Many NJ SNAP Recipients Will Receive Enhanced Benefits; September Payments Will Bring Supplemental Food Assistance Payments to $259.3M Since March
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As the start of the new academic year quickly approaches, New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy announced $250 million will be invested in child care to give working parents the support they need during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Monmouth County Stigma-Free Initiative is dedicated to raising awareness of the disease of mental illness and substance use disorders to create a culture wherein residents feel supported by their community and neighbors and feel free to seek treatment for the diseases without fear of being outcast.
Long lines continue to plague NJ's driver license and motor vehicle services. Here's what NJ's doing about it.
Concerns about the coronavirus have prompted dozens of school districts across New Jersey to announce reopening plans that call for the students to start the upcoming year with remote learning.
The Metrix Learning program is being offered through the Monmouth County Workforce Development Board's "SkillUp Monmouth."
Monmouth County Freeholders announced Wednesday that job seekers and workers can now access an online training platform aimed to help earn job training and job certifications.
To correct this, the IRS is sending money to those people who were affected. (If you used the non-filers tool after May 17 and claimed at least one qualifying child, your stimulus payment did include $500 per qualifying child.)
Businesses across New Jersey are facing significant economic turmoil and need your help. In the wake of this global pandemic and local shutdown on non-essential retail businesses, NJ.com has created a resource to connect you with local establishments that are open and cooperating with state guidelines.
The Small Landlord Emergency Grant (SLEG) Program will reimburse small residential rental property owners for lost rent revenue due to COVID-19 between April and July 2020, as long as they agree to forgive outstanding back rent and late fees that their tenant accrued during this time. The application portal will open on Wednesday, August 19, 2020 at 9AM
The state’s major electric companies and well as local governments and agencies have stepped in to help to provide cooling areas, free water and ice and charging stations for residents who were still without power.