Governor Phil Murphy today announced increased indoor and outdoor gathering capacity limits. Indoor gatherings are now limited to 25% capacity of the rooms in which they will take place, with a maximum of 100 persons. Outdoor gatherings are now limited to 250 persons, and outdoor religious services and political activities will continue to have no numerical limits.
Juneteenth is sometimes referred to as “Fourth of July for black people.” Reporter and essayist Assata Wright doesn’t view history quite as flatteringly.
Gov. Phil Murphy says ‘COVID-19 did not create the inequalities in our society, but it laid them bare.’
Students and faculty will be back on campus at many schools, wearing masks and separated by six feet, as social distancing mandate.
Jersey City has issued a request for proposals to restore and manage the historic Loew’s Jersey Theatre in Journal Square.
Jersey City Council addresses police department reforms in wake of protests against police brutality spurred by recent killing of George Floyd.
Doula and educator Jayne Freeman calls for an end to formula shaming while acknowledging the pros and cons of formula feeding and breastfeeding.
Lewis Spears, founder of Kismet of Kings, reflects on fatherhood and his work mentoring young men of color.
Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop announced major upgrades to Newark Avenue’s pedestrian mall beginning this fall including a new brick surface, a performance stage, and new plantings.
Coronavirus is a moving target, but NJ’s health care professionals now know telemedicine, sharing data and stockpiling PPE can mean difference between life and death.