12-Year-Old Girl's Idea Saves Chatham, N.J.'s Fourth Of July ParadeThe Fourth of July parade down main street in Chatham, N.J. is a slice of Americana that locals look forward to every year - especially 12-year-old Emma Zapata. 
New Jersey Delays Indoor Dining At Restaurants, NYC May As Well After Spike In COVID-19 Cases Across CountryGov. Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio said they spoke about the spike in cases across the country, and indoor dining was a main area of concern.
New Jersey Shopping Malls Reopen For First Time Since March ShutdownCustomers entered the Westfield Garden State Plaza mall in Paramus for the first time since March 17 wearing masks, CBS2's Nick Caloway reported.
Day Camps Open In New York, Several Challenges Remain In COVID-19 Era: 'We Are Still Trying To Bring That Camp Magic'Camps in New York and beyond are trying to adjust to hosting camp for kids in the era of COVID-19.
New Jersey's Motor Vehicle Commission Inspection Stations Reopen To Long LinesNew Jersey's Motor Vehicle Commission offices started to reopen Monday for vehicle inspections and road tests for licenses. 
Police: East Brunswick Family Drowned Trying To Save 8-Year-Old Girl Who Fell Into PoolAuthorities said 62-year-old Bharat Patel and his 33-year-old daughter-in-law Nisha Patel went into the pool to save Nisha’s 8-year-old daughter.
Pilot Of Single-Engine Cessna Plane Crashes Into Ocean In Surf City, N.J.Beach-goers gathered as the pilot was rescued and brought to shore.
Princeton University To Remove Woodrow Wilson's Name From Campus Building, Citing Former President's 'Racist Views'Princeton University has announced plans to remove the name of former President Woodrow Wilson from its public policy school because of his segregationist views, reversing a decision the Ivy League school made four years ago to retain the name.
Newark Warns Residents To Avoid Areas Prone To FloodingWith thunderstorms in the forecast Saturday, the City of Newark is warning people to avoid streets prone to flooding.
Some Tri-State Area Residents Say They Feel Safe In Crowds Even As Coronavirus Cases Surge In Other StatesGov. Andrew Cuomo said Friday that he is reaching out to states with high infection rates to offer assistance.
Protesters, Counter-Protesters Clash Near Christopher Columbus Statue In Nutley, N.J. After Newark Removes MonumentDuring a confrontation in front of Nutley's Christopher Columbus statue, the situation got so intense police physically separated the two groups with barriers and their bodies.