Pilgrim is one of 6 sites that were selected throughout the county, due in part to our: history of community activism/outreach and our work as a warming center during the winter months. Testing will begin the week of July 20 and is being sponsored by the County of Monmouth and a local Testing Company.
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Several beach and recreation employees have been diagnosed with the coronavirus, officials said.
Officials announced a slew of changes Thursday that they say should ease some of the congestion and frustration that has been plaguing MVC agencies across the state since they reopened this week after being closed for months during the coronavirus shutdown.
Monmouth ACTS (Assisting Community Through Services) officially launched the Financial Recovery Initiative to help support the financial needs of Monmouth County residents impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The expansion was announced the same day the state’s work leave programs began offering more benefits as the result of a 2019 law. Changes effective Wednesday include increasing weekly payment amounts and doubling to 12 weeks the amount of time workers can collect family leave benefits.
The New Jersey Department of Human Services Will Deliver Special Food Assistance Benefits Starting Next Week
Under the plan approved by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, New Jersey Pandemic-EBT (P-EBT) benefits will be provided to recipients of the state’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and non-SNAP households with children who normally receive free or reduced-price school meals.
The 2020 Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP) will be a multi-dimensional program designed to support several sectors in Monmouth County’s Local Area Plan, including our $2.5 billion tourism sector, one of Monmouth County’s three “targeted sectors” and the number one job creator in the County.
Children’s behavior may suffer from lack of access to outdoor space, a problem heightened by the pandemic.
New Jersey amusement and water parks can reopen in time for the 4th of July weekend, Gov. Phil Murphy announced Tuesday as he continues to ease restrictions put in place to combat spread of the coronavirus.
Social distancing and face coverings are mandatory at indoor religious services, all of which must be limited to 50 people or 25% of a building’s capacity — whichever number is fewer.