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  1. Charter Fishing, Boat Rentals OK'd By Murphy In Next Phase Of NJ Reopening

    Charter Fishing, Boat Rentals OK'd By Murphy In Next Phase Of NJ Reopening

    Gov. Phil Murphy on Saturday announced the signing of a new executive order allowing charter fishing and boats rentals in New Jersey.The nonessential rental companies had been closed until now to stop the spread of coronavirus.“Even with social distancing, we’re confident everyone can have a safe and memorable summer,” Murphy said.The companies will keep a log of customers to help with ...

  2. Community Rallies For Family Of Paterson Rollover Crash Victim, 24

    Community Rallies For Family Of Paterson Rollover Crash Victim, 24

    The community is coming together to aid a Rochelle Park family after one member died in a Paterson rollover crash.Nick Diminno, 24, was pronounced dead at the scene Monday, when his 2001 Ford Explorer crashed in the left lane of I-80 westbound, Daily Voice previously reported.More than $1,200 had been raised as of Saturday morning for Diminno's family on a GoFundMe, launched ...

  3. Authorities: Burlington County Man Ignites Linden Driveway Fire In Family Dispute

    Authorities: Burlington County Man Ignites Linden Driveway Fire In Family Dispute

    A Burlington County man was lodged in the Union County Jail after setting a can of gasoline in a residential Linden driveway over a family dispute, authorities said.Desmond E. Hodge, 47, of Southampton Township, showed up to the house on the 1300 block of Essex Avenue and told the five residents a shared relative owed him money Wednesday morning, Acting Union County Prosecutor ...

  4. Drive Right Up: Bergen's Public Coronavirus Testing Site Has Tests To Spare

    Drive Right Up: Bergen's Public Coronavirus Testing Site Has Tests To Spare

    You don't have to be showing symptoms and won't be waiting in line for hours to be tested for coronavirus in New Jersey anymore.In fact, the Bergen Community College site has tests to spare at the end of each day. It's a stark contrast to where things were two months ago, when people were sleeping in their cars overnight hoping they'd be one of the lucky 500 to be tested. Many ...

  5. Linden Stabbing Victim Walks Into East Orange Hospital Bleeding, Dies

    Linden Stabbing Victim Walks Into East Orange Hospital Bleeding, Dies

    A Union County man who walked into a hospital with stab wounds early Friday morning died of his injuries, authorities said.Quan Williams, 35, stabbed at South Orange and South Munn avenues in Newark, Essex County Prosecutors Office Spokeswoman Katherine Carter said.He was pronounced dead at East Orange General Hospital at 2:17 a.m., Carter said.Williams' death is being investigated ...

  6. Murphy Will 'Pull Brakes' On Beaches If Coronavirus Cases Spike

    Murphy Will 'Pull Brakes' On Beaches If Coronavirus Cases Spike

    Although New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy has been slowly reopening the state, he is prepared to close it right back up if coronavirus cases start to spike, he said."We're doing it in steps and we're trying to monitor each one," he said in an interview with CNN's Chris Cuomo. "But if we have to pull the brakes, we will"Murphy earlier that day announced Jersey Shore beaches and lakes across ...

  7. Hudson County Surpasses Bergen For Most Coronavirus Cases In NJ

    Hudson County Surpasses Bergen For Most Coronavirus Cases In NJ

    Hudson County on Thursday surpassed Bergen for highest number of coronavirus cases in New Jersey since the onset of the outbreak.Bergen County -- specifically Teaneck -- was one of the areas most impacted by the virus in the U.S. The first reported case in New Jersey was a Fort Lee man, who was discharged from HUMC after nearly three weeks, and first death a Little Ferry man.Of the ...

  8. Authorities: Newark Officer In 'Troubling' Video Relieved Of Gun, Reassigned

    Authorities: Newark Officer In 'Troubling' Video Relieved Of Gun, Reassigned

    One Newark police officer has been reassigned to desk work only and relieved of his gun after video of him and his colleagues using force to subdue a man surfaced on social media, authorities said.The incident began when police responded to a citizen's complaint of a disturbance May 12, Newark Police Director Anthony Ambrose said.The video captured at the scene shows a man begging ...

  9. NJ Reopening Nonessential Businesses For Curbside Pickup, Drive-Thru Events Allowed

    NJ Reopening Nonessential Businesses For Curbside Pickup, Drive-Thru Events Allowed

    Gov. Phil Murphy announced he will be signing an executive order to reopen nonessential businesses and restart nonessential construction in New Jersey effective 6 a.m. Monday, May 18.Drive-thru events such as movies, drive-by graduation ceremonies and religious services will also be allowed under social distancing guidelines effective immediately. Windows and sun roofs must remain ...

  10. CityMD Mistakenly Tells 15,000 NJ, NY Patients They're Immune To COVID-19 After Antibody Test

    CityMD Mistakenly Tells 15,000 NJ, NY Patients They're Immune To COVID-19 After Antibody Test

    CityMD has changed its messaging after telling 15,000 New York and New Jersey patients who tested positive for coronavirus antibodies that they were immune to the virus.Someone who tests positive for coronavirus antibodies is not necessarily immune, FDA Associate commissioner Peter Pitts told ABC. Healthcare officials remain unsure of the level of immunity for those who have been ...

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