As the COVID-19 pandemic slammed New Jersey, a former Governor sprung into action, this time as a lobbyist for corporations.
Governor Phil Murphy announced a significant increase in the rate of transmission for the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 here in New Jersey during his press briefing on July 31.
The New Brunswick Parking Authority approved a resolution dedicating up to $900,000 toward “acquiring and installing safety barrier/fencing at certain parking deck facilities.”
A Woodbridge Councilman who Governor Phil Murphy has made the county’s Interim Superintendent of Schools in 2018 has quietly recommended the closure of New Brunswick’s Lincoln Annex School.
A Highland Park psychologist, age 66, died by falling from a New Brunswick parking deck on the morning of Sunday, June 7.
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—Hampered by nearly 20,000 lawsuits, New Brunswick’s own Johnson & Johnson (J&J) will stop distributing talc-based baby powder in the United States and Canada. The decision to stop selling one of its most well-known products came on May 19, but the announcement was buried in the company’s “portfolio assessment related to COVID-19.” “Demand […]
EDISON, NJ—Local nursing homes, including a state-run “veterans home,” are among Central New Jersey’s most deeply affected by outbreaks of COVID-19, according to newly-released data on over 400 facilities. The Menlo Park Veterans Home in Edison was the site of 86 cases of the disease associated with 25 deaths there, the most of any home […]