Check out the top news that made headlines this week across the Patch network in New Jersey:
hNew Jersey's confirmed death toll is now 14,348 as 957 new cases and four more confirmed deaths were announced on Saturday – the highest daily new-case count in nearly four months. 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.
Anthony J. Timpanaro loved his family, and he was with them when tragedy took place in the surf. Several rescue attempts failed.
Sarah Petty is being called a "hero" for arranging a fire truck to lift a son to the 2nd story of a New Jersey retirement home.
Just hours after he attended a New Jersey fundraiser, President Trump announced that he and his wife tested positive for COVID-19.
Daniel Anderl was killed when a gunman opened fire at the family's North Brunswick home on July 19.
Murphy announced New Jersey is staying open – and may even reopen more – despite having its highest weekly coronavirus case number since June. Here's why.
A Manalapan man was charged with aggravated manslaughter after a fight between motorcycle club members turned deadly.
The NJ residents became ill between Aug. 18-24, and two died. The disease is not spread from person-to-person and the risk remains low.
WATCH: Gov. Murphy released new data that has identified 11 coronavirus outbreaks at NJ schools. Here's where, and what happened.
Video: Firefighters were able to put out the fire before it spread to the trailer full of monkeys in Bridgewater on Thursday.