Check out the top news that made headlines this week across the Patch network in New Jersey:
New Jersey's death toll is now 12,589, and 523 new cases and 103 more deaths were announced on Saturday. Here are the areas with new cases, the town-by-town and county-by-county totals and the latest coronavirus and reopening developments in New Jersey.>>>Read more here.
Gov. Phil Murphy got a court order to prevent Asbury Park from defying the state. The city reversed its plan.
Protests continue across the state as nationwide calls for police reform begin to take shape. Here's what's happening in your town.
A New Jersey State Police trooper fatally shot Maurice Gordon during a traffic stop, and his family wonders if race was an issue.
Mayor Paul Kanitra, Gov. Phil Murphy and police addressed how they responded to a "party" at Point Beach, and how tragedy struck afterward.
WATCH: Gov. Murphy will allow bigger gatherings, paving the way for church services, graduations and protests to occur. Here's how.
New Jersey has a long set of rules for outside and inside gatherings, but you may be surprised by what the Murphy administration is now allowing.
John Menna Sr., a former NJ resident, was slain in his home; his sons, John Jr. and Tommy, are left to pick up the pieces of his life.
Zandie Sutton took to social media with her concerns. Then, 548 neighbors, police officers and officials shared their stories and support.
Gov. Phil Murphy says NJ pools can reopen amid the coronavirus. Here's when.