Governor Phil Murphy, the New Jersey Office of Emergency Management, the New Jersey Department of Health, and the United Ways of New Jersey announced today that NJ 211 has been activated to help handle COVID-19 related calls from New Jersey residents.
In response to the Covid-19 virus, which requires a public health need for social distancing, including limiting public access to government buildings, the Morris County Board of Freeholders has approved a temporary policy to address the operation of county government.
TRENTON— Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal issued guidance to law enforcement agencies across New Jersey on steps to take to fulfill their duties to protect the public as effectively and safely as possible in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sen. Anthony M. Bucco said state and federal lawmakers must be prepared to act quickly to provide significant assistance to New Jersey families and their employers to address the impact of COVID-19 on society. (CDC)
Once again, residents of the Hopatcong Lake Community are experiencing the huge surge of residents and communities pulling together to handle the Coronavirus partial shutdown, while ensuring all residents are protected, safe and informed.
RANDOLPH, NJ — Business students at County College of Morris (CCM) taking a course in Investment Principles have been learning first-hand how to keep a level head during turbulent times in the stock market.
RANDOLPH, NJ – Operating with substantial caution to protect the health of its students, employees and the greater community from the spread of COVID-19, County College of Morris (CCM) will be closing its campus in conjunction with its Spring Break, which begins Monday, March 16.