Remote reps (updated)
Hayley Guerra enters her MAX Challenge class to a welcome reprieve: her classmates are there, along with the trainer she’s grown so fond of. For the next 45 minutes, she'll pour the stresses of work, motherhood and life into the workout du jour—a welcome bit of normalcy amid the chaos, but it’s a new normal, and a new chaos: Rather than at the gym in Hazlet, her class is on video-streaming p[...]
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Wakefern promotes two executives
Steve Henig and Bryant Harris were elevated at the county's largest retailer-owned co-op.
Murphy orders closure of malls, amusement parks effective Tuesday evening (updated)
The move is the latest bid to stop the spread of the coronavirus in New Jersey, which as of Tuesday afternoon has infected 287 residents and claimed three lives.
On one of the year’s biggest food holidays, restaurants forced to take-out only
Day one for restaurants' new operating procedures precautions to stem the spread of COVID-19 in the state coincides with St. Patrick's Day.
Grocery stores offer special hours for most vulnerable shoppers
Starting March 19, Stop & Shop will offer hours specifically to seniors, who the CDC and local health officials say are most vulnerable to COVID-19.
Grocery delivery services experience delays amid COVID-19
According to data from Apptopia, U.S. downloads of supermarket apps have seen record-setting daily numbers. Compared to averages from last month, on March 15 alone various providers saw surges over 100 percent.
Newark Museum names new HR leader
Maurice Barrett brings more than 15 years of human resources experience to the nation's No. 12 art museum.
As of March 12, preparedness was the mindset many industry heads and public health officials were striving to maintain in New Jersey.
Prepare or panic?
How New Jersey restaurants and hospitality are dealing with COVID-19.
NJ sports betting, gambling headed for choppy waters
Though many wagers are placed online or through mobile apps, cancellations and delays of tournaments and entire sporting seasons in efforts to stem the spread of COVID-19 is creating uncertainty for the burgeoning industry.
Proactive prevention: Jersey City sets curfew for bars, nightclubs
Ahead of the Saint Patrick's day weekend, one owner said he expects the cut-off intended to stem the spread of coronavirus to halve his business.