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NJ Human Services Opens Grant Applications to Help Child Care Providers Meet Increased Costs Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

September 29, 2020

Licensed Centers and Registered Family Child Care Providers Open by Oct. 1 Can Apply; Funding Can Be Used for COVID-related expenses such as PPE, Cleaning, Classroom Modifications & Staffing

(TRENTON) – New Jersey Human Services Commissioner Carole Johnson today announced licensed child care centers and registered family child care providers can begin applying for grants to help ...

Need Help Paying Rent?

September 22, 2020

EAST ORANGE, NJ -- The City of East Orange has created a $600,000 fund, with money received from the federal government to alleviate the pressure of tenants struggling to pay rent due to COVID-19 economic hardship. Assisting tenants to pay their rent will help prevent homelessness in the city while also helping landlords who may also be struggling to receive payment.

Eligible households will ...

Sheriff Officers Seize Weapons and Drugs but Not Suspect

September 27, 2020

Essex County - A military-stlye assault rifle, two semi-automatic handguns, a cache of narcotics and cash were seized during two related investigations into narcotics trafficking in Essex and Union counties by a law enforcement task force, comprised of detectives from the Essex County Sheriff's Office and the Bloomfield and Elizabeth police departments.

On Friday, law enforcement officers ...

Dr. Fauci to NJ: "All in This Together; We Will End it Together"

September 26, 2020

NEW JERSEY -- Governor Phil Murphy was joined by Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases, Thursday morning for a live virtual conversation on COVID-19 (coronavirus) in New Jersey. The national expert in infectious disease said that he often points to New Jersey, which was among the first states to be “hit badly as cases ...