The cinema chain, which counts New Jersey as its sixth largest state by screen count, says all 27 of its outlets here will reopen by Sept. 10.
New guidelines from the governor and the Department of Health are almost identical to ones issued in June outlining what would have been a July 2 resumption of service, but this time around the requirements also include a litany of ways to increase indoor ventilation – an issue that Murphy has typically described as a tough nut to crack and the main reason he previously held back on eating indoo[...]
Allied Beverage Group and Fedway Associates will each pay $4 million – the biggest number in Alcoholic Beverage Control history – to resolve findings they unfairly favored their largest retail customers.
All told, 18,000 previously furloughed MGM U.S. employees, including those in Atlantic City, are being separated from the company.
In time for Labor Day weekend, New Jersey is giving inside eating another go, at 25 percent capacity, along with cinemas, which will also be subject to limitations.
The governor said he could take that step soon, citing statistics showing that the spread of COVID-19 has slowed considerably in recent days.recent days.
We've got the details of what your workout will look like when fitness centers reopen their doors, with requirements for masks, social distancing, sanitization and more in place.
Under the measure, the administration would set aside $30 million in federal relief for the New Jersey Economic Authority to distribute as loans or grants “for costs associated with business operation interruptions” caused by the decision to roll back the restart for restaurants to serve patrons inside just days before it was set to begin.
The slopes at North America’s first indoor ski and snowboard center will start welcoming guests back, with new protocols in place, next week.
According to President Heather Cox, Clio Snacks doubled its business from 2019 to 2020 and the chocolate covered cheesecake-like filled Greek yogurt bars' same-store growth is up 40 percent in the last four weeks.
Marcus Samuelsson's latest eatery – a 15,000-square-foot rooftop deck serving up seasonally-inspired food – is located at the EnVue, Autograph Collection hotel at Port Imperial.
The property's debut coincided with its reopening after closure due to COVID-19, which the resort says has set it up for success.