NJ COVID Emergency End / Amazon Deliveryman’s Big Save / NJ Masks
Check out the top news that made headlines this week on the Patch Network in New Jersey:
NJ Ends COVID Public Health Emergency: Here’s What It Means
Governor Murphy signed a bill that ends the NJ COVID health emergency but would keep some orders in place. Here’s what that means. >>> Learn more here.
Amazon Deliveryman collides with Burning NJ Home
An Amazon driver on his usual route collided with a burning New Jersey house on the afternoon of May 20, helping a grandmother and child out.
Governor Murphy’s NJ COVID Mask Reversal: Why He Did It
Pressure and practicality played a big part in Governor Murphy’s about-face to reverse the order of New Jersey’s COVID masks.
Here are several new NJ laws that can change your life
New laws will come into effect in New Jersey in June and will affect millions of Garden State workers and families – especially involving the police.
Eastern Brunswick doctor’s license suspended for opioids
The NJ doctor has “indiscriminately prescribed” opioid pain relievers to patients for years, Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal said.
9 pounds of fentanyl, heroin seized from Big South Jersey bust: AG
Enough fentanyl to kill more than a million people was seized in a drug seizure in New Jersey, authorities said.
Point Beach promenade reopens after bomb threat
The Point Pleasant Beach boardwalk reopened after a bomb threat this afternoon, officials said.
“Confusing” the COVID rules, the Matawan superintendent writes to the govt.
Matawan-Aberdeen Superintendent Joe Majka signed a letter to Governor Murphy, saying his COVID rules in schools were “extremely inconsistent”.
Steakhouse, Ice Cream Shop Opening on Main Street in Woodbridge
Strickland Steakhouse, owned by a longtime Port Reading resident, will occupy the former two-story Woodbridge National Bank building.