NJ's Biggest Travel Quarantine Yet / COVID 2nd Wave / 29 Busted

Tom Davis
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Check out the top news that made headlines this week across the Patch network in New Jersey:

NJ Expands COVID-19 Travel Quarantine List To Biggest Ever

The list keeps growing. NJ updated its coronavirus travel advisory, expanding the quarantine list to its biggest ever again. Here's where.>>>Read more here.

Gov. Murphy: NJ's Second Wave Of The Coronavirus Is Here

"We knew we would need to have PPE at the ready and capable of being deployed when the second wave arrived. Well, here we are," Murphy said.

29 Arrested In Violent Gang Bust In NJ: Prosecutor

An investigation into organized crime in the counties has resulted in the arrest of 29. Charges range from dogfighting to attempted murder.

4 Charged In Double Murder At Meadowlands Racetrack

Four Jersey City men were arrested after police say the group shot and killed two others before fleeing in a stolen Audi Sunday night.

NJ Business That Sued Governor Murphy Closing Down

CKO Kickboxing Franklin is going out of business.

Chris Christie Tricked Into Making Video For Montana Democrat

The former New Jersey governor made a Cameo video for Mike Cooney's gubernatorial campaign.

Feds Investigating New Jersey Over Nursing Home COVID-19 Deaths

Federal authorities are investigating the state's handling of the coronavirus at veterans nursing homes following a high number of deaths.

12 Alleged Child Predators Busted In Somerset County Sting

Social media and chat apps were used by the alleged predators to arrange for sex with underage girls and boys, authorities said.

Middletown Man Saves His Father's Life In McDonald's Parking Lot

If Bill Gardell had not started CPR right away in the Hwy. 35 parking lot, paramedics say his father likely would not have survived.

Newark Tackles '2nd Wave' Of COVID-19; New Rules, Business Curfew

Many businesses will be required to close nightly at 8 p.m. The changes will also affect Newark barber shops, nail salons and gyms.

This article originally appeared on the Point Pleasant Patch