While schools have made expensive efforts to protect students and staff from possible virus spread — from mask mandates to overhauling ventilation systems in some schools — the rise in positive cases has spurred some districts to close buildings. This is a previously published article that was updated on December 10, 2020.
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Many New Jerseyans who receive food assistance through the state’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (NJ SNAP) will receive additional benefits in December to help address critical food needs related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
An additional estimated $46.6 million will be provided to about 260,000 New Jersey households for December.
Licenses will no longer be printed at Motor Vehicle Commission offices in the state, but will be mailed from a Central Issuance facility.
As locations continue to face closures due to the second wave of COVID-19, the Motor Vehicle Commission announced that it is moving forward with a security initiative that was postponed earlier this year.
If you are a parent of a child who receives special education services, your ability to fight for your child might be in danger because of a recent opinion from the New Jersey Supreme Court’s Committee on the Unauthorized Practice of Law (Committee).
Get Covered New Jersey is New Jersey's official health insurance marketplace, where you can get financial help to lower the cost of your health insurance plan. Open Enrollment started on November 1 and runs until January 31. Remember: Enroll by Dec. 31 for coverage starting Jan. 1.
The Borough of Tinton Falls is pleased to announce the availability of new affordable housing units at the Patriots Square development.
Fulfill food bank's Benefits Bus, launched in memory of Fulfill's social service case manager Diana Tennant, will travel to remote locations in Monmouth and Ocean counties to sign up hungry families for the federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP, commonly known as food stamps.
The “Monmouth County BallotTrax” system provides online ballot tracking and offers enhanced features of status notifications via call, email and/or text to voters.
The moratorium applies to all residential gas, electric and water utilities, both public and private. Further, the utilities will not be charging late fees nor fees to reconnect services that have been disconnected.
A new apartment complex in Red Bank will include 6 “affordable units” (1 one-bedroom and 5 two-bedroom). Rents and income eligibility is listed on the attached poster, The 6 units will be awarded through a lottery.