Several Jersey Shore residents and businesses have been charged for holding large gatherings or violating another of Governor Phil Murphy's executive orders aimed at preventing the spread of the Covid-19 coronavirus.
The state Attorney General's Office released another "knucklehead roll call" of people who've violated the governor's emergency orders prohibiting gatherings and mandating the closure of non-essential businesses.
Toms River Resident Making Face Shields For Area Health Care Workers .... PPE .... "Personal Protective Equipment" has become high in demand now during the coronavirus crisis around the world, the nation and right here in Ocean County.
The wheels on a Lakewood school bus are evidentially still going round and round as police pulled over a bus on Monday afternoon in the township that is reportedly bringing students back and forth to school.
A Lakewood man who coughed on a Liquor Store employee and said he had coronavirus because the clerk wouldn't sell him a pack of cigarettes will appear in court next month after being given a criminal complaint for disorderly conduct.
A Barnegat Police Officer is the second police officer in Ocean County asked to go home under self-quarantine as a precautionary measure after potential exposure to the virus even though neither displayed symptoms.