94.5 PST and Townsquare Media have the latest (factual) information for you and our community in these uncertain times as we fight the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
NJ residents told: Don’t be duped by phony mask exemption card
The NJ Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness says fake face-mask exemption cards are being offered online that carry an imitation U.S. Department of Justice seal.
Movie Theaters Claim Forced Closure Violates 1st Amendment Rights
Three chains sued New Jersey, saying if churches are open, they should be too.
MVC 'nightmare' — Massive lines, people turned away after waiting
The Motor Vehicle Commission reopened more offices on Tuesday for the first time since March but has been turning away people who waited on line for hours with hundreds of others at each location.
Philly Artist Draws Portraits of Philadelphians claimed by Corona
Artist and photographer, RA Friedman is calling on other local artists to help him honor the lives taken by COVID-19.
Airbnb Restricts Some Younger Renters to Avoid House Parties
Their plan is to restrict guests under the age of 25 who do not have enough positive reviews from booking in their area from booking any rentals close to where they live.
Your workplace's COVID-19 waiver is useless, attorney says
According to Alan Hyde, distinguished professor of law at Rutgers Law School in Newark, coronavirus liability waivers are pointless.
1 in 4 New Jerseyans Admits to Breaking Social Distancing Rules
Results of a new survey show what percentage of Americans did things like visiting family or friends during lockdowns.
Princeton University Will Allow Half the Student Body to Return This Fall
Princeton University will bring back about half of its undergraduate student body for the fall semester.