A mandatory quarantine of 14 days has been extended to travelers entering New York, New Jersey and Connecticut from another eight states, up from the original number when the advisory was first issued last week.
Princeton University will remove President Woodrow Wilson’s name from its public policy school and a residential college, the school’s president announced.
Authorities on Tuesday were searching for answers in the deaths of three family members who were found unresponsive in a backyard above-ground swimming pool.
The governors of New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut are ordering a mandatory 14-day quarantine on visitors from states with high COVID-19 cases. They made the announcement on Wednesday morning in a joint news conference.
Authorities say a woman marching in a Black Lives Matter protest in New Jersey was seriously injured and two others were also hurt when a deer suddenly ran into the crowd.
The incident, which immediately inspired community backlash, happened in the rural suburb Franklinville on Monday.
Two men who allegedly reenacted the police custody death of George Floyd during a counter-protest in Gloucester County are now facing disciplinary action from their employers.
It was the first time that the kids had hugged since March 17.
In court filings and at a hearing in December, Russo expressed remorse for his comments to the woman and for joking about the exchange with court personnel afterward.
When officers arrived, they were met by a woman who displayed signs of a violent assault -- her clothing had been torn and she was bleeding while holding ice to her face.
Authorities have not said what prompted the attack.
Police in Camden County told the owners of a New Jersey gym that reopened this morning that they were “formally” in violation of the state’s shutdown order before telling them to "have a good day."
According to officials, the woman’s husband, a truck driver, led troopers to the cab of his tractor where his wife was lying in a bunk preparing to give birth.
Stanley is now with a foster family who has him on a special diet to help him shed the weight.
The head of the state police reported an "inordinate amount" of urine and feces was being left behind in bottles in state parks.
Governor Phil Murphy signed the Hunger Free Students’ Bill of Rights Act for to help students who are having trouble paying for school lunches in New Jersey on Monday.
Authorities say that officers were responding to a report of domestic dispute on April 28 when the incident happend.
A 9-year-old poodle named Che-Che, who lost everything after both her owners passed away due to complications from COVID-19, was cheered on by the New Jersey animal shelter that housed her after she finally found her new forever home.
A West Deptford woman is accused of spitting on an officer claiming she had COVID-19.
A 94-year-old Holocaust survivor was greeted with cheers and the red-carpet treatment as he was released from quarantine after beating COVID-19.