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Lakewood companies agree to give up $400K in price-gouge profits
Two import companies have agreed to give up $400,000 in profits and sell at cost 11 million pieces of personal protective equipment that federal officials seized in April.
Another NJ senior-living staffer accused of sex crime against victim in her 80s
An employee of a senior-living facility in Ocean County has been charged with sexual misconduct involving an octogenarian resident in his care.
Is NJ beating the coronavirus? We’re doing better than most states
New Jersey has been one of the hardest-hit states in the country but also one of the best at controlling the spread and growth of the coronavirus.
Baby killed, toddler seriously hurt in Amazon truck crash on Turnpike
A crash involving a car and an Amazon Prime truck Friday night on the Turnpike left a 1-year-old boy dead and 3-year-old boy seriously injured.
NJ retailers that are opening this week for first time in months
Monday, June 15 is the day non-essential retail stores are allowed to start welcoming customers for in-person shopping for the first time since March 21.
‘We have slowed this virus’ — NJ allows all retailers to reopen June 15
Taking "a big step forward in our restart and recovery," Gov. Phil Murphy on Thursday announced that non-essential retailers would be allowed to open their doors to customers starting June 15.
NJ governor says Memorial Day cookouts with family, neighbors is allowed
Memorial Day weekend this year won't be a total washout.
Did you survive COVID-19? NJ needs your blood donation now
New Jersey is expanding use of two COVID-19 therapies as the number of hospitalizations continue to decline.
‘Wild Willy’ pleads guilty to shooting Sough Jersey neighbor’s dog
A Maple Shade man pleaded guilty Thursday to shooting a neighbor's dog in the head last year.
NJ health commissioner reminds people not to inject disinfectants
The public service announcement came a day after the president of the United States suggested that doing so could be a treatment for COVID-19.
Missing boater’s body found at Island Beach State Park 2 days after storm
Authorities have recovered the body of an Ocean Gate man who went missing Tuesday after taking out a rowboat just before a major thunderstorm.
Wawa pays $3M after NJ toddler is severely burned by hot tea water
Wawa has agreed to pay $3 million after a toddler was burned by hot water that spilled out of a tea cup at a Neptune City convenience store in 2018.