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Cops bust a packed ‘Corona Party’ in Ewing
Ewing police busted a Friday night party that packed more than 40 people into a small apartment for what the organizer billed as a "Corona Party."
Good news: NJ to get 1,000 hospital beds in 2 weeks — but what about staff?
The good news is that New Jersey may be able to add about 1,000 hospital beds in the next to weeks — with about another 400 beds on the way in five weeks or less.
NJ shutdown for COVID-19: Here’s what’s closed and allowed to be open
Social distancing measures took a dramatic but expected step on Saturday with Gov. Phil Murphy ordering all non-essential businesses closed by 9 p.m.
NJ closes barbershops, salons and may halt evictions as coronavirus cases hit 742
As New Jersey's death toll from the coronavirus reached nine known people on Thursday, Gov. Phil Murphy ordered the indefinite closing of all personal care businesses and social clubs.
2nd coronavirus death in NJ is woman in her 50s — Entire town told to quarantine
The coronavirus has claimed the life of another New Jersey resident — a patient at a Monmouth County hospital, officials said Saturday.
Murphy says there’s no need to hoard as NJ coronavirus cases climb to 69
Gov. Phil Murphy's message on Saturday to an increasingly anxious state in the midst of a coronavirus outbreak was that there was no need to panic or to hoard.
Municipal courts in NJ suspended for 2 weeks — Cops take precautions
New Jersey has suspended all Municipal Court sessions for two weeks starting March 16, although people can still pay any fines online.
NJ utilities won’t shut off your power, gas during coronavirus emergency
Utilities and government agencies are making exceptions during the public health state of emergency.
Controlling coronavirus: NJ says to cancel all big gatherings
Gov. Phil Murphy on Thursday recommended that all public gatherings of more than 250 people be canceled in order to mitigate the spread of the new coronavirus.
Tree-removal crane falls onto house in Hamilton
Police did not receive any reports of injuries.