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NJ reaches 6M people fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (access required)

In an Oct. 22 tweet, Gov. Phil Murphy said the metric marked “an incredible milestone that puts us one step closer to ending this pandemic.”

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Murphy maintains polling lead as campaign hits home stretch

The Emerson College/Pix 11 survey released Oct. 21 shows 50% of New Jersey voters favoring the incumbent, while 44% prefer Republican challenger Jack Ciattarelli.

NJ gains back 68% of jobs lost during pandemic

The state added another 21,500 jobs to its workforce in September, marking a total of 488,100 positions that have been recovered since the worst of the COVID-19 recession in March and April last year, according to data gathered by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and released by the state Department of Labor and Workforce Development.

Chef Burke serves up scholarship fund at Brookdale Community College

Chef David Burke's contribution will cover the cost of an entire semester for two students. In return, they'll work for him in one of his restaurants – while being paid – for six months.

NJ Transit reaches engineer threshold to end train delays, cancellations

With the addition of 14 grads from the 11th class to complete its education since Gov. Phil Murphy took office in January 2018, the statewide agency now has a total of 404 rail operators.

NJ reaches 6M people fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (access required)

In an Oct. 22 tweet, Gov. Phil Murphy said the metric marked “an incredible milestone that puts us one step closer to ending this pandemic.”

Read the full story

Murphy maintains polling lead as campaign hits home stretch

The Emerson College/Pix 11 survey released Oct. 21 shows 50% of New Jersey voters favoring the incumbent, while 44% prefer Republican challenger Jack Ciattarelli.

NJ gains back 68% of jobs lost during pandemic

The state added another 21,500 jobs to its workforce in September, marking a total of 488,100 positions that have been recovered since the worst of the COVID-19 recession in March and April last year, according to data gathered by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and released by the state Department of Labor and Workforce Development.

Chef Burke serves up scholarship fund at Brookdale Community College

Chef David Burke's contribution will cover the cost of an entire semester for two students. In return, they'll work for him in one of his restaurants – while being paid – for six months.

NJ Transit reaches engineer threshold to end train delays, cancellations

With the addition of 14 grads from the 11th class to complete its education since Gov. Phil Murphy took office in January 2018, the statewide agency now has a total of 404 rail operators.

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