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UPDATE: Chris Christie hospitalized after getting coronavirus
Gov. Chris Christie on Saturday afternoon checked himself into Morristown Medical Center, saying he was taking precautions because of his coronavirus diagnosis.
Did Trump know he had COVID-19 before traveling to NJ event?
Doctors suggest that Trump may have known about his illness as early as Wednesday.
Chris Christie tests positive for COVID-19 — Trump doing better at hospital
Gov. Chris Christie on Saturday confirmed that has tested positive for the coronavirus.
Man killed in 2-story fall onto lobby floor of Atlantic City casino
A 30-year-old man died Monday after falling from a two-story height.
Hamilton man charged with raping passed-out women at house parties
Police arrested a 26-year-old Mercer County man on charges of sexual assault.
Suburban party outbreaks set NJ recovery back a month, Murphy says
The progress New Jersey has seen in the past three months in "flattening the curve" of the coronavirus may slowly be unraveling.
NJ’s timeline for the return of high school sports this fall
High school sports are returning this fall, although a little later than usual.
Running out of unemployment benefits? NJ providing 20 more weeks
New Jersey is extending unemployment benefits 20 more weeks for people who have exhausted their state and federal benefits.
NJ retailers that are opening this week for first time in months
Monday, June 15 is the day non-essential retail stores are allowed to start welcoming customers for in-person shopping for the first time since March 21.
MVC is reopening in June with some important changes
The state's most-used government agency is reopening this month. Here's what you should know.