NJ Turnpike, Parkway toll hikes start double whammy for drivers
The new average Parkway toll now is $1.41, while the new average Turnpike toll is $4.75, according to the New Jersey Turnpike Authority.
Murphy bans smoking in Atlantic City casinos during pandemic
Smoking inside Atlantic City's casinos won't be allowed after all as restaurants reopened on Friday, Gov. Phil Murphy said.
NJ owners of famous Philly cheesesteak shop busted on tax charges
The founder of an iconic Philadelphia cheesesteak restaurant and one of his sons have been indicted on federal tax evasion and fraud charges.
Judge sides with Murphy — for now — in movie theater chains’ lawsuit
A federal judge has denied a request by several national theater chains to issue an order allowing them to reopen in New Jersey.
Neighboring Delaware Added to NJ’s Quarantine List — 19 States Total
Gov. Phil Murphy said Tuesday visitors from three more states must quarantine for two weeks under an advisory aimed at travelers from COVID-19 hotspots.
July 4 weekend gas prices in NJ lowest in years
Motorists heading out for the holiday weekend in New Jersey and around the country are seeing the lowest gas prices for the July 4 period in four years.
Now open in NJ: Playgrounds, museums, amusement parks
Playgrounds, water and amusement parks, libraries and museums reopened Thursday after a monthslong pause because of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Manhunt continues in NJ, Pa for armed killer, cops say
The wife of one of the victims describes it as a random attack on a man who offered the alleged killer a ride.
Murphy: Expect day care to open up soon
Murphy said day care “is at or near the top of our list."
Bronx Zoo tiger has coronavirus; 1st known U.S. animal, feds say
The 4-year-old Malayan tiger and 6 other tigers & lions that have fallen ill are believed to have been infected by a zoo employee, reps said.
Super Bowl Betting Brings Big Business to Sports Books
Revenue reports began trickling in Monday evening, including the $54.2 million wagered by gamblers in New Jersey.
Casinos Say Atlantic City Needs to Clean Up its ‘Drug Addicts and Prostitutes’
Executives from eight of the city's nine casinos spoke Thursday at a panel sponsored by the Greater Atlantic City Chamber of Commerce on challenges and opportunities facing the seaside gambling resort.