107-Year-Old N.J. Woman Survives Spanish Flu And COVID-19, Says God And Hot Peppers Keys To Her Incredible LongevityA 107-year-old New Jersey grandmother is now the survivor of two pandemics, after recently recovering from the coronavirus.
Paterson School District Unsure If All Students Will Be Equipped With Laptops In Time For Virtual ClassesThe Paterson school board voted late Wednesday night to change the school district's hybrid learning plan. It will now be completely virtual until at least October.
Black Women's Equal Pay Day Highlights Struggle Black Women Face Earning A LivingAccording to a think tank, the difference between the median yearly earnings is $23,000 in New York, nearly $31,000 in Connecticut, and more than $34,500 in New Jersey.
Ethnic Communities That Often Feel Underserved In Politics Relishing Kamala Harris As Democrats' VP PickSen. Kamala Harris' nomination is igniting hope in communities of color.
Survey: Many Parents Still Fear Taking Children To Doctor's Office; Pediatrician Warns With School Starting Vaccinations A MustCOVID-19 is making many parents hesitant to take their children for their routine wellness visits.
Murphy: N.J. Districts That Can't Meet Safety Standards Will Begin School Year With Remote Learning"Not only will this not be a normal school year, furthermore there is no one-size-fits-all plan to this very difficult situation," the governor said.
New Jersey Gym That Defied Shutdown Order Has License RevokedThe Bellmawr Borough Council voted 5 to 1 on Tuesday night to act against the Atilis Gym.
Hoboken Considers $250 Fine For Citizens Not Wearing Masks Outside: 'I Just Think It's Gonna Be Unenforceable'Masks are already mandated in New Jersey, but one city is taking it a step further, saying if you don't wear one outside where you can't social distance, you could face a fine.
Due To Teacher Shortage And Safety Concerns, Elizabeth, N.J. Public Schools Going Full Remote LearningUnlike the uniformity of New York City, local school districts in New Jersey vary widely in reopening plans.
Outdoor Waiters, Other Workers Swelter In Extreme Heat: 'We Have To Adapt'People are urged to stay cool and take it easy, but for some that isn't an option.
Gov. Murphy Announces $155 Million Plan To Allow Nursing Homes To Reopen To Visitors; Testing Mandatory For Staff And ResidentsFacilities would have to meet "mandatory benchmarks" based on advice from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and state health officials.
Homeowner Charged After Police Break Up Party With Hundreds Of People In Howell, N.J.Social media flyers for the for-profit event featured a bikini-clad woman. The party drew as many as 500 people at one point, police said.
Widespread Salmonella Outbreak Linked To Onions Reaches New JerseyPeople have fallen ill in Connecticut and New York. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says 640 cases have been reported in 43 states.
Big Ten Conference Reportedly Expected To Cancel 2020 Football SeasonResponding to multiple reports on Monday, a Big Ten spokesman said the league has yet to formally vote on the matter.
Perseid Meteor Shower Reaches Its Peak As Of TuesdayKeep your eyes on the sky this week for an all-natural light show.