By: Amol Dethe & Ritika MishraGeneral insurance companies witnessed a significant decline in their most sellable product, motor insurance. Also, there was a dip in health insurance renewals and the new business premium in the first quarter. But later, covid-19 also encouraged customers to buy health insurance policies.Insurance companies response during pandemic Insurance companies too […]
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — A New Jersey lawmaker wants to allow betting on college playoff or championship games and hopes to ask voters to amend the state Constitution next year to permit it. If voters approve a referendum that could be on the November 2021 ballot, it would remove a significant part of New […]
“The combination of Labor Day weekend and the return of indoor dining, limited to 25%, afforded us the opportunity in September to continue the momentum created here at Ocean,” she said. “Our guests have enjoyed dining again at their favorite restaurants within our casino resort, and our year-over-year gaming revenue growth of nearly 27% is […]
“We have seen an increasing number of cases linked to small gatherings of people who may even be familiar with each other but no they’re not masking, they’re not washing their hands, they’re not social distancing,” Levine said.
“We are all suffering from pandemic fatigue,” Murphy said. “But this virus has been waiting for us to get lax in our personal responsibility so it could come roaring back. Please, folks, I urge you to get back to that level of vigilance that you showed six months ago.”
Monmouth Park officials did not reply to a request for comment. But in a Dec. 2018 interview, Dennis Drazin, Chairman and CEO of Darby Development, LLC, which operates Monmouth Park, said he was not afraid of the competition, noting that his analysts expected Monmouth to lose a certain amount of business to Freehold once that […]
A statement released by North Arlington Police on their Facebook page said: “On Friday October 2, 2020, at approximately 3:10 pm, the North Arlington Police Department received a report of mail located in a dumpster behind a local business at 19 Schuyler Ave.
TRENTON, N.J. (CBS) — New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy said Thursday the second wave of COVID-19 is “coming in now” as more than 1,400 new coronavirus cases were reported. The state has now reported over 234,000 cases, including 14,539 deaths.
‘It’s Not Going To Be A Dark Winter, It’s Going To Be A Great Winter’: President Trump In Pa. As COVID-19 Cases Surge
“This isn’t a personality contest. That’s the part that I hope that people focus on. Trump’s not inviting any of us to dinner, nor is he coming to any of our dinner parties,” Gumm said. “In terms of his personality—is he rough and tumble? Clearly, he is. He’s a New Yorker. If anybody’s done business […]