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Elsewhere in the Region
- Restaurants want indoor dining, but Murphy isn't budging. [nj1015.com]
- ‘Out of Control' Party at NJ Mansion Under Investigation Over Social Distancing. [nbcphiladelphia.com]
- All teachers must get COVID tests before returning to school, N.J.’s largest school district says. [nj.com]
- NJ recommends $10K daily fines, jail for defiant owners who kicked in the door of their closed gym. [nj.com]
- Remote Learning Gets Mixed Marks in State Survey of Families. [njspotlight.com]
- Restaurants Try to Adapt as Indoor Dining Remains Closed. [njspotlight.com]
- TCNJ updates fall plans: All remote classes — and very little on-campus housing. [www.roi-nj.com]
- Jersey Shore hotel halts food service after employee tests positive for coronavirus. [nj.com]
- 2 Pennsauken industrial parks sold; they include 32 buildings, 1.16M sq. ft. [roi-nj.com]
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- Mount Laurel zoning board mulls Curaleaf's plan for Route 73 medical marijuana dispensary.
- 56,000 have no power in Burlington County; freeholder calls for utility investigation.
- Cherry Hill Dodge proposed expansion: "We cannot live here," says neighbor next to dealer's lot.
- NJ cracks down on large indoor gatherings, non-compliant restaurants.
- Saving tree is part of plan for 600 housing units on 67 acres in Mount Laurel.
- Murphy: Recent COVID infection rates in NJ are "setting off alarms."
- Cherry Hill Dodge expansion plan to be considered by Planning Board on Monday.
- Freeholder director: worrisome increase in Camden County cases of COVID-19.