Check out the top news that made headlines this week across the Patch network in New Jersey:
New Jersey's confirmed death toll is now 14,202 now that 370 new cases and seven more confirmed 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, school and reopening developments in New Jersey.>>>Read more here.
A New Jersey beach has sent its lifeguards home because the coronavirus was diagnosed.
An unexpected spike in cases in a New Jersey town last week was traced back to next-door neighbors who ate a meal together, the mayor said.
WATCH: New Jersey issued a long set of rules for restaurants and customers as indoor dining and movie theaters reopened amid COVID on Friday.
WATCH: Gov. Murphy announced that movie theaters can reopen and he raised the capacity limit on indoor gatherings amid the coronavirus.
New Jersey updated its travel advisory list, expanding the list of visitors who should quarantine.
Bed bugs have emerged as a pesky threat amid the coronavirus crisis, and here's why.
Two wholesalers and 20 NJ retailers engaged in a "scheme" uncovered during a "sweeping" probe, officials said. Here's where.
The School Based Youth Services Program provides support in 90 schools; advocates say its in-school access is critical for kids in crisis.
Jenkinson's has sued Point Pleasant Beach officials, claiming that the town has overstepped its bounds in enforcement issues.