Gov. Christie declares state of emergency for winter storm

NJ under state of emergency for storm

NJ under state of emergency for storm

New Jersey is under a state of emergency after a winter storm moved through the area. Gov. Chris Christie declared an emergency last night ahead of the storm and ordered nonessential state workers to stay home today. State offices and courthouses are closed, as will municipal offices in many towns.

Frequently Asked Questions Regarding a State of Emergency in New Jersey


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