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Murphy’s ratings dropping a bit — but most feel N.J. heading in right direction

Here’s the good news for Gov. Phil Murphy — polling-wise: The view of his handling of the pandemic is up (nearly one in three give him an “A”) and most people feel the state...

Poll: Murphy mostly gets ‘B’ on economy, but ‘F’ on taxes

While Gov. Phil Murphy still gets solid marks for his overall handling of the pandemic in the latest Rutgers-Eagleton Poll, with nearly one in three (31%) giving him an “A” grade and 23% giving...

RFI deadline for planned Maternal and Infant Health Center extended

The deadline for Requests for Information seeking input to inform the establishment of a Center for Maternal and Infant Health in Trenton has been extended until June 25, the New Jersey Economic Development Authority...

N.J. Association of Counties to hold conference in-person Oct. 12-14 in A.C.

The New Jersey Association of Counties announced it will hold its annual conference — a celebration of county government — Oct 12-14 at Caesars Atlantic City. The annual event brings together over 500 elected and...

Martinotti, Menendez, Richardson sworn in as new members of Port Authority board

Dana Martinotti, Rob Menendez and Michelle Richardson were sworn in as new New Jersey commissioners to the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey board on Friday. Kevin McCabe, who has served as...

Murphy names acting director of homeland security

Gov. Phil Murphy has named an acting director of the Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness, the Governor’s Office announced Friday. Laurie R. Doran, the director of the office’s Intelligence and Operations Division, will serve...

Health emergency will end, but only after Legislature votes to extend many of Murphy’s...

In a vote that appears to have further strengthened the powers of Gov. Phil Murphy, the state Legislature on Thursday passed a bill to end the state’s 15-month-old public health emergency because of the...

In Plainfield, unexpected aid is leading to unprecedented push in economic development

There will be a bigger grant program for the town’s small businesses. Plainfield Mayor Adrian Mapp figures approximately 100 businesses will get grants of up to $10,000 — a total of approximately $1 million. And...

East Camden neighborhood awarded $35M grant aimed at spurring renovation

There will be money to upgrade public housing — including the building of 350 energy-efficient units — money to improve infrastructure and recreational areas, money to expand access to job and economic opportunities for...

N.J. to begin closing megasite vaccination centers

In what can only be viewed as good news for the state’s vaccination efforts, Gov. Phil Murphy announced Wednesday that New Jersey will begin the process of shutting down its six megasites around the...

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