than a year, but order doesn't apply to state prisons
The governor and Health Commissioner Persichilli have performed flawlessly — candid and comforting, decisive and reassuring